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Fort St. John Advent calendars raise $8,050 for firefighters charity

Fort St. John Advent calendars raise $8,050 for firefighters charity

The Fort St. John Firefighters Charitable Society received an $8,050 donation Tuesday thanks to the proceeds of this year's Advent calendar fundraiser.
Old-growth deferrals, tenure changes will devastate an already ailing industry, critics say

Old-growth deferrals, tenure changes will devastate an already ailing industry, critics say

Horgan government shuts down debate on two bills that could dramatically redraw B.C.'s forestry landscape
How will five days of employer-paid sick leave affect your business?

How will five days of employer-paid sick leave affect your business?

The BC Chamber of Commerce is looking to gauge the impact of permanent paid sick leave on businesses in the province, and has launched a survey to collect input.
WorkSafeBC fines Precision Drilling nearly $207,000

WorkSafeBC fines Precision Drilling nearly $207,000

WorkSafeBC fined Precision Drilling $206,892 on Nov. 18 for what it called "repeated violations" at its Seven Mile Corner worksite after a worker injured himself.
Forestry sector hit hard by fallout from November floods

Forestry sector hit hard by fallout from November floods

Inability to move products forcing mills in the province to suspend operations
Peace Region nonprofits split $44K in holiday donations

Peace Region nonprofits split $44K in holiday donations

Funding from Peace River Hydro Partners comes from site-wide recycling, from cans to construction materials
UNBC expands MBA program to Grande Prairie

UNBC expands MBA program to Grande Prairie

Grande Prairie Regional College will host the new UNBC MBA cohort
Northern B.C. gold mine restart gets green light

Northern B.C. gold mine restart gets green light

Mine near Stewart expected to pour first gold in early 2023
Oil and Gas Commission COO Ken Paulson retiring this week

Oil and Gas Commission COO Ken Paulson retiring this week

Paulson retires Dec. 10 after joining OGC in 2009
Site C workforce dips to 4,633 heading into winter

Site C workforce dips to 4,633 heading into winter

1,421 workers in camp as of Monday