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In split decision, Supreme Court says the federal carbon price is constitutional

In split decision, Supreme Court says the federal carbon price is constitutional

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada says the federal carbon price is entirely constitutional.
Co-Op awarded for oil recycling efforts

Co-Op awarded for oil recycling efforts

Thirty businesses recognized for efforts last year
Coffee shop expansion approved for sport centre

Coffee shop expansion approved for sport centre

Second floor concession still vacant
Audielicious a finalist for small business award

Audielicious a finalist for small business award

In 2013, the chef's life brought Audie Loui Banania to Fort St. John
Chevron Canada to stop funding further feasibility work Kitimat LNG project

Chevron Canada to stop funding further feasibility work Kitimat LNG project

Chevron put its interest up for sale in December 2019, but has failed to find a buyer
B.C. mining innovation road map launched

B.C. mining innovation road map launched

Problems posed by mining drives high-tech sector innovation
Northeast unemployment still lowest in B.C.

Northeast unemployment still lowest in B.C.

B.C. added 26,600 jobs in February, mostly part-time positions
Spark women’s conference set for May

Spark women’s conference set for May

Program sessions will focus on body language and positive emotion skills, adapting to change, and personal and professional well-being
Lighting a virtual Spark

Lighting a virtual Spark

This year’s annual Spark conference in Fort St. John will look very different this year.
New northeast B.C. water research program will gather scientific and indigenous knowledge

New northeast B.C. water research program will gather scientific and indigenous knowledge

A new water research program will gather Western science and Indigenous knowledge data to increase understanding of water quality and water quantity in the Peace region, says Geoscience BC.