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Coastal GasLink work ramps up, along with activist blockades

Coastal GasLink work ramps up, along with activist blockades

Fall ramp-up will see 4,758 workers employed on pipeline project in Northern B.C.
B.C. Vaccine Card requirement as only acceptable proof of vaccine starts today

B.C. Vaccine Card requirement as only acceptable proof of vaccine starts today

VICTORIA — Starting today, the only acceptable proof of vaccination in British Columbia to dine at restaurants and attend indoor recreational events is the B.C. Vaccine Card.
Province extends cap on food delivery fees

Province extends cap on food delivery fees

In a bid to maintain a lifeline for the province’s restaurants, the provincial government has extended the cap on fees for food delivery companies such as Skip the Dishes and Door Dash.
Strong port trade helped northern B.C. through pandemic: study

Strong port trade helped northern B.C. through pandemic: study

Prince Rupert moved 32.4 million tonnes of cargo in 2020
Why skyrocketing natural gas prices power B.C.’s LNG prospects

Why skyrocketing natural gas prices power B.C.’s LNG prospects

It’s worth connecting a few dots here
Hootsuite taps new CFO after 19-month search

Hootsuite taps new CFO after 19-month search

Eighty per cent of Hootsuite’s C-suite now based in U.S.
No injuries as fire tears through logs stored at West Fraser mill in Chetwynd

No injuries as fire tears through logs stored at West Fraser mill in Chetwynd

CHETWYND, B.C. — Fire has charred huge piles of logs stored at a northeastern B.C. lumber mill operated by West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.
LNG roof raised in Kitimat

LNG roof raised in Kitimat

Storage tank at LNG Canada now roughly 40% finished
Smart Money: Taking things for granted can cause chaos for your finances

Smart Money: Taking things for granted can cause chaos for your finances

The future is unpredictable
B.C. sees 'improved economic outlook' in province’s first 2021 quarterly finance report

B.C. sees 'improved economic outlook' in province’s first 2021 quarterly finance report

Real GDP growth for the year has been upgraded to 6% from 4.4%