Skip to content

Local Business

Tamaska LNG plant in Fort Nelson now in operation

Tamaska LNG plant in Fort Nelson now in operation

Plant key to the energy supply in Northern Canada
Trans Mountain expansion in peak construction

Trans Mountain expansion in peak construction

Twinning project one-quarter built, more than half of capital budget spent
Pay it forward campaign benefits Fort St. John causes

Pay it forward campaign benefits Fort St. John causes

Each month, Resolve Energy has been donating $1,500 to a local cause, charity, or non-profit
Peace Region Pest Update - seasonal canola scouting

Peace Region Pest Update - seasonal canola scouting

Canola is in the air. Well, on the ground.
Energy regulator orders Trans Mountain to stop tree clearing work on project

Energy regulator orders Trans Mountain to stop tree clearing work on project

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — An order stopping tree cutting and grass mowing across the entire Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project was issued Thursday by the Canada Energy Regulator, the agency that enforces safety and environmental guidelines for pipeline projects across Canada.
Does Canada need another pipeline, feds ask days after Biden cancels Keystone XL

Does Canada need another pipeline, feds ask days after Biden cancels Keystone XL

OTTAWA — Federal officials were asking themselves how many pipelines does Canada really need in the days after U.S. President Joe Biden cancelled Keystone XL.
Northeast B.C. unemployment reported at 4.5%

Northeast B.C. unemployment reported at 4.5%

B.C. economy lost 23,200 part-time jobs in May, but added 21,300 full-time jobs
B.C.’s key export commodities are booming

B.C.’s key export commodities are booming

Record-breaking commodity prices good for provincial economy, bad for consumers
B.C. forestry modernization plan calls for big boost in Indigenous participation

B.C. forestry modernization plan calls for big boost in Indigenous participation

Province unveils new strategy amid strains on supply, soaring lumber prices
Pembina Pipeline signs deal to buy Inter Pipeline for $8.3B in stock

Pembina Pipeline signs deal to buy Inter Pipeline for $8.3B in stock

CALGARY — Pembina Pipeline Corp. has signed a deal to buy Inter Pipeline Ltd. for $8.3 billion in stock. Under the deal, Inter Pipeline shareholders will receive half a Pembina share for each share of Inter Pipeline that they own.