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'Going to be very expensive,' minister says about new Taylor Bridge

'Going to be very expensive,' minister says about new Taylor Bridge

Province looking to Ottawa to help fund span as discussions continue
'Blind to women's realities': Uber and Doordash put workers at risk, find B.C. researchers

'Blind to women's realities': Uber and Doordash put workers at risk, find B.C. researchers

Gig-working apps like Uber and Doordash fail to acknowledge the realities of women workers' experiences, thus putting them at personal and financial risk, according to new study.
Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline nears 65% completion

Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline nears 65% completion

Two of eight sections 100% complete, but no pipe laid in section plagued by protests
Canfor, West Fraser report strong first quarters

Canfor, West Fraser report strong first quarters

Near record-high North American lumbers prices help boost bottom lines
Smart Money: Are you looking forward to a big tax refund?

Smart Money: Are you looking forward to a big tax refund?

A tax refund may feel like a windfall, but it is not. It’s the government returning your own money to you.
Anti-trust concerns quash Ritchie Bros' $1.4B acquisition deal

Anti-trust concerns quash Ritchie Bros' $1.4B acquisition deal

B.C. auction giant would have controlled up to 95% of UK market, says watchdog
Peace honey producers plan study on parasitic mites

Peace honey producers plan study on parasitic mites

Beekeeping industry in the B.C. Peace has seen big drop in hive numbers over the last 40 years, and the varroa destructor has been a factor in the decline
Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Number of new cars available to dealerships in the province hits record low
B.C. First Nations getting a boost in forestry revenue

B.C. First Nations getting a boost in forestry revenue

New revenue sharing calculation increases revenue to First Nations by $63 million
B.C. to spend up to $5 million to support tourism events

B.C. to spend up to $5 million to support tourism events

Application process launched today for events that take place after September