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U.K. company looking to build hydrogen plant in B.C.

U.K. company looking to build hydrogen plant in B.C.

Proposed demonstration plant to make hydrogen from water and renewable power
Changes to Wildlife Act coming

Changes to Wildlife Act coming

New rules go into effect April 1
Steve Wallace: Enhanced test a new road for seniors

Steve Wallace: Enhanced test a new road for seniors

Burnaby anti-pipeline protests indicate a 'crisis' in B.C.: Horgan

Burnaby anti-pipeline protests indicate a 'crisis' in B.C.: Horgan

“There is a crisis emerging in B.C. It’s going to be a long summer, I suspect”
Senate bill would nullify provincial, local laws on pipeline

Senate bill would nullify provincial, local laws on pipeline

Act would effectively expropriate everything in Trans Mountain pipeline corridor
Opinion: B.C. NDP completely changes stance on LNG

Opinion: B.C. NDP completely changes stance on LNG

The NDP government is pitching the idea of 10,000 construction jobs and almost 1,000 permanent jobs, thanks to LNG
Opinion: Peek backstage at B.C.’s drama

Opinion: Peek backstage at B.C.’s drama

New book shares behind-the-scenes info
Expect more rentals on the market once speculation tax hits: LandlordBC

Expect more rentals on the market once speculation tax hits: LandlordBC

Homeowners facing the speculation tax can avoid it by renting their property for at least six months
French teacher crunch has B.C. recruiting internationally

French teacher crunch has B.C. recruiting internationally

10% of the public school population in B.C. is enrolled in a French immersion program.
B.C. wineries soaking in sales after Alberta wine ban backfires

B.C. wineries soaking in sales after Alberta wine ban backfires

Moratorium sparked a buying spree among Alberta wine aficionados who feared running out of their favourite bottles