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‘Concerns remain’ over tweaked B.C. speculation tax

‘Concerns remain’ over tweaked B.C. speculation tax

Industry groups weigh in
B.C. scales back speculation tax, cuts rate for locals

B.C. scales back speculation tax, cuts rate for locals

B.C. residents will now only have to pay 0.5 per cent a year on second homes valued at $400,000 or above
B.C. Liberals shuffle their shadow cabinet

B.C. Liberals shuffle their shadow cabinet

Michael Lee, Mike Bernier, Linda Larson, Joan Isaacs and Norm Letnick given new roles
Opinion: Pipeline won’t keep gasoline prices down; there’s no supply shortage

Opinion: Pipeline won’t keep gasoline prices down; there’s no supply shortage

'If prices were driven by competitive forces, pump prices would be far lower'
Looks like B.C. may be heading towards a tax revolt

Looks like B.C. may be heading towards a tax revolt

Bowing to business pressure would mean the government scraps the MSP promise or blows a $1.85 billion hole in its budget
B.C. isn't helping municipalities on 'frontlines' of climate change fight: watchdog

B.C. isn't helping municipalities on 'frontlines' of climate change fight: watchdog

The damning report was especially critical of the limited monitoring and reporting of progress on climate change goals across a number of ministries.
The latest beer fad: glitter (yes, you read that right)

The latest beer fad: glitter (yes, you read that right)

Few things annoy me more than needless gimmicks used to tart up substandard beer.
Canadian clean-tech firm claims its oil ‘magnet’ is best at spill response

Canadian clean-tech firm claims its oil ‘magnet’ is best at spill response

The product attracts hydrocarbons, acting more like a magnet than a sponge
Will having lodgers be a solution to our affordability crisis?

Will having lodgers be a solution to our affordability crisis?

Empty Nests aims to connect seniors, rattling around in houses too big for them, with young renters who need cheap accommodation.
Can orcas communicate above the din of human activity?

Can orcas communicate above the din of human activity?

Sound could also affect the behaviour and physiology of the chinook salmon that orcas eat.