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BC Ferries projects now eligible for federal funds

Replacing the Nimpkish on the Bella Coola run and upgrading the Langdale terminal on the Sunshine Coast are top priorities

Premier Christy Clark baits NDP on trade deal

Premier compares NDP's 'Leap Manifesto' to Donald Trump's campaign against free trade in the U.S.

Japan wooed as B.C. LNG customer

Natural Gas Minister Rich Coleman tours Tokyo head offices after Japanese ambassador warns B.C. risks losing world's biggest customer

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          Site C powerhouse contract awarded

          Turbines and generators for Peace River dam to be delivered for $470 million

          Decision time for B.C. carbon tax

          Public comments accepted until April 8, and then Premier Christy Clark has to decide on ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

          Dam expansion done as BC Hydro demand slumps

          Four per cent rate increase expected next year to keep up with big maintenance, construction of Site C on the Peace River

          B.C. presses for LNG approval after delay

          Natural gas minister Rich Coleman says latest delay to Petronas-backed project at Prince Rupert must be 'overcome'

          B.C. LNG projects get new momentum

          Woodfibre LNG wins federal approval, major shift by Las Kwa'laams to support Prince Rupert port with conditions

          Signs of spring for B.C. mining industry

          Gold projects at Barkerville and in the northwest moving ahead, as metal prices and steelmaking demand revive in Asia

          Spruce beetle spreads in B.C. Interior

          Biggest infestations in 30 years identified in Prince George area, spreading with help from recent dry, warm and windy conditions

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          Minister monitoring new college fees

          Fees increasing above 2% cap for colleges and universities must be for new services, Advanced Education Minister Andrew Wilkinson says

          New penalties coming to B.C. mine regulations

          Administrative penalties already exist in forestry and oil and gas industries, prosecution penalties also increasing

          Shell postpones LNG decision to late 2016

          Shell, Mitsubishi, Korea Gas and PetroChina agree to stick with Prince Rupert project despite world-wide oil and gas price slump

          Forest industry waits for Pacific trade deal

          B.C. wood products are shut out of some Asian countries such as Malaysia, Vietnam and Brunei by high import tariffs

          Court okays ban on pharmacy reward points

          Prescriptions blocked from B.C. supermarket loyalty programs

          Help offered to struggling mining industry

          Northwest mineral survey released, Premier Christy Clark promises BC Hydro payment relief for struggling mining industry

          B.C. economy to grow in face of global turmoil

          Credit Union sees three per cent growth for province, while poll finds pessimistic residents hunkering down

          Computer coding to start in Kindergarten

          Programming introduction to begin next September, goal is to make it mandatory says Premier Christy Clark

          Hydro break proposed for struggling mines

          Deferred electricity payments would be repaid with interest, Energy and Mines Minister Bill Bennett says

          Immigration decline slows B.C. population growth

          B.C.'s population reached 4.7 million in October, but the rate of international immigration has dipped below one per cent