Business

B.C. forest industry looks to a high-technology future

Restructuring similar to Europe 15 years ago, executive says

B.C. communities urged to improve access for disabled people

One in four B.C. residents has disability, most want to work

U.S. postal treaty exit would hurt Canadian e-commerce businesses

U.S. threaten to exit Universal Postal Union in October unless more balanced shipping fees reached

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Kenney responds to injunction on turn-off taps legislation

Canadian Real Estate Association raises 2019 forecast as August home sales up

Sales were up five per cent, compared with the same month last year

Energy prices spike after Saudi oil attack as U.S. blames Iran

Weekend attack stopped production of 5.7 million barrels of crude oil a day

B.C. company gets licence to test psychedelic drugs for therapy treatment

Salvation Botanicals interested in manufacturing, testing and research and development

Canada Post has unfair advantage in distributing flyers: news group

Crown corporation argues newspapers, private operators deliver majority of flyers in Canada

Another $5 jump in airport fee to fly out of B.C. at YVR

Airlines will start charging the new rate on Dec. 12 for travel Jan. 1, 2020 onward

B.C. still losing money on legalized marijuana sales

Talks with municipalities continue on revenue sharing

Teal-Jones shuts down remaining B.C. coast logging operations

Layoffs affect forest harvest in Fraser Valley, Vancouver Island

Slow home sales cool B.C. government revenues this year

Finance Minister Carole James releases first 2019 results

Anti-diversity op-ed should never have run in Vancouver Sun, prof says

Newspaper apologizes after printing Mark Hecht’s column on how more diversity means less social trust

Ride-hailing service Kater seeks southern B.C. licences by the winter

CEO says it hopes operations in the rest of B.C. will be up and running in 2020

Canadian flyers scramble after strike forces British Airways cancellations

About 3,500 passengers on more than a dozen Canada-to-London flights are expected to be affected

B.C. greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase

Petroleum, road transport improved efficiency in 2017

Indigenous rights plan sparks concern in B.C. communities

Local governments left out of talks on caribou protection

Coal markets remain volatile; demand for thermal declines, metallurgical remains strong

According to Teck, demand for seaborne steel making coal was strong through the second quarter

  • Sep 9, 2019

Ottawa’s response to ‘gig economy’ hindered by unreliable data, documents say

Documents show feds were unsure of existing data on number of Canadians earn livings online

Golf carts exempted from new B.C. seat belt regulation

WorkSafeBC review looks at mowers, braking standards