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Companies from China, India and Japan join global investors checking out gas export potential of North Coast
Biggest trade mission yet to China, Japan and Korea leaves as new warning issued about environmental impact on Kitimat area
Most property markets in southwest B.C. are down slightly from a year ago, while stock markets are up 10 to 30 per cent
A company known mostly for wind projects is reviving a proposal to connect the Vancouver Island and Washington electricity grids
Interior Salish artist Andrew Dexel awarded $20,000 prize
Quesnel, Houston mills to shut next year as owners trade timber cutting rights to keep competing mills going
Market strategy in China and Japan involves promotion of more advanced wood frame technology
What do you look for in a vehicle? Style, performance, safety, or savings? Don't worry... we'll help you out.
Insights West finds B.C. customers don't see federal government or telcos are their champion
Ottawa's new Canada Job Grant would leave lower-skilled workers and many small businesses behind, provincial employment ministers agree
Cost of film tax credits nearing $400m per year, Finance Minister Mike de Jong says
The long-awaited IPO has come to fruition, the social media company announced on Thursday via – you guessed it – its own Twitter account.
Construction unions accept olive branch from Clark over their role in skills training and apprenticeships
Greater Vancouver saw a 52.5% jump in sales in August, 2013, compared to one year earlier. Toronto rose 21%.
Yukon News changed hands as of Sept. 1, 2013. Black Press hopes to improve the paper's presentation, without implementing any major changes.
U.S. firm says it won't be Canada's fourth major wireless carrier
BC Hydro has cancelled or deferred four electricity purchase contracts with independent power producers, and the total may reach 20
Real estate market uptick suggests end to recent cooling phase, says RBC Economics
More crude oil tankers also loaded in Burnaby in first six months of 2013
Latest policy reform idea from province rankles private store owners