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The primary difference is that a collateral charge mortgage registers the mortgage for more money than you require at closing
Kinder Morgan says 145 conditions on wildlife, ocean impact, earthquake and other hazards is "rigorous but achievable"
Blame U.S. refineries, low loonie for the persistent pain at the pumps in B.C.
Cross-promotion between alcohol producers expected to be unleashed with latest B.C. liquor policy reform
Northwest mayors hopeful 25-year project agreement means long-term recovery for struggling communities
U.S is requiring seatbelts in new motor coaches starting next year, and the Canadian tour bus industry supports them
B.C. economy grew more than independent forecast, triggering pay increase next year as surplus 10 times forecast
The UBC Dairy Education and Research Centre was nominated for a Dairy Farm Sustainability Award for 2015.
Two-point rate hike would stress 71 per cent of B.C. households in debt: BMO report
National standards adopted after last year's revelations of abuse by employees at a Chilliwack dairy farm
PETRONAS and its Asian partners have endorsed deal to protect them from "discriminarory" tax hikes for 25 years
Red Chris begins full operation, others preparing to start despite low metal prices
Real estate analysts see market growth driven by population gains
British company says it won't buy or plant any more land while it reviews its project with local officials concerned about land loss
Yet another crossover enters the market in 2015, with Mazda's much-anticipated and 'exciting' CX-3.
Coleman confident B.C. will be competitive despite low prices, challenges flagged in natural gas forecast
More than 200 beer types up more than five per cent: NDP
Strawberries started around May 18 for some farms, while first blueberries expected around June 15
Kent Harrison Search and Rescue volunteer writes a book on how to invest in a loud market
Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick says tree planting on fields "flies in the face" of Agricultural Land Reserve protection