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What are cannabis business boom costs?

What are cannabis business boom costs?

The promise of a new multibillion-dollar industry in Canada has thus far occupied much of the cannabis legalization limelight.
British Columbia’s forest sector diversifying to survive

British Columbia’s forest sector diversifying to survive

Sophisticated new technology and rising demand for softwood lumber are changing the role of the traditional forester in B.C. Forestry has been a regulated practice in the province since 1947.
B.C. to forbid snack sales in cannabis retail stores

B.C. to forbid snack sales in cannabis retail stores

As the smoke clears on how the B.C. government intends to regulate retail cannabis sales, some stipulations stand out that have retailers scratching their heads. Most key planks in the B.C.
B.C. Residential Tenancy Act changes give more rights to tenants

B.C. Residential Tenancy Act changes give more rights to tenants

The B.C. government on May 17 amended the Residential Tenancy Act to require landlords to give tenants four months’ notice to end a tenancy in order to demolish, renovate or repair the dwelling.
LNG Canada construction to start this year in Kitimat, CEO says

LNG Canada construction to start this year in Kitimat, CEO says

Construction will start this year in Kitimat on the largest energy infrastructure ever built in this country, the CEO of LNG Canada confirmed last week at the annual Canada Gas and LNG Conference.
Bid to restore interprovincial solidarity reveals major business confidence concerns

Bid to restore interprovincial solidarity reveals major business confidence concerns

May 17’s Federation Flight carried 100 B.C. business, labour and Indigenous leaders to Edmonton with an impassioned message.
World Health Organization wants trans fats out of global food supply

World Health Organization wants trans fats out of global food supply

The World Health Organization (WHO) wants the food industry to eliminate industrially produced trans fats from the global food supply.
B.C. inflation rate outpaces the rest of Canada

B.C. inflation rate outpaces the rest of Canada

Consumer prices in B.C. ticked upward 0.2% between March and April, reaching 2.7% as the province’s inflation rate outpaced the rest of the nation, according to Statistics Canada.
Energy, mining boost B.C.’s goods exports

Energy, mining boost B.C.’s goods exports

B.C. export momentum improved in March.
One hundred B.C. business leaders on their way to meet Alberta Premier Rachel Notley

One hundred B.C. business leaders on their way to meet Alberta Premier Rachel Notley

One hundred B.C. business, labour, chambers of commerce and Indigenous leaders have touched down in Edmonton after a smooth Federation Flight from YVR.