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Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick says climate change may benefit B.C. agriculture, but more irrigation is a priority
Justin Trudeau declared climate hero for showing up, best case greenhouse gas scenario is a tiny temperature reduction by 2100
With Japan slipping back into recession and sales down in China, B.C. forest companies push for more wood construction
NDP leader John Horgan's energy plan appears to depend on savings from cancelling Peace dam construction, already underway
If you’re arguing that hydroelectricity isn’t renewable power, you’ve already lost.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley unveils tax on consumer fuels, cap and trade system for industry, allows oil sands to grow
Premier Christy Clark is joining Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and a large delegation in Paris for the next UN climate conference
Economic growth exceeds forecast, triggers extra pay for 300,000 teachers, health care and social services staff in February
We will soon learn what leaders have in mind for Canada’s renewed effort to influence climate change.
Premiers, federal cabinet to be briefed before going to UN climate summit in Paris with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
They don’t get much respect from an urban public informed by celebrity protesters such as Pamela Anderson, Miley Cyrus and Ricky Gervais.
H2N2 influenza cases already showing up around B.C., strains of influenza B expected to show up by February
Health ministry contractor firings case illustrates lack of paper trails in Premier Christy Clark's government
Legal battle brings provincial judges' salaries to more than $236,000, an increase of about 50 per cent since 2003
As Sikhs' ship turned away from Vancouver in 1914, another left to fight alongside Canada in World War I
Surrey getting ninth MLA, Richmond adds another as rural seats preserved, legislature will soon have 87 seats
Media narrative of serial killers on Highway 16 insists more bus service and a national enquiry would solve deep-seated social problems
Licence for off-road vehicles including dirt bikes and snowmobiles costs $48, penalties for reckless use also going up
Not participating in the Trans-Pacific Partnership is unthinkable for B.C., and even with it, our dependence on an indifferent U.S. remains
B.C.’s Asia trade will benefit from the Trans-Pacific Partnership according to business and provincial government officials.