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Global ocean conservation conference in B.C. hopes to build on Montreal agreements

Global ocean conservation conference in B.C. hopes to build on Montreal agreements

Federal politicians are expected to make a significant announcement on ocean protection during an international conference in Vancouver on how to take action on promises to protect the marine world made at recent global environment meetings.
Freeland touts opportunities of U.S. Inflation Reduction Act at ministers' meeting

Freeland touts opportunities of U.S. Inflation Reduction Act at ministers' meeting

TORONTO — Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is hosting an in-person meeting today with the provincial and territorial finance ministers in Toronto to discuss issues including the transition to a clean economy, challenges in
Taseko in talks regarding potential deal to up stake in Gibraltar copper mine

Taseko in talks regarding potential deal to up stake in Gibraltar copper mine

VANCOUVER — Taseko Mines Ltd. says it is in talks regarding a potential deal to increase its stake in its Gibraltar copper mine in B.C. The company says it has been in confidential discussions with Sojitz Corp.
Teck completes sale of Fort Hills stake to project partners; exits oilsands

Teck completes sale of Fort Hills stake to project partners; exits oilsands

VANCOUVER — Teck Resources Ltd. says it has completed the sale of its 21.3 per cent stake in the Fort Hills oilsands mine to Suncor Energy Inc. and TotalEnergies EP Canada Ltd.
Big spending by winners, losers in Metro Vancouver's 2022 municipal elections

Big spending by winners, losers in Metro Vancouver's 2022 municipal elections

Just who spent what during the last B.C. municipal elections?
First all-battery bus line launches in Metro Vancouver

First all-battery bus line launches in Metro Vancouver

TransLink says Vancouver's Route 100 on Marine Drive will have 19 battery-powered buses supported by two five-minute charging stations by 2024.
January home sales down 55% from year earlier, 21% from Dec: Vancouver board

January home sales down 55% from year earlier, 21% from Dec: Vancouver board

VANCOUVER — The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says January home sales were more than halved from the year before and down 21 per cent from December.
GVBOT workforce report targets B.C.'s labour market challenges

GVBOT workforce report targets B.C.'s labour market challenges

Greater Vancouver Board of Trade rolls out road map to address B.C.’s rapidly rising skills deficit and labour shortage
DesRosiers says January auto sales up 7.5 per cent from a year earlier

DesRosiers says January auto sales up 7.5 per cent from a year earlier

TORONTO — DesRosiers Automotive Consultants Inc. (DAC) says light vehicle sales in Canada in January were up 7.5 per cent compared with the first month of 2022.
Over 1,000 B.C. family doctors have signed up for the new payment model, says minister

Over 1,000 B.C. family doctors have signed up for the new payment model, says minister

The new payment model was announced last October.