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Vaccine mandates for health-care workers reasonable and constitutional, B.C. judge rules

Vaccine mandates for health-care workers reasonable and constitutional, B.C. judge rules

Religious and personal beliefs about vaccines do not entitle you to work in a health-care setting with vulnerable patients whilst unvaccinated, a B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled.
B.C. retailers up cybersecurity defences to avoid attacks

B.C. retailers up cybersecurity defences to avoid attacks

Recent disruptive cyberattack on London Drugs is a warning for executives in the sector.
Ottawa should address AI's impact on workers' rights, privacy: parliamentary report

Ottawa should address AI's impact on workers' rights, privacy: parliamentary report

OTTAWA — Artificial intelligence will have an impact on the Canadian labour force, a parliamentary committee recently heard, and MPs are suggesting ways the federal government can better prepare.
B.C., Ottawa put up nearly $254M to expand heat pump rebates

B.C., Ottawa put up nearly $254M to expand heat pump rebates

VICTORIA — The B.C. and federal governments have set aside nearly $254 million to expand rebates to convert home heating and cooling systems to more climate-friendly options with a focus on low- and middle-income households.
Canadian banks directed over US$100 billion to oil and gas last year: report

Canadian banks directed over US$100 billion to oil and gas last year: report

TORONTO — Canadian banks provided almost US$104 billion in fossil fuel funding last year despite the urgent need to reduce emissions, says the latest annual Banking on Climate Chaos report.
Rob Shaw: Public deserves answers after B.C. government cyberattack

Rob Shaw: Public deserves answers after B.C. government cyberattack

Potential for foreign interference in upcoming election a growing concern as province remains tight-lipped
No refund for travellers who cancelled flight already scrapped by airline: regulator

No refund for travellers who cancelled flight already scrapped by airline: regulator

Four years on, the controversy over whether airlines owed refunds to passengers after cancelling hundreds of thousands of flights during the pandemic continues to simmer, aggravated by a sluggish, opaque complaints process.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Economic data The picture of how the economy fared in March will become a little clearer this week with a pair of reports from Statistics Canada.
BC Ferries plans long-term repair contracts with two North Van shipyards

BC Ferries plans long-term repair contracts with two North Van shipyards

Seaspan and Allied shipyards in North Vancouver will both get ferry refit work
Government policies to blame for mill closures, say oppostion MLAs

Government policies to blame for mill closures, say oppostion MLAs

"When you’ve got a government that’s outright hostile to the forest sector, this is what happens,” - Nechako Lakes MLA John Rustad