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Legal changes may bring reprieve for B.C. cannabis entrepreneurs

Legal changes may bring reprieve for B.C. cannabis entrepreneurs

Taxation, THC content and medical authorizations could be focus of regulatory changes.
Rob Shaw: Fence-sitting thrusts BC NDP into no-win scenario as overdose deaths climb

Rob Shaw: Fence-sitting thrusts BC NDP into no-win scenario as overdose deaths climb

Government’s messaging over public drug-use legislation has completely reversed as it attempts to co-opt language of Opposition, writes Rob Shaw
Malahat Nation to build large battery-systems factory

Malahat Nation to build large battery-systems factory

The nation plans to build the 100,000-square-foot facility to build battery energy storage systems at its 52-acre business park on reserve land adjacent to the Trans-Canada Highway
Meta offers Canadian Facebook users $51M to settle lawsuit in 4 provinces

Meta offers Canadian Facebook users $51M to settle lawsuit in 4 provinces

VANCOUVER — A multimillion-dollar settlement proposed by Meta sends a message to other companies about the importance of paying attention to the country's privacy laws, says a lawyer representing Canadians in the class-action lawsuit against the soci
YVR international arrivals yet to return to pre-pandemic levels

YVR international arrivals yet to return to pre-pandemic levels

Overall passenger volume in October and November was above monthly totals in 2019
Metro Vancouver residents in older large strata complexes could face carbon fines after 2028

Metro Vancouver residents in older large strata complexes could face carbon fines after 2028

Metro Vancouver climate committee endorses regulatory proposal that would charge large buildings a $500 administrative fee and $350 for every tonne of carbon pollution they emit beyond a set threshold.
Vancouver’s BBTV goes dark

Vancouver’s BBTV goes dark

Company that pioneered embedded video ads is private again
Chinese company Zijin Mining signs deal to invest $130M in Solaris Resources

Chinese company Zijin Mining signs deal to invest $130M in Solaris Resources

VANCOUVER — A Chinese company has signed a deal to invest $130 million in Solaris Resources Inc. that it plans to use to fund the development of its Warintza copper project in Ecuador. Zijin Mining Group Co. Ltd.
B.C. wine sector seeking rebound after disastrous 2023

B.C. wine sector seeking rebound after disastrous 2023

Deep freeze in 2022 killed vines and damaged buds, causing slashed production.
Nearly two-thirds of Canadians rate economy as bad, says survey

Nearly two-thirds of Canadians rate economy as bad, says survey

Only a third of Canadians trust the Bank of Canada's leader to help the economy.