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Most COVID-19 fines unpaid in B.C., but 'they will be paid,' says minister

Most COVID-19 fines unpaid in B.C., but 'they will be paid,' says minister

VICTORIA — British Columbia's public safety minister says a significant number of people who received tickets for allegedly violating COVID-19 measures are disputing them but those who want to drive their vehicle may have to pay up.
Horgan government rapidly inflating government spending, payroll

Horgan government rapidly inflating government spending, payroll

BC NDP forecasts 93% increase in debt, adds 10,000 full-time equivalent public service jobs.
Canfor plans to sell forest tenure in Mackenzie region of B.C. to two First Nations

Canfor plans to sell forest tenure in Mackenzie region of B.C. to two First Nations

VANCOUVER — Canfor Corp. has signed a letter of intent to sell its forest tenure in the Mackenzie region of British Columbia to two First Nations.
Brace for gas price shock at pumps

Brace for gas price shock at pumps

War in Ukraine is roiling oil and gas markets
The planet is facing a 'global wildfire crisis,' warns United Nations

The planet is facing a 'global wildfire crisis,' warns United Nations

By 2090, wildfires are expected to increase in intensity by up to 57 per cent because of human-caused planetary warming, a landmark United Nations report has found. Could Canada's Indigenous people offer a solution?
B.C. woman sues international multi-level marketing company over recalled meal replacement products

B.C. woman sues international multi-level marketing company over recalled meal replacement products

Health Canada issued several recalls for 25 Isagenix products, including a number of shakes and bar
B.C. emission reduction targets ‘based on a fantasy,’ say energy experts

B.C. emission reduction targets ‘based on a fantasy,’ say energy experts

As British Columbia looks to decarbonize, electricity demand is expected to soar, and experts warn of an energy crunch
Former B.C. mining executives fined $400,000, barred from stock promoting

Former B.C. mining executives fined $400,000, barred from stock promoting

Zahir “Zip” Dhanani and Robert Naso, former company officers of B.C.-registered Arian Resources misled investors, a B.C. Securities Commission panel ruled
B.C. maintains high credit score post budget

B.C. maintains high credit score post budget

DBRS Morningstar notes B.C.’s strong economic performance and budgeting ‘prudence’
Teck Resources reports nearly $1.49B Q4 profit compared with loss a year ago

Teck Resources reports nearly $1.49B Q4 profit compared with loss a year ago

VANCOUVER — Teck Resources Ltd. reported a fourth-quarter profit attributable to shareholders of nearly $1.49 billion compared with a loss of $464 million a year earlier, helped by strong commodity prices. The miner says the profit amounted to $2.
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