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Opinion: NDP community benefits agreements create policy conflict for Eby

Opinion: NDP community benefits agreements create policy conflict for Eby

The messy dispute surrounding Indigenous participation in a new hospital project in Duncan provides a cautionary tale for Premier David Eby about the need to overhaul some of the archaic policies of his predecessor before they blow up in his face.
B.C. Premier David Eby 'looking forward to visiting China' but has no timeline

B.C. Premier David Eby 'looking forward to visiting China' but has no timeline

International affairs expert Margaret McCuaig-Johnston says premier's message on trade with China in Chinese-language media requires "damage control."
Lawsuit of the Week: Arc’teryx accuses Adidas of trademark infringement

Lawsuit of the Week: Arc’teryx accuses Adidas of trademark infringement

Vancouver company concerned about logos, retail location
Analysis: Telus now on Whitecaps jerseys, but telecom denies stadium sign is next

Analysis: Telus now on Whitecaps jerseys, but telecom denies stadium sign is next

Telus is on Vancouver Whitecaps jerseys through 2027, taking the place of original sponsor Bell. But don’t expect a Telus sign to replace the marquee on BC Place Stadium.
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: Markets closed The Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange, TSX Alpha Exchange and Montreal Exchange will be closed on Monday for Ontario's Family Day holiday.
Top business stories of the week (Feb. 13-17)

Top business stories of the week (Feb. 13-17)

Find more business stories from across B.C. and Western Canada here on the Glacier Business Wire Transportation: The Good, the Bad and the Pricey Rising inflation, down-bound market demand reducing West Coast port congestion Air Canada ranked No.
Murray reaffirms shut-down of Discovery Islands fish farms

Murray reaffirms shut-down of Discovery Islands fish farms

Fisheries minister forced to revisit decision, but decision now stands
High gas prices may have curbed downward inflation trend in January: economists

High gas prices may have curbed downward inflation trend in January: economists

OTTAWA — Canada's annual inflation rate has been slowing since the summer, but economists are predicting that higher fuel prices in January may have hindered that trend.
Telecoms extend deadline to close Rogers-Shaw deal to March 31

Telecoms extend deadline to close Rogers-Shaw deal to March 31

The companies involved in Rogers Communications Inc.'s $26-billion deal to buy telecommunications rival Shaw Communications Inc. have extended their deadline to complete the transaction. Rogers, Shaw, the Shaw Family Living Trust and Quebecor Inc.
Opinion: NDP planning massive $1B mental health and addictions investment

Opinion: NDP planning massive $1B mental health and addictions investment

B.C.’s New Democrat government is preparing to announce a major investment in mental health and addictions treatment, including stealing a few ideas from a rival plan by the Opposition BC Liberals.
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