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Natural Resources

Falling price of coal hits B.C. miners hard

Plus, Gregor's duplex goes on the market and a plan to keep the coal off Texada Island

Politics & Policy | Economy | Import & Export
Wood Innovation and Design Centre | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

Can B.C. lead the world in building tall wood towers?

B.C. is among a handful of regions developing taller wood towers. Can forestry's new specialty grow into a major export?

Northern B.C. | Sustainability | Import & Export
Burnaby Mountain Park | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

Kinder Morgan protest enters new phase

Tensions increased today when Burnaby RCMP continued to enforce a court injunction at the Kinder Morgan site 

Economy | Import & Export | Lower Mainland
B.C. and Alberta | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

Alberta needs B.C. to get its oil to Asia, but does B.C. need Alberta?

Alberta needs B.C. to get its oil to Asian markets, but B.C. doesn’t really need Alberta for much of anything. Or does it? Evaluating the politics of pipelines, and the often fraught relationship between Western Canada’s powerhouse provinces

Pipelines | Import & Export
Ravi Saligram | BCBusiness

Manufacturing & Transport

New CEO Ravi Saligram's big plans for Ritchie Bros.

The new CEO of Ritchie Bros. has worked at a variety of multinational firms in six countries. Now he hopes to take the Burnaby-based auction giant to the next level.

Import & Export | Lower Mainland
Port of Tacoma | BCBusiness

Manufacturing & Transport

Vancouver's port faces new, larger American rival

The ports of Seattle and Tacoma have agreed to merge, but the consequences for Vancouver's port are yet unclear, says spokesman  

Mergers & Acquisitions | Import & Export
Tommy Yuan_David Watt | BCBusiness

Your Business

How to bring your business global

International business experts reveal the biggest reasons why B.C. companies aren't venturing into foreign markets

Finance & Investing | Import & Export
Canada Post | BCBusiness

Retail

Why Canada lags in e-commerce, and how we can catch up

Canada lags behind its competitors in the online retail world. How can we—and why should we—play catch-up?

Research | Import & Export

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