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As medical marijuana matures, talent follows

A medical marijuana producer hires a new CEO and Nordstrom plans on hiring one thousand

Research | Opinion

Stephen Harper announces major LNG tax break

LNG investors get a break, Goldcorp needs one, and a video game star reemerges

Surrey | Economy
Wood Innovation and Design Centre | BCBusiness

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

Come home, come home, come home, says Christy Clark

The #BCBiz Daily: Christy Clark calls workers West, and the perks (and pains) of life off the grid.

Opinion | Politics & Policy

Will mining turn around in 2015?

B.C.’s mining industry looks to rebuild in 2015, after three tough years

Northern B.C. | Economy
Mount Polley | BCBusiness

How B.C. mining continues to feel the impact of Mount Polley

The tailings spill cast a pall over B.C.'s mining industry. Is 2015 the year things turn around?

Northern B.C. | Sustainability
The Borden Gold project | BCBusiness

Goldcorp to buy Probe Mines for $526M, gain lucrative Ontario gold mine

The #BCBiz Daily: Need-to-know news and insight for Tuesday, Jan. 20.

Mergers & Acquisitions | Lower Mainland
Burnaby | BCBusiness

Current Trans Mountain plan not in Burnaby's best interest: BBOT

The #BCBiz Daily: Need-to-know news and insight for Thursday, Jan. 15.

Research | Politics & Policy

B.C. government greenlights Site C dam

$8.7-billion mega dam gets the go ahead from the provincial government

Research | Northern B.C.

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