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LNG | BCBusiness

B.C. government recalls legislature to debate LNG

Plus, two ways to bring down soaring property prices

Pipelines | Lower Mainland
Comox fishing | BCBusiness

Sink or Swim: an overview of 2015's Top 100

It was a good year for revenues among this year’s Top 100 companies, but tight margins could throttle our ambitions abroad

Economy | Finance & Investing | Lower Mainland

Construction of Site C mega dam could begin in July

Plus, the perils of working at home and robots come to Kelowna

Northern B.C. | Politics & Policy

Petronas gives a (conditional) yes to LNG

Plus, Chip to say goodbye to Lululemon and Christy provokes a yoga kerfuffle

Politics & Policy | Import & Export
Peace Valley B.C. | BCBusiness

Premier Christy Clark makes peace in the Peace

Plus, wheel cooperation on Vancouver city council and unexpected costs for Kinder Morgan's pipeline

Pipelines | Politics & Policy

Mine closures deliver another hit to B.C.'s top export

Plus, B.C. leads the province's in economic growth and a Vancouver airport subsidiary gets to redesign America's most hated airport

Research | Economy

Billion-dollar LNG deal with Lax Kw'alaams band goes south

Plus, Richmond community leaders want English added to Chinese-only signs and Premier Christy Clark rejects a petition

Politics & Policy | Aboriginal Business

As Lax Kw'alaams nears final vote, B.C. touts new LNG agreements

Plus, Stockwell Day on the NDP's Alberta upset, and the City of Vancouver wants a restaurateur

Pipelines | Northern B.C.
Lax Kw’alaams | BCBusiness

The other No vote: First Nation puts salmon ahead of LNG revenue

First Nation puts salmon ahead of LNG revenue



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bcbusiness RT @jcbcp: Highest YES votes Bowen Island 62% UBC 58% Belcarra 52% Vancouver 49% New West 45% North Van (district) 44% West Van 44% #Transi
bcbusiness RT @jcbcp: Highest NO votes: Maple Ridge 77% Pitt Meadows 72% Langley (township) 74% Langley (City) 72% Richmond 72% #TransitReferendum
bcbusiness RT @jcbcp: And in the City of Vancouver: 50.8% voted NO, 49.2% voted YES #TransitReferendum