/ Natural Resources

NEB approves Trans Mountain pipeline expansion—with conditions

Business groups are in favour. Environmentalists, not so much

Anthony von Mandl

How climate change is helping one Okanagan vintner create the perfect Chardonnay

With CheckMate Artisanal Winery, Anthony von Mandl is betting that climate change will help make the Okanagan–and his vineyards–the best in the world

No rebound in sight for B.C. mining sector

Copper hit particularly hard in 2015 as five-year slide continues

B.C.’s mines regulator failing at its job, says auditor general

A report from the office of Carol Bellringer recommends creating a regulator independent from the ministry

Oil and gas workers are Canada's happiest employees—when they can find work

Despite the bleak outlook in their industries, energy and mining workers report high levels of job satisfaction

Climate Change

How the new federal government is helping B.C. regain its green reputation

B.C. used to be a leader in climate-change policy, but in recent years protecting the environment has taken a back seat to resource development. Can a popular new prime minister spur the province to rebuild its green cred? 

I'm Right and You're an Idiot

Business events and books to check out in May

Things to do and read this month to nourish the corporate mind and soul

Two in three in Vancouver approve of dispensaries

Acceptance of dispensaries high, but not universal, as city prepares to shut dozens down

Otto Folprecht | CEO of Vodis

Pot producers get creative as feds mull reforms

Over two dozen licensed producers built business plans upon new legislation governing medical marijuana. All that’s now up in the air 


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