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Manufacturing & Transport

B.C. moves ahead with study on bridge to the Sunshine Coast

Plus, UBC sticks with fossil fuel investments and B.C. man builds the world's fastest motorized log

Industries

Corporate Vancouver still lags behind Toronto and Calgary

Plus, B.C. and Alaska agree to protect rivers and Mayors vie for federal infrastructure cash

Natural Resources

Great Bear agreement closes final chapter in the War in the Woods

Plus, more tourists from France, and British Columbians are less happy than francophones

Opinion

Poll: Should B.C. be known for its resources or its resourcefulness?

Does it matter whether B.C. describes itself as a resource-based economy or not?

Marketing & Media

Nanaimo is the latest town of many to lose a community paper

Plus, federal infrastructure funds may benefit B.C. ferries and Surrey says all bridges should be tolled

John Hart Generating Station

Natural Resources

How Site C is the ultimate test of BC Hydro's influence

BC Hydro ranks No. 1 in our survey of B.C.’s most influential brands and remains one of the province’s most loved brands. The controversial Site C dam, however, represents one of the biggest tests of that influence in over 50 years of operation

Natural Resources

War of words over B.C. LNG heats up

Plus, it's no go for a bridge to Gabriola Island and scooters to share may hit the road

Opinion

Why facts don't change minds

The secret to successful risk communications

People

26th Annual Vancouver Symphony Ball 2016

26th Annual Vancouver Symphony Ball raises over $750,000 with a sold-out crowd of more than 500 guests.

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