/ Sustainability


Essential bike gear for the morning commute

How to bike to work and get there in style


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?

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

Tech & Science

Is the B.C. government is learning to love Uber?

Plus, a Chris Boyce joins Pacific Content and good news for Teck

Liquid Assets

Natural Resources

The concerns over B.C.'s new Water Sustainability Act

How the province's new water legislation might be creating more problems than it solves

Joe Moser | BCBusiness


Why two twenty-somethings left the Lower Mainland for the North

An engineer and his journalist partner give up the suburban life for a whole new way of living in Fort St. John—number one again on our list of B.C.’s Best Cities for Work


Poll: Should Christy Clark raise the carbon tax?

Is B.C. doing enough to combat climate change? The government says yes, citing the carbon tax. But critics say that while B.C. was ahead of its time in 2007, it's now falling behind. What do you think?  

Evergreen Line | BCBusiness

Manufacturing & Transport

Evergreen Line contractor will face penalties for late completion

Plus, what's next for B.C.'s carbon tax and aid for refugees in Greece

The Daily

B.C. to sign whopping $1.5 billion Site C contract

Plus, flexible taxis in Vancouver and reduced carbon expectations


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