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B.C. cannabis industry calls for government action

B.C. cannabis industry calls for government action

Industry urges government to implement Cannabis Act final report recommendations
Rob Shaw: Viral TikTok video sparks investigation into B.C.'s clean energy grants

Rob Shaw: Viral TikTok video sparks investigation into B.C.'s clean energy grants

B.C. energy minister faces backlash, orders audit in wake of clean energy grant scandal
Extreme weather events temper predictions B.C.'s wine region could grow as climate warms

Extreme weather events temper predictions B.C.'s wine region could grow as climate warms

Study says B.C. among regions positioned to benefit, but extreme weather events remain a threat.
Half of British Columbians are afraid of crime in their community, says poll

Half of British Columbians are afraid of crime in their community, says poll

Canadians blame addiction, gangs and courts for criminal activity.
Be mindful of what you post on social media after a layoff, experts say

Be mindful of what you post on social media after a layoff, experts say

You’ve been invited to a meeting with your boss and a human resources representative. It comes at a time of uncertainty in your workplace. The writing is on the wall — you’re about to be laid off.
Mask mandate in hospitals dropped as vaccine booster program ramps up

Mask mandate in hospitals dropped as vaccine booster program ramps up

The goal of the spring booster campaign is to strengthen waning protection for the most vulnerable
Debt burden in B.C. felt more than across Canada, survey shows

Debt burden in B.C. felt more than across Canada, survey shows

Bank of Canada set to hold interest rate policy meeting on April 10 as more British Columbians report feeling greater pinch in their wallets.
B.C. cannabis industry eyes newly opened German market

B.C. cannabis industry eyes newly opened German market

Decriminalization in Europe’s largest economy expected to increase medical cannabis demand and create opportunities for B.C. growers and producers
Small B.C. electric truck company's concerns lead to auditor general investigation

Small B.C. electric truck company's concerns lead to auditor general investigation

Edison Motors CEO Chace Barber raised conflict of interest concerns over a CleanBC grant program that are now subject to a requested review by the auditor general of B.C.
B.C.'s government buys land for transit-oriented housing development

B.C.'s government buys land for transit-oriented housing development

SAANICH, B.C. — British Columbia's government is spearheading a new public development project on Vancouver Island aimed at bringing more affordable homes closer to transit access.