BC Liberals give electric vehicles a $50M boost in throne speech
Minority government’s budget promises $50-million to charge them up across the province.
BC to repeal Vancouver natural gas ban that city says doesn’t exist
City has a new building policy that sets energy efficiency and emissions targets for new construction on rezoned lots.
BC Liberals reinstate exec director charged in Ont. gas plant scandal
Laura Miller faces charges involving document deletion arising from the gas plants scandal.
Petronas delays BC LNG decision as oil slump squeezes economics
A $36 billion investment would cover an LNG plant, shale fields in northeastern BC and a pipeline to connect the two.
BC Liberals use legislature to set stage for LNG, but still no deals
Industry officials have reacted favourably to a 3.5% income tax and emissions standards introduced in the fall legislature.
Is India BC’s newest dance partner? Clark thinks so
BC premier heads out on 10-day trade mission in major Indian cities in search of new opportunities and potential markets.
Energy giant Petronas places dark cloud over BC’s LNG dreams
Malaysian energy giant has threatened to pull out of a multibillion-dollar LNG investment in BC.
Three years in, BC Liberals add First Nations, SMEs to jobs plan
The province’s job creation has been sluggish since the governing Liberals introduced the jobs plan in 2011.
BC parties take a stand on pipelines, politics… sort of
Pipelines and tankers have become an election issue, but parties stances remain clear as Alberta crude.