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News Forestry Manufacturing Economy General
December 2, 2019  

BC forest industry facing uncertain future as mills close across province

Layoffs, shutdowns are causing economic and social pain as thousands of workers, their families and communities face uncertain futures.

Insight Energy Manufacturing General
July 10, 2017  

BC Greens should support Site C dam

Aboriginal rights must be balanced against other competing, critical interests.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
March 17, 2016  

Natural gas in BC much greater than original estimates

Report says resources in northeast are trillions of cubic feet higher than initial estimates.

News Economy General
February 9, 2016  

Clark says Canada depending on BC for growth

RBC forecasts the province’s economy to lead growth rate this year at 3.1%.

News Manufacturing Economy General
November 2, 2015  

BC study IDs shortage of key workers in next decade

Employers will depend on new workers, immigrants to fill future job openings.

News Economy General
September 28, 2015  

BC to lead Canada in growth

But job creation is stuck in second gear.

News Energy Business Operations Operations Sustainability
February 19, 2014  

Innergex starts operations at 49.9 MW Kwoiek Creek hydro facility

The facility is expected to generate 223,400 MWh annually, enough to power more than 20,000 homes.

News Energy Business Operations Sustainability
November 13, 2013  

Clark says BC's LNG plants will do the world a clean air favour

Timing is crucial to reach multi-billion-dollar deals with gas companies in China and Japan, BC premier says.

News Energy Oil & Gas Business Operations Operations Sustainability Technology
November 7, 2013  

Enbridge CEO lauds Alberta, BC pipeline deal

Al Monaco says the agreement will shift momentum in favour of the company’s controversial Northern Gateway pipeline.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Sustainability Technology
October 4, 2013  

BC commissions study on impact of LNG emissions

The Kitimat Air Shed Impact Assessment Project will examine pollution effects of existing and proposed industrial air emissions.

News Energy Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Sustainability Technology
September 26, 2013  

BC meeting GHG reduction targets, but setting up smokescreen for LNG

Tides Canada report concludes LNG plants will be 300% dirtier than electricity-driven operations.

News Energy Oil & Gas Business Operations Operations Sustainability
September 10, 2013  

BC union leaders join Clark’s bid to train thousands of LNG workers

BC’s LNG projects represents a once-in-a-generation economic opportunity that could create 100,000 jobs.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Production Sustainability Technology
July 31, 2013  

Trinidad Drilling Ltd. to build new rig for northern BC LNG project

The new rig is expected to be delivered in late 2014.

News Energy Business Operations Operations Sustainability Technology
June 18, 2013  

Review board told Northern Gateway is in all Canadians’ interest

Enbridge says billions of dollars at stake as BC digs in on five conditions.

News Sustainability
May 29, 2013  

West Coast industry project focuses on LNG uses as marine fuel

Stringent emissions regulations coming in 2015-2016 means vessel owners will need to use lower sulphur distillate fuel.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Production Technology
September 19, 2012  

Corporate tax increases “a reality of the times”: NDP’s Dix to BC biz

Dix would raise BC’s corporate taxes to 11% if the NDP wins election in May.

News Energy Oil & Gas Business Operations Sustainability
August 23, 2012  

NDP government would quit Northern Gateway assessment: Dix

If elected BC premier in May, NDP leader Dix says he’d set up a “made in BC” review instead.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas Business Operations Operations Sustainability Technology
August 20, 2012  

BC media mogul enters the Northern Gateway fray

David Black hopes to build a $13 billion refinery to export processed fuels rather than raw oilsands bitumen to Asia.

News Energy Business Operations Operations Sustainability Technology
August 8, 2012  

Panel, not politics will decide Northern Gateway fate: Harper

Prime Minister says science will determine if the pipeline should go ahead

News Energy Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Production Sustainability Technology
July 11, 2012  

US oil spill report fuels opposition to Northern Gateway pipeline

Yet to be approved Enbridge pipeline hits another snag, as opponents point to scathing report that suggests the project is too environmentally risky.

News Sustainability
February 22, 2012  

BC carbon tax to be reviewed

BC’s “world-leading” carbon tax is being reviewed because the rest of North America hasn’t followed through on pledges to keep up, the province’s finance minister says.

News Sustainability
February 17, 2012  

Encana sells 40% of BC gas assets to Mitsubishi

Encana Corp. is selling a major stake in its BC gas assets to Mitsubishi Corp. for $2.9 billion.