UBC loses appeal over ammonia dump that killed fish in Vancouver creek
CIMCO Refrigeration was fined $800,000 by the provincial court after pleading guilty to discharging the chemical into the storm drain
BC, Ontario shipyards team up to win multibillion dollar icebreaker contract
The agreement between Seaspan Marine and Heddle Shipyards represents the type of co-operation rarely seen within Canada.
Mastercard to build new cybersecurity centre in Vancouver
The feds say the centre will support 380 jobs and 100 co-op positions.
New tech institute for Surrey takes pressure off Vancouver: Horgan
Cost and availability of industrial land are two of the biggest constraints to growth in BC’s technology sector.
Election 2019: Wilson-Raybould pledges non-partisan approach on issues
Wilson-Raybould is running as an Independent in one of the most-watched ridings of Vancouver-Granville.
Trudeau launches Liberal election campaign in Vancouver, just like in 2015
Liberal strategists say Trudeau intends to spend much of the first week of the campaign on the offence.
Vancouver police say they found large marijuana cooking operation
Operation had allegedly been selling high-potency cannabis oils to black market.
Lululemon Q4 profit soars 80%, beating analyst expectations
The Vancouver-based clothing maker anticipates continued strength.
Safety board investigates collision of two ships in Vancouver Harbour
Collision occurred just after midnight on Sunday morning
Vancouver area laundry microplastics are filtering into ocean: Study
Many of the microplastics are in the form of fibres from polyester and rayon clothing.
Uber launches fleet of mapping vehicles in Vancouver ahead of rollout
Information will better match customers with drivers, navigate quicker routes and more accurate timing estimates.
Vancouver’s electric car owners to see fees for city charge stations
One program sets fees for electric vehicle charging stations, the other creates more curb-side stations.
Canada aims to spread Chinese immigrants across country
An aging Canadian population needs more young blood to propel the economy, especially outside of big cities.
Vancouver joins No side for NEB Trans Mountain approval
Joins court challenges to quash energy board’s recommendation in favour of $6.8-billion pipeline expansion.
Reinstate coast guard, ban north coast oil tankers: Trudeau to ministers
Environmental and safety advocates have decried the former Conservative government’s handling of marine issues.
US refinery issues may bump up gas prices in Western Canada
Motorists could pay as much as five to seven cents more a litre, analysts say.
BC company’s agile robots crawling where humans can’t
ROVs have combed through a tsunami-hit nuclear plant and performed search and rescue after the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
Vancouver pipeline expansion would be ‘disastrous’: mayor
NEB considering Kinder Morgan’s plan to triple its bitumen-carrying capacity to 890,000 barrels a day.
Vancouver First Nation says pipeline expansion could increase spills
Kinder Morgan wants to triple the capacity of its Trans Mountain pipeline to 890,000 barrels a day.
Oil prices reverse economic fortunes of Canada’s largest cities
Calgary, Edmonton headed toward recession, while manufacturing drives growth in Halifax, Toronto and Vancouver.
Vancouver taking Trans Mountain pipeline challenge to Federal Court
Ongoing dispute has already caused a seven-month delay in the pipeline’s regulatory process.
Independent panel to review plans for BC container port expansion
Port Metro Vancouver wants to build a three-berth, marine-container facility that can handle an additional 2.4 million units.
Oliver announces measures to calm public fears over pipeline safety
Measures will ensure taxpayers are not left on the hook for any oil-related cleanup costs.
Clean up underway as bio diesel leaks from BC Suncor plant
22 barrels leak from plant in Port Moody, small amount seeps into Burrard Inlet.
Electric vehicle owners will get a charge out of 13 charging stations in BC
Stations provide a charge up to 80% in less than 30 minutes.
BC attracting most investment in Canada: report
Thomson Reuters report says province drew 20% of all venture capital investments in second quarter.