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City seeks court order rejecting gravel miners' claim for damages

City seeks court order rejecting gravel miners' claim for damages

Plaintiffs showing "bad faith" by backing out of agreement, City says in filing
Parkour gym owner fighting to get back on solid footing

Parkour gym owner fighting to get back on solid footing

Olympus Freerunning owner Riley Banzer has qualified for a spot at the National Ninja League Worlds but needs a bigger space to train - and revive his struggling business
Site C dam to require 8.7% rate hike over two years: analyst

Site C dam to require 8.7% rate hike over two years: analyst

BC Hydro banking on a big bump in industrial power sales to mitigate rate hikes
Even minor scratches can have serious implications on your vehicle, here’s why

Even minor scratches can have serious implications on your vehicle, here’s why

The team at CSN Top Gun is committed to making vehicle repairs as stress-free as possible
How will five days of employer-paid sick leave affect your business?

How will five days of employer-paid sick leave affect your business?

The BC Chamber of Commerce is looking to gauge the impact of permanent paid sick leave on businesses in the province, and has launched a survey to collect input.
Métis Nation BC: Here’s why self-identifying Metis people should register as citizens

Métis Nation BC: Here’s why self-identifying Metis people should register as citizens

MNBC is the voice of Métis people, representing nearly 90,000 Métis people in B.C.
How to buy bitcoin and gift it for Christmas

How to buy bitcoin and gift it for Christmas

Everything from how Netcoins operates, to how they store customers’ funds and the fees they charge, are vetted and approved by Canadian regulators
Consumer complaints against Telus up slightly, says watchdog

Consumer complaints against Telus up slightly, says watchdog

Proportion of complaints against Telus lower than its major competitors
B.C. retail sales outperform the rest of Canada in September

B.C. retail sales outperform the rest of Canada in September

Canadian retail sales dipped 0.6%, to $56.6 billion, in September, which is less than the 1.9% decline that Statistics Canada had previously forecast.
Barking up the wrong tree in old-growth controversy?

Barking up the wrong tree in old-growth controversy?

Careful forest management can have important role in climate change fight, experts say
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