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Credit Union sees three per cent growth for province, while poll finds pessimistic residents hunkering down
Programming introduction to begin next September, goal is to make it mandatory says Premier Christy Clark
The opportunity to use crowdfunding to start up a new venture now exists in B.C.
Province ready to legislate new land-based oil spill standards, but Kinder Morgan has more to do, Environment Minister Mary Polak says
Deferred electricity payments would be repaid with interest, Energy and Mines Minister Bill Bennett says
B.C.'s population reached 4.7 million in October, but the rate of international immigration has dipped below one per cent
Outside venture capital experts will be hired to administer seed money fund for high-tech startups establishing in B.C.
Outdoor enthusiasts in the Columbia Valley are encouraged to book early for customized trips through the backcountry next summer.
The growing popularity of craft beer products have prompted BC Liquor Stores to expand local offerings on their shelves.
With Japan slipping back into recession and sales down in China, B.C. forest companies push for more wood construction
Samsung of Korea, ACCIONA of Spain and Petrowest to sign BC Hydro's biggest-ever construction contract for Peace River dam
Property transfer tax up $150 million from spring budget, tourism and movie business surge due to 75-cent Canadian dollar
A year behind schedule and over-budget, high-voltage line subject to arbitration between BC Hydro and its contractor
'Dead' Northern Gateway pipeline prompts plan B to move bitumen using trains
Natural Gas Development Minister Rich Coleman says changes needed to regulation of CO2 capture and storage deep underground
Used.ca is headquartered in Victoria, BC and is a part of Black Press Community Media.
Value of food products growing, but number of family farms flat at 20,000 as new generation eyes other careers
Warm winter left record water levels in B.C.'s Peace and Columbia River reservoirs, with water released to alleviate U.S. drought
Possible reprieve for 460,000 households slated to lose door-to-door home delivery
Trans-Pacific Partnership won't end softwood lumber tradeoffs, or remove restrictions on log exports from B.C.