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B.C. government extends coastal log export rules for six months

Premier John Horgan promises reform at loggers’ convention

Prince George could get province’s second BC Cannabis Store

The first brick-and-mortar government retail location opened in Kamloops on Oct. 17

Langley senior denied insurance for lack of a smart phone

Unable to get insurance deal without an app

  • Jan 16, 2019

Thieves steal thousands from 140 Coast Capital Savings members

Online fraud tactics included phising and ‘brute force’ in November and December

Canada needs a digital ID system, bankers association says

The Department of Finance last week officially launched its public consultation on the merits of open banking

Canadian stock exchanges to conduct lottery for ‘POT’ ticker amid high demand

The symbol became available after fertilizer Potash Corp. officially merged with Agrium Inc. in early 2018

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B.C. home sales drop 25% in 2018

The B.C. Real Estate Association points to the federal government’s mortage stress test

B.C., Alberta Indigenous leaders to bid for share of TransMountain pipeline

Majority share means revenue, environmental protection, B.C. chief says

Log exports high on agenda for B.C. NDP and forest industry

Coastal old growth not running out, logger group says

Legalization sparks boom in field of marijuana research

Marijuana research was once stigmatized field in Canada

Tiny coffeeshops help owners save on rent in high-cost Vancouver, Toronto

Three of the four most expensive main streets in Canada are in Toronto and Vancouver, a report says

‘Sour outage’ beer commemorates B.C.’s big power outage

Riot Brewery in Chemainus finds a unique way to make the powerful wind storm memorable

VIDEO: Thousands drawn to industry day at Vancouver cannabis expo

The 2019 Lift Co. Cannabis Expo is this weekend at the Vancouver Convention Centre

Rare bronze penny sells for more than $200K at auction

Heritage Auctions says more than 30 people bid on the rare coin

WestJet apologizes after passengers stranded in Cancun for 33 hours

About 150 passengers were stuck in Mexico last weekend because of mechanical issues

Average price of cannabis in Canada goes up 17% post-legalization

Legal pot continues to cost more than illegally source cannabis

Remember virtual reality? Its buzz has faded at CES 2019

At the CES 2019 tech show in Las Vegas, Facebook’s Oculus unit isn’t holding any glitzy press events

Mattress Recycling lays down roots in Hope

The recycling firm—the largest of its kind in western Canada—has opened a facility in Hope

B.C. taxi app gets set to launch before ride-hailing allowed

Kater plans to link cab companies to customers province-wide