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Editorial: B.C. Ferries' vessels should be built in B.C.

Editorial: B.C. Ferries' vessels should be built in B.C.

Over the years, B.C. Ferries has allowed local shipyards to atrophy. It’s not even clear the company tries to buy locally.
Gil Yaron: B.C.'s densification plan risks creating more demolition waste

Gil Yaron: B.C.'s densification plan risks creating more demolition waste

Housing affordability vs. demolition: Can we build up without tearing down?
Adrian Raeside cartoon: What to do with that land

Adrian Raeside cartoon: What to do with that land

Rob Shaw: Eby's half-baked housing plan underwhelms

Rob Shaw: Eby's half-baked housing plan underwhelms

NDP's BC Builds program is more sizzle than steak ahead of the election season
Opinion: 4 policies to save journalism jobs in B.C.

Opinion: 4 policies to save journalism jobs in B.C.

"The cost of inaction will result in the loss of journalism jobs, the shuttering of local media outlets, and a less informed and less engaged citizenry."
Fewer British Columbians using re-usable bags in wake of plastic ban rejection

Fewer British Columbians using re-usable bags in wake of plastic ban rejection

Green Fatigue? B.C. residents hold steady on reusable bags, but other eco-habits dip.
Lynn White: Hiring Indigenous talent brings value while bridging B.C.’s labour gap

Lynn White: Hiring Indigenous talent brings value while bridging B.C.’s labour gap

Workplace discrimination, educational barriers jeopardizing B.C.’s economy while harming reconciliation
Rob Shaw: BC NDP program barely offers Band-Aids while businesses bleed

Rob Shaw: BC NDP program barely offers Band-Aids while businesses bleed

Bureaucracy behind Security Small Business Rebate Program means it could take 37 years to distribute funds for companies hit by vandals
Column: Canadian taxpayers getting soaked by FIFA

Column: Canadian taxpayers getting soaked by FIFA

"Taxpayers can’t afford to pay for luxury suites and private elevators," the Canadian Taxpayers Federation said.
Forestry is key to growing a resilient bioeconomy in B.C.

Forestry is key to growing a resilient bioeconomy in B.C.

When a pulp mill closes, three to five sawmills also close, and they are critical to a diverse and sustainable bioeconomy