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Coffee crunch: prices are going up, way up

Coffee crunch: prices are going up, way up

Sorry java lovers, coffee prices are going up. But the industry will do everything it can so you don’t notice.
Site C status report: $16B project continues despite setbacks

Site C status report: $16B project continues despite setbacks

There have been roadblocks, but progress continues.
Russell Hixson: LNG Canada site workers going 'MyWay'

Russell Hixson: LNG Canada site workers going 'MyWay'

A new app provides LNG Canada workers with much more information than remote site workers might expect.
Why we shouldn’t demonize glyphosate

Why we shouldn’t demonize glyphosate

"Some are treating science like a buffet, carefully selecting research to accommodate a certain narrative. It’s messy and a disservice to the public."
A snapshot of BC's biggest companies

A snapshot of BC's biggest companies

Jock Finlayson dives into a list of BC's heaviest heavyweights.
Pitching in

Pitching in

Jack Middleton: With all hands on deck, energy projects pitch in to help with firefighting capacity across B.C.
News from the Nisga’a

News from the Nisga’a

Mark Milke: BC needs its resource sector, and another multibillion dollar project is a welcome change.
Lumber seen as the ‘bad guy’ for rising housing costs

Lumber seen as the ‘bad guy’ for rising housing costs

Grant Cameron: A new study says lumber material costs make up only about four per cent of a new home's price. So what's really happening?
Why the Calls to Action should be Canada’s guidebook

Why the Calls to Action should be Canada’s guidebook

Gerry Chidiac: Canada is facing a pivotal moment. We can choose to keep the truth buried or we can choose to heal.
Metro Vancouver's limited industrial land not being utilized

Metro Vancouver's limited industrial land not being utilized

Russell Hixson: New data shows Metro Vancouver's limited industrial sites are increasingly being used for non-industrial purposes.