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The union for Chevron's refinery workers is criticizing the bidding system Kinder Morgan uses for its Trans Mountain pipeline, claiming large American companies are putting ...

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A senior executive for a Mexican copper mine that has experienced numerous troubles since it was started by Vancouver’s Baja Mining Corp. (TSX:BAJ) is dead ...

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The British Columbia Supreme Court has rejected the City of Burnaby’s request for a temporary injunction to stop Kinder Morgan’s survey work on Burnaby Mountain. ...

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North American coal producers and shippers should expect a “U-shaped” recovering in the metallurgical coal market, not a V-shaped one.

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Vancouver’s Fortress Paper (TSX:FTP) is selling all shares in its bank note security subsidiary, Fortress Optical Features, to Nanotech Security Corp. (TSX-V:NTS) for $17.5 million.

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Sector posts Q2 gains, but sluggish demand in U.S. puts damper on growth

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B.C. sports fishers were given the green light today (August 1) to go fishing for sockeye, just in time for the long weekend, and starting ...

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WorkSafeBC has levied a more-than $724,000 fine against Lakeland Mills for the April 23, 2012, sawmill explosion that killed two and injured nearly two dozen ...

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The Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nations has expressed its concern over the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) Canada’s opening of a commercial sockeye fishery before agreed-upon salmon ...

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The federal government ratified an agreement with the United States which provides updates to the Pacific Salmon Treaty, Fisheries and Oceans Canada announced July 17.

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