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A 'vicious cycle' is scaring away investment from B.C. forests, says industry

A 'vicious cycle' is scaring away investment from B.C. forests, says industry

At an annual meeting of forest executives and insiders, industry offered a consistent message: dwindling wood fibre and regulatory uncertainty is scaring away investment in B.C.
Health Canada warns City of Vancouver over licensing mushroom dispensary

Health Canada warns City of Vancouver over licensing mushroom dispensary

Letter: "Health Canada maintains the position that illegally operating storefronts pose a risk to the health and safety of Canadians."
Improving your behaviours is only one part of being more effective at work

Improving your behaviours is only one part of being more effective at work

In The Possible Self, psychologist Maja Djikic suggests focusing on motivation, emotions, mind and body to propel change
Entry to housing market feels out of reach for 76% of non-owners: CIBC poll

Entry to housing market feels out of reach for 76% of non-owners: CIBC poll

TORONTO — Three in four Canadians who don't own a property say buying a home feels out of reach, a new poll shows.
B.C. seeks to regulate electricity for cryptocurrency miners, citing huge demands

B.C. seeks to regulate electricity for cryptocurrency miners, citing huge demands

VICTORIA — British Columbia is proposing legal changes that would allow the government to regulate the supply of electricity to cryptocurrency miners.
Ottawa to allow 30-year amortization for first-time buyers' mortgages on new homes

Ottawa to allow 30-year amortization for first-time buyers' mortgages on new homes

TORONTO — Some advocates are praising Ottawa's move to lengthen the amortization period on insured mortgages for certain homebuyers, but say expanding the policy to all Canadians would help make home ownership more affordable.
B.C. medical isotope ‘trailblazer’ ARTMS fetches US$82M in Telix acquisition

B.C. medical isotope ‘trailblazer’ ARTMS fetches US$82M in Telix acquisition

Deal includes US$15M upfront cash, US$42.5M in shares and potential US$24.5M bonus
Richmond restaurants shift to all-you-can-eat in challenging economy

Richmond restaurants shift to all-you-can-eat in challenging economy

Restaurant owners are exploring innovative ways to stay afloat when customers’ spending power decreases 
Major B.C. civic political parties investigated for 'potential' prohibited contributions

Major B.C. civic political parties investigated for 'potential' prohibited contributions

ABC Vancouver and Burnaby Citizens Association among the largest civic slates being probed for possible campaign financing violations.
B.C. moves to accelerate process for thousands needing a family doctor

B.C. moves to accelerate process for thousands needing a family doctor

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is bringing in new digital tools to help hundreds of thousands of residents who need a family doctor find one faster and easier.