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Trudeau expressed frustration about 'sensationalized' leaks of intelligence

Trudeau expressed frustration about 'sensationalized' leaks of intelligence

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expressed frustration to a federal inquiry into foreign interference that intelligence leaked to the media had been "sensationalized" and taken out of context.
B.C.’s Concord Pacific partners in solar power project in Alberta

B.C.’s Concord Pacific partners in solar power project in Alberta

Subsidiary of Vancouver real estate developer focuses on clean energy
B.C. accountant stripped of CPA designation over 'flagrant lack of concern' for client

B.C. accountant stripped of CPA designation over 'flagrant lack of concern' for client

Paul Guerette accused of failing to file taxes, ignoring clients and fabricating invoices
KITS Eyecare co-founder Sabrina Liak steps down as president

KITS Eyecare co-founder Sabrina Liak steps down as president

Former CFO will remain on board of directors, serve as strategic advisor
Trudeau’s staff on Vancouver Chinese consulate allegations: ‘Bragging is not doing’

Trudeau’s staff on Vancouver Chinese consulate allegations: ‘Bragging is not doing’

'It seemed improbable that the Chinese government would have a preference' for a Canadian government, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the foreign interference commission
Drought, heat raise risk of repeat of last summer's record-breaking wildfires

Drought, heat raise risk of repeat of last summer's record-breaking wildfires

OTTAWA — Persistent drought and months of above-average temperatures have escalated the risk of another record-breaking wildfire season, federal ministers said Wednesday as they warned about the urgent need to address climate change.
Unifor applies to represent two Amazon fulfilment centres in Metro Vancouver

Unifor applies to represent two Amazon fulfilment centres in Metro Vancouver

VANCOUVER — Unifor has filed two applications to represent Vancouver-area Amazon workers with the B.C. Labour Relations Board.
City of Richmond sues BC Hydro over claims of underpayment

City of Richmond sues BC Hydro over claims of underpayment

BC Hydro said it gave lower payments to Richmond because utility property tax rates rose significantly compared to other properties.
What Gen Z and boomers can learn from each other at work

What Gen Z and boomers can learn from each other at work

Also, femtech entrepreneurs, ambiguous discrimination and why workaholism is bad for companies
Wind, solar operators urged to invest now to protect against extreme weather risks

Wind, solar operators urged to invest now to protect against extreme weather risks

CALGARY — Wind and solar operators in Canada are being urged to reduce the likelihood of catastrophic grid outages by making their infrastructure more resilient to climate change.