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As B.C. bets on mining to meet climate goals, taxpayers are at risk to cover cleanup costs

As B.C. bets on mining to meet climate goals, taxpayers are at risk to cover cleanup costs

Feb 21, 2024 / 1:09 pm

When John Morris Sr. is asked where the sacred sites on the Taku River are, his answer comes easily. “This whole place is sacred,” the 84-year-old...

NATO secretary-general says Canada must inform alliance when it will raise defence spending

NATO secretary-general says Canada must inform alliance when it will raise defence spending

Feb 20, 2024 / 7:02 pm

Canada needs to set a date by which it will fulfill a NATO pledge to increase defence spending to 2 per cent of annual economic output, the military...

BoC’s Macklem highlights inflation fighting errors, lessons learned in new essay

BoC’s Macklem highlights inflation fighting errors, lessons learned in new essay

Feb 20, 2024 / 5:50 pm

The surge of inflation over the past three years has been a “stark reminder” that central banks can’t always ignore supply shocks and hope...

Statscan says cellphone bills are plunging – the truth is more complicated

Statscan says cellphone bills are plunging – the truth is more complicated

Feb 19, 2024 / 4:04 pm

As households struggle with the largest bout of inflation in four decades, Statistics Canada says consumers are getting some relief from what is often a source...

B.C. backs hydrogen despite concerns about electricity supply shortage

B.C. backs hydrogen despite concerns about electricity supply shortage

Feb 18, 2024 / 3:50 pm

The B.C. government is backing the concept of producing hydrogen despite concerns about whether there will be enough electricity supplies for new industrial...

Prospera Place's wall of fame divides Kelowna hockey fans as they take sides in world juniors sex-assault case

Prospera Place's wall of fame divides Kelowna hockey fans as they take sides in world juniors sex-assault case

Feb 17, 2024 / 7:00 am

The Kelowna Rockets Wall of Recognition is located around Section 112 in Prospera Place. Just walk past the craft beer vendor and follow your nose toward the...

Fifth measles case in Canada this year has officials worried about outbreaks

Fifth measles case in Canada this year has officials worried about outbreaks

Feb 16, 2024 / 6:15 pm

Five cases of measles have been confirmed in Canada so far this year, compared with a total of 12 cases identified in all of 2023, raising concerns over falling...

Canadian theatre companies face ‘crisis’ as economic woes continue in wake of pandemic

Canadian theatre companies face ‘crisis’ as economic woes continue in wake of pandemic

Feb 15, 2024 / 6:21 pm

As Canadian theatres struggle with snowballing economic woes in the wake of COVID-19 lockdowns, performing arts associations in two of the country’s...

Young people are quickly dropping out of the labour market

Young people are quickly dropping out of the labour market

Feb 15, 2024 / 2:21 pm

As the Canadian labour market softens, young people appear to be bearing the brunt of the slowdown – and it’s driving many of them out of the work...

B.C. resets talks on plan to give First Nations more say over public land

B.C. resets talks on plan to give First Nations more say over public land

Feb 15, 2024 / 11:17 am

The British Columbia government is conducting an intensive series of meetings with industry and outdoor recreation groups this month, in an attempt to assuage...

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