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Investor confidence plummets for B.C. energy sector

Tanker moratoriums, LNG plant cancellations, fracking reviews, government pipeline obstructionism are all taking their toll (FREE)

Civic renewal that drains the soul – and people – from communities

Civic renewal that drains the soul – and people – from communities

ROBINSON When investor neighbourhoods replace residential ones, civic sustainability is the big loser ($$)

Keystone XL approval errs on side of safety

Keystone XL approval errs on side of safety

One spill is too many but pipelines are much safer than rail for transporting oil (FREE)

Fossil fuels remain key to energy future, according to report

Fossil fuels remain key to energy future, according to report

The U.S. is eager to grab new business, which underscores the urgent need for Canada to secure access to offshore markets for our oil and gas (FREE)

Attacks on hydraulic fracturing in B.C. defy settled science

A public inquiry will simply play into the hands of those who oppose energy production in B.C., depriving the province of significant economic benefits (FREE)

Stick to the facts to protect old-growth forests in B.C.

Stick to the facts to protect old-growth forests in B.C.

Debate on Vancouver Island’s old growth forests must be based on facts, not just conjuring up feelings of nostalgia, awe and respect

Serving up an unpalatable business model

KUNIN: Restaurants are struggling to find staff and keep profit margins healthy. But automation and careful management can help

New NDP government puts B.C. finances back on shaky ground

(Troy Media) The B.C. government has sent a troubling signal that big spending, tax increases and deficits are back as the prevailing fiscal policies

Safeguarding public confidence in B.C.’s forest management

(Troy Media) The Association of BC Forest Professionals helps ensure that B.C.’s forests are well managed

Big spending, big problems on the horizon for B.C. government

(Troy Media) Despite the promise of yet more new programs to come, there’s actually little room in the budget for more spending

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