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ICBC seeks ruling to blunt possible strike

ICBC seeks ruling to blunt possible strike

Union members vote in favour of job action, demand 10 per cent pay hike

Prince Rupert contract company featured in national magazine

Prince Rupert’s own Mark Rudderham and his business Rupert Wood N Steel were included in an edition of Renovation Contractor.

Enbridge panel hears from First Nations during Terrace stop

The area’s two Tsimshian First Nations voiced concern about aspects of the planned Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline.
B.C. experts to look at municipal taxes

B.C. experts to look at municipal taxes

An expert panel has been appointed to examine B.C.'s business taxes, including municipal taxes on industry.

Hecate Strait to administer new employment program

Hecate Strait Employment Development Society has been chosen by the provincial government to administer a new employment program.

Northwest Transmission Line completion date pushed back

BC Hydro has pushed back the completion date for its Northwest Transmission Line.

Rio Tinto Alcan commits $2.7 billion to Kitimat modernization

Being the Premier of the province or CEO of a division of a multi-national company may be positions of power.
Local economic forums set to start

Local economic forums set to start

The first local test of the B.C. government's jobs plan begins Thursday in the North Fraser region.
NDP wants gas drilling rules tightened

NDP wants gas drilling rules tightened

NDP critics want to tighten the rules and take a close look at the environmental effects of the newest form of deep drilling.
B.C. deficit forecast tops $3 billion

B.C. deficit forecast tops $3 billion

Falling revenues have pushed B.C.'s deficit forecast above $3 billion, due to