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Weather windfall for U.S. power exports

Weather windfall for U.S. power exports

Warm winter left record water levels in B.C.'s Peace and Columbia River reservoirs, with water released to alleviate U.S. drought
Canada Post halts community mailbox conversion

Canada Post halts community mailbox conversion

Possible reprieve for 460,000 households slated to lose door-to-door home delivery
Trade deal doesn't fix U.S. lumber issue: Harper

Trade deal doesn't fix U.S. lumber issue: Harper

Trans-Pacific Partnership won't end softwood lumber tradeoffs, or remove restrictions on log exports from B.C.
Underground coal mine gets B.C. approval

Underground coal mine gets B.C. approval

HD Mining's proposal moves ahead after bitter battle over temporary foreign workers
Trees-on-farmland program 'not expanding'

Trees-on-farmland program 'not expanding'

British company bought three more B.C. farms, but now considering planting areas burned or beetle-killed instead
B.C. business likes Pacific trade deal

B.C. business likes Pacific trade deal

B.C. farm, forest products face tariffs in Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Australia and New Zealand
Cities vote against carbon tax hike

Cities vote against carbon tax hike

Civic leaders weigh in on tax policy at UBCM, reject resumption of carbon tax increases
B.C. eyes luxury tax on high-end property

B.C. eyes luxury tax on high-end property

Property transfer tax expected to produce $200M windfall for B.C. government this year, adding to housing cost pressure
Retail, real estate help keep B.C. in black

Retail, real estate help keep B.C. in black

Forest fire season tops $300 million in costs, but higher income tax, property transfer tax make up for it
Mine cleanup key to B.C. relations with Alaska

Mine cleanup key to B.C. relations with Alaska

Tulsequah Chief has polluted the Taku River system for decades, souring relations with state downstream