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B.C. to increase minimum wage to $15.20/hour in 2021

B.C. to increase minimum wage to $15.20/hour in 2021

Premier John Horgan says next increase will come in June
New energy projects must be approved within two years: Ottawa

New energy projects must be approved within two years: Ottawa

Feds rebrand National Energy Board as the new Canadian Energy Regulator
Fraser Valley wineries respond to Alberta premier’s sour grapes

Fraser Valley wineries respond to Alberta premier’s sour grapes

Winery operators shocked to be caught in the middle of pipeline dispute
Trudeau looks to lure tech talent, capital north in San Francisco visit

Trudeau looks to lure tech talent, capital north in San Francisco visit

Prime Minister’s visit includes a sit-down with Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos
Lululemon CEO resigned in part due to romantic relationship with designer

Lululemon CEO resigned in part due to romantic relationship with designer

Laurent Potdevin resigned from the top spot and from Lululemon’s board of directors
Notley uncorks B.C. support for wine ban

Notley uncorks B.C. support for wine ban

In a series of Tweets, the Alberta Premier claims BCers support wine ban
Elon launches Tesla into space

Elon launches Tesla into space

Space sports car now flying toward asteroid belt beyond Mars
John Horgan won’t retaliate in pipeline feud with Alberta

John Horgan won’t retaliate in pipeline feud with Alberta

B.C. premier calls his counterpart’s wine ban a ‘distraction’ and hopes conflict will cool
UPDATED: Alberta’s wine ban won’t impact Vancouver Island producers

UPDATED: Alberta’s wine ban won’t impact Vancouver Island producers

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley’s political spat that has pitted bitumen against sauvignon blanc doesn’t appear like it will have a direct impact on Vancouver Island wine producers, at least for now.
Saanich Police video pokes fun at #TidePodChallenge

Saanich Police video pokes fun at #TidePodChallenge

Video titled What To Eat, What Not To Eat warns kids #NoPodInYourBod