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Study finds 'significant potential' for carbon capture storage in Northeast B.C.

Study finds 'significant potential' for carbon capture storage in Northeast B.C.

Potential for more than 66 years of GHGs to be captured and stored underground, but more scientific research and modelling needed
Heritage advocate calls for new approach for museum — and end to admission fees

Heritage advocate calls for new approach for museum — and end to admission fees

The public — along with the government — needs to be involved in discussions about the museum’s future, says Martin Segger. “This is not for the Royal B.C. Museum to go out and solve by itself.”
Oscar-winning DNEG taps VFX supervisor of Marvel’s Eternals as new Vancouver GM

Oscar-winning DNEG taps VFX supervisor of Marvel’s Eternals as new Vancouver GM

DNEG is Vancouver’s second-largest VFX company by employment
B.C. plans to streamline housing permit approval process to get more homes built

B.C. plans to streamline housing permit approval process to get more homes built

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government is creating a single hub for developers to get provincial approval to build homes, in a bid to accelerate a housing permit process that has forced them to wait as long as two years.
Coastal GasLink set to cross finish line ahead of LNG Canada

Coastal GasLink set to cross finish line ahead of LNG Canada

Natural gas pipeline has faced literal and figurative mountains getting built
Tentative contract reached for thousands of health support workers in B.C.

Tentative contract reached for thousands of health support workers in B.C.

VICTORIA — Thousands of health-care support workers in British Columbia have a tentative contract agreement after a year of talks.
New podcast to feature stories of Prince George overdose deaths

New podcast to feature stories of Prince George overdose deaths

‘Unsilencing Stories’ shares the voices of people who have lost loved ones to fatal overdoses

Vancouver council to consider wide-ranging plan to 'uplift' Chinatown neighbourhood

VANCOUVER — City councillors in Vancouver are set to consider a draft report aimed at reviving the historic Chinatown neighbourhood.
Expect more B.C. sawmill closures in 2023

Expect more B.C. sawmill closures in 2023

Government policies thwarting growth in key Canadian commodity sectors
Doo-doo doo-don’t: Nanaimo shop’s Baby Shark attack on loiterers

Doo-doo doo-don’t: Nanaimo shop’s Baby Shark attack on loiterers

Leon Drzewiecki, owner of NYLA Fresh Thread on Commercial Street, said he was thinking of ways to protect the store when he came up with the idea of putting Baby Shark on repeat.
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