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Coastal GasLink completes $7.15B bond offering, largest in corporate Canadian history

Coastal GasLink completes $7.15B bond offering, largest in corporate Canadian history

CALGARY — Calgary-based TC Energy Corp., the company behind the Coastal GasLink pipeline, says it has completed the largest corporate bond offering in Canadian history. The company says it has concluded a $7.
Stop gas expansion for home heating or risk leaving ratepayers on the hook: report

Stop gas expansion for home heating or risk leaving ratepayers on the hook: report

TORONTO — Provinces must stop natural gas expansion and invest in electrification to keep home heating reliable and cost-effective, a new report says, suggesting ratepayers and governments could otherwise be on the hook for billions of dollars in und
Squamish company announces plans to bring green hydrogen production to Vancouver Island

Squamish company announces plans to bring green hydrogen production to Vancouver Island

Quantum Technology and New Times Energy (NTE) Discovery Park sign an MOU to build hydrogen plants in Campbell River, which will produce hydrogen for use in ferries, buses, trucks, trains and cars.
B.C. coal mining company penalized $41,100

B.C. coal mining company penalized $41,100

Between 2020 and 2023, the company failed to properly monitor mine waste flowing into a nearby fish-bearing tributary, according to a recent decision.
Merritt sawmill shuttered amid B.C.'s forestry woes

Merritt sawmill shuttered amid B.C.'s forestry woes

Industry in 'Terrible State' as Aspen Planers temporarily shuts down mill
B.C.'s drought: Low snowpacks remain a concern for salmon experts

B.C.'s drought: Low snowpacks remain a concern for salmon experts

Much of the province currently sits between level one and three on the B.C. government's zero to five drought classification scale.
Vancouver's NexGen poised for takeoff as uranium prices surge, nuclear makes a comeback

Vancouver's NexGen poised for takeoff as uranium prices surge, nuclear makes a comeback

Canada well-positioned to supply a net-zero world with high-quality nuclear fuel
B.C.'s drought: Agriculture sector feels the impact from prolonged dry conditions

B.C.'s drought: Agriculture sector feels the impact from prolonged dry conditions

Several regions have been under prolonged drought conditions stretching back to the fall of 2022.
B.C. looks into post-fire mushroom picking rush after First Nation reports conflicts

B.C. looks into post-fire mushroom picking rush after First Nation reports conflicts

British Columbia says it is not ruling out regulating wild mushroom picking after an Indigenous community said a rising number of foragers are infringing on its land, with one case involving alleged threats of physical violence and intimidation.
Federal Court rejects bid to review not renewing licences of B.C. fish farms

Federal Court rejects bid to review not renewing licences of B.C. fish farms

VANCOUVER — A federal Court has rejected a bid by two First Nations and salmon farm operators to review Ottawa's decision to not renew licences for 15 open-net Atlantic salmon farms in the waters off British Columbia.