International visitors drive B.C. tourism growth

Cruising along: Airport volumes are up, cruise ship traffic strong, hotel revenues on the rise, and food and drink sales growing

International visitors drive B.C. tourism growth
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Cruising along: Airport volumes are up, cruise ship traffic strong, hotel revenues on the rise, and food and drink sales growing

B.C. must rein in public sector wages and benefits

Bringing government employee wages and benefits in line with private-sector norms is key to balancing B.C.’s budget

B.C. must rein in public sector wages and benefits
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Bringing government employee wages and benefits in line with private-sector norms is key to balancing B.C.’s budget

Alberta, B.C. will drive Canadian economy over next two years

Across the country, manufacturing orders are climbing, infrastructure spending continues and investment is recovering, report says

Alberta, B.C. will drive Canadian economy over next two years
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Across the country, manufacturing orders are climbing, infrastructure spending continues and investment is recovering, report says

Horgan’s hypocrisy, Weaver’s green energy fantasy hurt all Canadians

The B.C. premier and his Green Party puppet master have created a debilitating, ill-conceived mess over the Trans Mountain pipeline

Horgan’s hypocrisy, Weaver’s green energy fantasy hurt all Canadians
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The B.C. premier and his Green Party puppet master have created a debilitating, ill-conceived mess over the Trans Mountain pipeline

Raising B.C.’s minimum wage won’t help working poor

A work-based subsidy increases the income of the working poor without making it harder for employers to hire less-skilled workers

Raising B.C.’s minimum wage won’t help working poor
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A work-based subsidy increases the income of the working poor without making it harder for employers to hire less-skilled workers

B.C. closing doors to investment

Government policies mean the province is gaining an international reputation as a place where major projects can’t get done

B.C. closing doors to investment
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Government policies mean the province is gaining an international reputation as a place where major projects can’t get done

The pipeline to the future doesn’t carry the jobs of the past

The ruckus over the Kinder Morgan project is a good reminder that the economic conditions we once enjoyed are on the way out

The pipeline to the future doesn’t carry the jobs of the past
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The ruckus over the Kinder Morgan project is a good reminder that the economic conditions we once enjoyed are on the way out

Like water flowing down hill, investment flows to areas of lower tax

Canada is losing the business tug of war with the United States, and it's not just about higher tax rates

Like water flowing down hill, investment flows to areas of lower tax
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Canada is losing the business tug of war with the United States, and it’s not just about higher tax rates

Clearing the air: How industry should respond to public concerns

In Prince George, Canfor accepted the challenge to address pollution issues. Other businesses can and should follow suit to deal with social conflicts

Clearing the air: How industry should respond to public concerns
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In Prince George, Canfor accepted the challenge to address pollution issues. Other businesses can and should follow suit to deal with social conflicts

A flicker of hope in Canada’s gloomy energy climate

B.C.’s proposed tax incentive plan for an LNG facility in Kitimat is a step forward. But more must happen to revitalize Canada's economy

A flicker of hope in Canada’s gloomy energy climate
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B.C.’s proposed tax incentive plan for an LNG facility in Kitimat is a step forward. But more must happen to revitalize Canada’s economy