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China’s higher feed corn use could hit barley prices

China’s higher feed corn use could hit barley prices

China is using more corn in feed rations, which could result in lower feed barley prices in Western Canada, says an analyst.
West Fraser to curtail production at Cariboo Pulp & Paper

West Fraser to curtail production at Cariboo Pulp & Paper

Month-long curtailments to be invoked in mid-April and the third quarter
New coalition formed to save B.C. salmon from extinction

New coalition formed to save B.C. salmon from extinction

First Nations Fisheries Council calls for all hands on deck approach to crisis
Think tank forecasts financial challenges for LNG projects such as Woodfibre LNG

Think tank forecasts financial challenges for LNG projects such as Woodfibre LNG

Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis released a new report noting the challenges facing B.C. LNG.
'A scientific sin': 16 Canadian salmon scientists claim DFO sea lice report was manipulated

'A scientific sin': 16 Canadian salmon scientists claim DFO sea lice report was manipulated

16 scientists slam a recent DFO report that found salmon farms had an "insignificant" impact on wild salmon infestations — claiming the report's authors cherry-picked data, ignored scientific consensus and failed to consult with experts outside the department.
TC Energy credit rating under review

TC Energy credit rating under review

Cost overruns on Coastal GasLink pipelines could affect credit rating
B.C.'s First Quantum says copper loading suspended at Cobre Panama port

B.C.'s First Quantum says copper loading suspended at Cobre Panama port

First Quantum Minerals Ltd. says the Panamá Maritime Authority has suspended loading operations of copper concentrate at the port for its Cobre Panama mine.
Ottawa expands price caps to Russian petroleum products to reduce revenues

Ottawa expands price caps to Russian petroleum products to reduce revenues

OTTAWA — The federal Finance Department says Canada is joining its fellow G-7 countries plus Australia to expand caps on Russian oil to include seaborne petroleum products from that country.
Study charts ‘shocking’ declines in chum salmon

Study charts ‘shocking’ declines in chum salmon

Central coast chum abundance declined 90 per cent since 1960, new study finds
Taseko in talks regarding potential deal to up stake in Gibraltar copper mine

Taseko in talks regarding potential deal to up stake in Gibraltar copper mine

VANCOUVER — Taseko Mines Ltd. says it is in talks regarding a potential deal to increase its stake in its Gibraltar copper mine in B.C. The company says it has been in confidential discussions with Sojitz Corp.
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