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Fortescue's green hydrogen project in Prince George getting back-burnered

Fortescue's green hydrogen project in Prince George getting back-burnered

Coyote project in Prince George to take back seat to projects with better economics
Sale of B.C. coal mines to Glencore was bad deal for Canada: report

Sale of B.C. coal mines to Glencore was bad deal for Canada: report

MiningWatch report question's Swiss mining giant's track record
Nine B.C. cleantech firms to share $7.6M in grants

Nine B.C. cleantech firms to share $7.6M in grants

Recipients include new joint venture between Westport Innovations and Volvo
For some Canadians, the Democrats' America trumps Trudeau’s Canada

For some Canadians, the Democrats' America trumps Trudeau’s Canada

A second consecutive term under the Democrats would likely be better for the Canadian economy and for B.C. businesses from a trade perspective
Forget gigafactories. B.C. battery-makers are carving out niche market expertise

Forget gigafactories. B.C. battery-makers are carving out niche market expertise

Taiwanese-owned E-One Moli plans to break ground on $1B Maple Ridge plant this winter
Commercial, sports fishing sectors face very different prospects

Commercial, sports fishing sectors face very different prospects

Pacific Salmon Commission issues lowest forecast on record for Fraser River sockeye in 2024
Vancouver’s Unbounce merges with California’s Insightly

Vancouver’s Unbounce merges with California’s Insightly

Unbounce gains customer data advantage through merger with CRM company
No mineral claims, exploration without permission, say Gitanyow

No mineral claims, exploration without permission, say Gitanyow

Hereditary chiefs say mineral exploration activities that don't have their consent must stop
Delta-Q, A&K Robotics partner on self-driving airport pods

Delta-Q, A&K Robotics partner on self-driving airport pods

A&K Robotics plans to start rolling out is self-driving pods at airports this year
B.C. wineries can sell direct to Albertans again

B.C. wineries can sell direct to Albertans again

B.C. and Alberta resolve tax issues that prevented B.C. wineries selling direct to customers