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Would you live in a shipping container? This Coquitlam company says it could help solve the housing crisis

Would you live in a shipping container? This Coquitlam company says it could help solve the housing crisis

The cost of building a Tri-Cities home out of a shipping container is about one-fifth of conventional wood frame construction.
Metro Vancouver suburbs gain commercial strength as downtown wanes

Metro Vancouver suburbs gain commercial strength as downtown wanes

Across the West, it is more than lower costs and ample parking that is driving tenants out of downtown
Mario Canseco: Reflecting on the lessons journalism legend Peter C. Newman taught me

Mario Canseco: Reflecting on the lessons journalism legend Peter C. Newman taught me

A former student of the revered journalist reflects on his time under Newman's tutelage
Federal tax changes unconstitutional, Canadian lawyers claim

Federal tax changes unconstitutional, Canadian lawyers claim

The Canadian Federation of Law Societies claims tax changes threaten unreasonable search and seizure protections, freedom from restraint and protection of solicitor-client privilege.
Rob Shaw: Eby asks retired Abbotsford police chief to review the baffling release of a 'significant threat'

Rob Shaw: Eby asks retired Abbotsford police chief to review the baffling release of a 'significant threat'

Premier says Bob Rich will have the resources needed to get to the bottom of it
Ottawa to remove GST on new rental housing, ask grocers to stabilize prices: PM

Ottawa to remove GST on new rental housing, ask grocers to stabilize prices: PM

LONDON, Ont.
Sea lice levels dropped after salmon farms removed: study

Sea lice levels dropped after salmon farms removed: study

Parasites on wild pink, chum salmon dropped 96% post salmon farm removal: Morton, Routledge
Canfor to build new mill in Houston

Canfor to build new mill in Houston

The facility will have an annual capacity of 350 million board feet
Are temporary foreign workers at risk?

Are temporary foreign workers at risk?

UN representative has urged authorities to do more to protect workers and help them become permanent residents of Canada
Old-growth logging, road building can proceed in B.C. without First Nation consent, says memo

Old-growth logging, road building can proceed in B.C. without First Nation consent, says memo

A May 2023 memo from BC Timber Sales gives direction for logging to proceed in certain old-growth forests where First Nations haven't responded or where road building elsewhere is deemed not economically feasible.
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