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Updated: With no floatel, what happens next with the LNG project in Squamish?

Updated: With no floatel, what happens next with the LNG project in Squamish?

Province says District and WLNG need to figure out what’s next; WLNG says it will continue to work with the District.
No evidence Big Three acting as fibre wholesalers would hurt smaller providers: CRTC

No evidence Big Three acting as fibre wholesalers would hurt smaller providers: CRTC

The CRTC has denied a request by Bell Canada and some independent internet providers for an expedited decision that would prevent large carriers from using rivals' fibre networks to offer their services to customers.
Intact launches wildfire damage protection pilot ahead of elevated-risk season

Intact launches wildfire damage protection pilot ahead of elevated-risk season

TORONTO — Intact Financial Corp. says it has launched a pilot program to reduce wildfire damage to customers' homes in Western Canada as another season of elevated fire risk approaches.
Ballard Power Systems Q1 loss grows from year ago, revenue up 9%

Ballard Power Systems Q1 loss grows from year ago, revenue up 9%

VANCOUVER — Ballard Power Systems saw its first-quarter loss deepen compared with a year ago as its revenue rose nine per cent. The Vancouver-based fuel cell maker, which keeps its books in U.S.
Vancouver mulls viewing area for 'amazing' Canucks' fans in Stanley Cup playoffs

Vancouver mulls viewing area for 'amazing' Canucks' fans in Stanley Cup playoffs

Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim says the city is "exploring potential public viewing opportunities" for the Vancouver Canucks' Round 2 playoff series against Edmonton.
40 London Drugs stores reopen after cybersecurity shutdown

40 London Drugs stores reopen after cybersecurity shutdown

RICHMOND, B.C. — London Drugs has reopened about half of its stores across Western Canada more than a week after a cybersecurity breach forced the retailer to close.
Ex-employee wins overtime, vacation-pay battle with Burnaby medical mask maker

Ex-employee wins overtime, vacation-pay battle with Burnaby medical mask maker

Vitacore Industries Inc. and associated firm Absolute Building Science Strata Engineering Inc. have been ordered to pay a $2,000 employment standards penalty and nearly $52,000 in unpaid overtime and vacation pay to a former employee of both companies.
Canada’s biggest, newest oil pipeline in a decade has not-so-grand opening

Canada’s biggest, newest oil pipeline in a decade has not-so-grand opening

After years of challenges and delays, the controversial Trans Mountain expansion project has started carrying Alberta crude to B.C.
London Drugs begins 'gradual reopening' of stores after cybersecurity incident

London Drugs begins 'gradual reopening' of stores after cybersecurity incident

Its stores have been closed since a cyberattack was reported on April 28.

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Suncor earnings Suncor Energy Inc.