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Global EV mandates would require 388 new mines, says Fraser Institute

Global EV mandates would require 388 new mines, says Fraser Institute

Demand for battery metals for EVs far exceeds global mining capacity
Playland’s new rollercoaster costing more than originally announced

Playland’s new rollercoaster costing more than originally announced

Disclosed costs up by 77 per cent
Speed-on-green cameras widely supported by British Columbians, survey shows

Speed-on-green cameras widely supported by British Columbians, survey shows

Many British Columbians in favour of initiatives to reduce driving speeds
Densification push threatens to squeeze out small businesses

Densification push threatens to squeeze out small businesses

Land rush, tax crush expected as new measures clarify entitlements
B.C's speculation tax on homes expands by 13 new municipalities

B.C's speculation tax on homes expands by 13 new municipalities

VICTORIA — British Columbia's New Democrat government is expanding one of its first measures to combat the housing crisis to include 13 more communities.
Police allege ex-Canucks prospect Prab Rai committed 'large scale' fraud

Police allege ex-Canucks prospect Prab Rai committed 'large scale' fraud

Prab Rai was drafted in the fifth round of the 2008 NHL entry draft after a junior hockey career in Prince George and Seattle.
Vancouver taxpayers could face 7.6% tax hike in 2024

Vancouver taxpayers could face 7.6% tax hike in 2024

Meanwhile, police and fire departments predict combined $6.9-million deficit this year.
Metro Vancouver transit ridership accelerating but below pre-pandemic level

Metro Vancouver transit ridership accelerating but below pre-pandemic level

Trend is in sync with national data
India restores e-visa services for Canadians. The move could ease diplomatic tensions

India restores e-visa services for Canadians. The move could ease diplomatic tensions

NEW DELHI (AP) — India restored electronic visa services for Canadian nationals, an Indian foreign ministry official said Wednesday, two months after Canada alleged the South Asian nation was involved in the assassination of a Sikh separatist in Cana
British Columbians losing confidence government will reduce cellphone costs, says poll

British Columbians losing confidence government will reduce cellphone costs, says poll

Majorities of users are dissatisfied with how much their mobile phones cost them each month.