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Delta cannabis growing starts using RNG

Delta cannabis growing starts using RNG

The direct replacement for natural gas uses state-of-the-art technologies
Tax filing changes 'raising the burden' on B.C. taxpayers

Tax filing changes 'raising the burden' on B.C. taxpayers

From the Forced Labour Act to electronic filing rules, individuals and businesses can expect more change and complexity when preparing returns.
Law Society of BC to be disbanded under new legislation

Law Society of BC to be disbanded under new legislation

The new law means, in theory, you will be able to have broader access to legal services at a more affordable rate than lawyers. One stakeholder suggests lawyers opposed to the move wish to perpetuate a system that 'does not work for so many people.'
Home prices expected to climb 4.9% in 2024 as sales rise last month: CREA

Home prices expected to climb 4.9% in 2024 as sales rise last month: CREA

The Canadian Real Estate Association says it's now expecting the national average home price to climb 4.9 per cent on an annual basis to $710,468, more than double the hike it had predicted at the start of 2024.
'Micro-weddings' at Vancouver city hall reach almost 600 since 2020

'Micro-weddings' at Vancouver city hall reach almost 600 since 2020

James Watson: "We picked an iconic venue, which is quite a nice place to get married."
Film studio development in Burnaby falls through, mayor now wants to 'protect' land

Film studio development in Burnaby falls through, mayor now wants to 'protect' land

The plan for a new film production studio in Big Bend by Larco Investments (Bridge Studios) is not going ahead, according to the Burnaby mayor.
Martini Film Studios takes majority stake in Lighthouse Pictures

Martini Film Studios takes majority stake in Lighthouse Pictures

The acquisition is part of a larger effort by Martini to grow production activity and the studio's brand
Kamloops city council backs Sun Peaks bid for exemption from foreign homebuyer ban

Kamloops city council backs Sun Peaks bid for exemption from foreign homebuyer ban

Resort community argues unique needs, tourist economy justify exemption
A 'vicious cycle' is scaring away investment from B.C. forests, says industry

A 'vicious cycle' is scaring away investment from B.C. forests, says industry

At an annual meeting of forest executives and insiders, industry offered a consistent message: dwindling wood fibre and regulatory uncertainty is scaring away investment in B.C.
B.C. seeks to regulate electricity for cryptocurrency miners, citing huge demands

B.C. seeks to regulate electricity for cryptocurrency miners, citing huge demands

VICTORIA — British Columbia is proposing legal changes that would allow the government to regulate the supply of electricity to cryptocurrency miners.