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Metro Vancouver sewage plant looks to neutralize acidic oceans, remove CO2

Metro Vancouver sewage plant looks to neutralize acidic oceans, remove CO2

Canadian company looks to dump crushed rock into Burrard Inlet to speed up geologic processes, remove carbon dioxide from ocean
Bird Construction acquires Surrey's Jacob Bros to expand Western Canada footprint

Bird Construction acquires Surrey's Jacob Bros to expand Western Canada footprint

Local firms will keep its team and brand following $135M deal
Strange summer for B.C. politics gone wild, as alliances shift ahead of fall vote

Strange summer for B.C. politics gone wild, as alliances shift ahead of fall vote

Former political foes are forging once unimaginable unions, an established party faces annihilation at the ballot box and heavyweights from the ruling New Democrats have waited until summer to announce their retirements.
Vancouver International Jazz Festival struggles to find sponsors, faces cuts

Vancouver International Jazz Festival struggles to find sponsors, faces cuts

Summer music festival's budget has fallen in the past two years, is less than half of what it was pre-pandemic
Productivity hacks: 15 ways to overcome interruptions in office and home workspaces

Productivity hacks: 15 ways to overcome interruptions in office and home workspaces

Here are 15 that my clients have told me really work for them, both in the office and from a distance
WestJet and mechanics' union ratify contract in aftermath of strike

WestJet and mechanics' union ratify contract in aftermath of strike

CALGARY — A collective agreement between WestJet and its mechanics has been ratified, just weeks after a two-day strike forced large-scale flight cancellations and cost the airline millions of dollars.
B.C. Securities Commission and BC Ferries fix FOI fee malpractice

B.C. Securities Commission and BC Ferries fix FOI fee malpractice

The B.C. Securities Commission and BC Ferries are now accepting digital payments for fees they have recently imposed on freedom of information (FOI) requests.
Apple launches Vision Pro in Canada, but $5,000 price tag could make people 'pause'

Apple launches Vision Pro in Canada, but $5,000 price tag could make people 'pause'

Canadians can now get their hands on Apple's flashiest piece of technology, but some warn they shouldn’t expect the device to become ubiquitous just yet.
Work stoppage averted for Richmond, B.C., boating production workers, machinists

Work stoppage averted for Richmond, B.C., boating production workers, machinists

RICHMOND, B.C. — A union representing 320 production workers, machinists and maintenance personnel for a boating manufacturing company in Richmond, B.C., say it has averted a work stoppage.
‘Nightmare’ permitting strangling B.C. solar industry, say installers

‘Nightmare’ permitting strangling B.C. solar industry, say installers

New B.C. government rebates of up to $10,000 could ignite a boom in solar energy. But some warn permitting hurdles are sending the province on a 'solar coaster.'