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After approving a controversial capital project, B.C.'s government must face the wrath of environmentalists

British Columbia provincial parliament building, Victoria, BC

New tax measures are part of the government’s aim to improve housing affordability

Rating reflects province’s healthy economy

The B.C. Liberals will need to find new ways to engage alienated voters despite their fiscal restraint - or maybe because of it

The changes aim to increase access to capital for B.C. issuers

Western Life must contact everyone who’s been insured through payday lenders

Greater engagement with indigenous communities needed: SHARE

Surging employment, consumer demand and rising exports will drive solid growth through 2020

B.C.'s heavy focus on megaprojects and cost-cutting is likely to come to an end under the new NDP government

The latest forecast from the Central 1 Credit Union says the provinces’ economic growth this year will fall far short of the 3.8% expansion recorded in 2016

The number of minor car collisions, and resulting litigation costs, is soaring in B.C., while critics say the public insurer is being used by the government as a cash cow