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$40B LNG project in northern B.C. gets go-ahead

Construction is going ahead on a massive, $40-billion liquefied natural gas project in northern B.C., hours after five primary investors from five different countries...

Political directives have undermined B.C. Hydro’s finances, auditor general says

Politicians should stop bossing around the independent regulator that oversees B.C. Hydro so the province can get a true sense of what electricity rates...

Stakes couldn’t be higher in Site C injunction case | Vaughn Palmer

After years of budget overruns, construction delays and political controversy with Site C, B.C. Hydro is back in court this week, fighting a legal...

All this massive LNG project needs is the thumbs up from its owners to...

With B.C.'s NDP government onside, the LNG Canada project is tantalizingly close to going ahead and 'would be a real missed opportunity for Canada'...

Premier Horgan offers up tax breaks for LNG industry

Premier John Horgan is offering to exempt liquefied natural gas projects from the provincial sales tax on construction, reduce the carbon tax and scrap...

BC Hydro awards $1.6B contract to help complete Site C hydroelectric dam

BC Hydro has awarded the second of three major contracts to complete the Site C hydroelectric dam. The $1.6-billion contract will cover the construction of...

B.C. auditor offers advice on utilities commission after previous studies

British Columbia'a auditor general says the provincial government should clarify whether it intends to act on two task forces that identified risks to the...

NDP government decides to continue construction on Site C dam

B.C.’s New Democrat government will continue building the Site C dam, choosing to finish the contentious project started by the previous Liberal government rather...

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