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B.C.'s drought: Dry conditions spur changes to BCWS wildfire suppression tactics

B.C.'s drought: Dry conditions spur changes to BCWS wildfire suppression tactics

Drought conditions and drier fuels mean wildfires can burn deeper.
Burnaby's population growth prompts $1.25B energy expansion projects

Burnaby's population growth prompts $1.25B energy expansion projects

"As our city continues to grow rapidly, these upgrades and expansions will ensure that our residents and businesses have access to reliable and clean electricity."
B.C.'s Eby frustrated at Quebec immigration money 'at the expense' of Western Canada

B.C.'s Eby frustrated at Quebec immigration money 'at the expense' of Western Canada

WHITEHORSE — Federal immigration money is being "showered down" on Ontario and Quebec "at the expense" of Western Canada, British Columbia Premier David Eby said.
Right, centre-right must unify or lose to NDP: Christy Clark

Right, centre-right must unify or lose to NDP: Christy Clark

Former Liberal premier warns of vote splitting if BC United can't be united with Conservatives
RCMP, B.C. Securities Commission deliver warnings to 10 suspected 'money mules'

RCMP, B.C. Securities Commission deliver warnings to 10 suspected 'money mules'

SURREY, B.C.
Pump brakes on land use changes: former B.C. premier Glen Clark

Pump brakes on land use changes: former B.C. premier Glen Clark

Former premier talks about 'crisis' in B.C. forestry sector at BCBC Business Summit
Liberals say foreign meddling inquiry should look into MP allegations

Liberals say foreign meddling inquiry should look into MP allegations

OTTAWA — The Liberals support an effort to have the foreign interference inquiry investigate allegations against MPs, Democratic Institutions Minister Dominic LeBlanc said Monday.
Union representing Canadian border agents moves strike deadline to Friday at midnight

Union representing Canadian border agents moves strike deadline to Friday at midnight

The Public Service Alliance of Canada says it has moved its strike deadline to Friday at 12:01 a.m.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (22,069.76, up 62.76 points): Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (TSX:CNQ). Energy. Up 87 cents, or 0.90 per cent, to $97.61 on 19.
S&P/TSX composite posts small gain Monday, U.S. stock markets also up

S&P/TSX composite posts small gain Monday, U.S. stock markets also up

TORONTO — Strength in the energy, technology and base metal sectors helped Canada's main stock index post a small gain on Monday, while U.S. stock markets also rose. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 62.76 points at 22,069.76.