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Craft brewery moving into historic Port Alberni train station

Craft brewery moving into historic Port Alberni train station

Train station will be second location for award-winning Twin City Brewing
Canfor selling northeastern B.C. pulp mill for $7M

Canfor selling northeastern B.C. pulp mill for $7M

Firm says Taylor mill near Fort St. John being purchased be buyers committed to repurposing site
Radio tuning to Vista as Bell broadcasts sell-off of 21 B.C. stations

Radio tuning to Vista as Bell broadcasts sell-off of 21 B.C. stations

Move part of Bell national restructuring that includes sale of 45 stations and loss of 4,800 jobs
Short-term rental act exemption request for Parksville rejected

Short-term rental act exemption request for Parksville rejected

B.C. says any exemption dependent on vacancy rate, community frustrated with impact on ‘resort row’
Advertisers jumping the kickoff with sneak peeks of their Super Bowl ads

Advertisers jumping the kickoff with sneak peeks of their Super Bowl ads

At $7M for a 30-second spot, companies trying to maximize return on investment
Prince George newspaper bought by former city councillor

Prince George newspaper bought by former city councillor

‘I do believe firmly that there is a need for local news for communities’
Imperial Oil breaking production records as industry awaits Trans Mountain completion

Imperial Oil breaking production records as industry awaits Trans Mountain completion

Imperial has been working for some time to improve productivity and lower costs
Proposal to take Indigo private would lower scrutiny, boost flexibility: experts

Proposal to take Indigo private would lower scrutiny, boost flexibility: experts

The company has spent the bulk of the last year recovering from a major cyberattack, coping with a succession
Shift idled at Williams Lake mill as rough run continues for B.C. forestry

Shift idled at Williams Lake mill as rough run continues for B.C. forestry

Tolko’s Lakeview mill drops to one 50-hour shift per week, affecting 60 workers, fibre supply cited
U.S. softwood duties going up, along with Canada’s displeasure

U.S. softwood duties going up, along with Canada’s displeasure

Canada’s trade minister calls pending hike ‘disappointing and entirely unwarranted’