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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, October 30, 2019 – Page B3
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VANCOUVER -- A $981.7-million bid by B.C. billionaire Jim Pattison to take full control of Canfor Corp. has gained the support of the forestry firm's special committee of independent directors despite one prominent shareholder's criticisms that the offer is too low.  FULL STORY arrow
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Electric cars and fewer fish: Pattison's empire faces up to climate change space
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, October 28, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- In 1961, Jim Pattison opened a two-car showroom with three gasoline pumps, before parlaying the Pontiac-Buick dealership in Vancouver into a global conglomerate.Today, the 91-year-old B.C. billionaire is too busy working to indulge in nostalgia.  FULL STORY arrow
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Tsleil-Waututh Nation seeks more land in bid to create new neighbourhood space
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, October 25, 2019 – Page A8
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VANCOUVER -- The Tsleil-Waututh Nation is asking the federal government to approve its request to expand its reserve land to include a sprawling area in the District of North Vancouver in hopes of building a new residential and commercial neighbourhood.  FULL STORY arrow
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B.C. regulator asks Kitimat LNG to detail climate impact space
Environmental Assessment Office also seeks public feedback on Chevron-led project
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, October 16, 2019 – Page B3
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VANCOUVER -- British Columbia's environmental regulator has asked a liquefied natural gas venture led by Chevron Corp. to detail its planned B.C. terminal's impact on climate change.The B.C. Environmental Assessment Office said in a recent regulatory filing that Chevron-led Kitimat LNG plans to calculate its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from a regional and global perspective.  FULL STORY arrow
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B.C. forestry firms to report poor results space
Third-quarter earnings expected to be down as industry suffers from low wood prices and high stumpage fees
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, October 15, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- B.C. forestry companies are set to report lacklustre third-quarter financial results as tough market conditions send ripples through boardrooms and mill towns.Companies are suffering from low wood prices while paying high stumpage fees to the British Columbia government for chopping down trees, analysts say.  FULL STORY arrow
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Indigenous group plans to buy majority stake in pipeline project, leader says space
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, October 11, 2019 – Page A9
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VANCOUVER -- The leader of an Indigenous group seeking to buy a 51-percent stake in the Trans Mountain oil pipeline project says he is well-positioned to negotiate with the political party that wins the Oct. 21 federal election.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Thursday, October 10, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Four First Nations in Northern British Columbia are banding together to support energy exports as they work to attract economic investment in the region despite opposition from other Indigenous groups.  FULL STORY arrow
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By JANET MCFARLAND, BRENT JANG
Thursday, October 3, 2019 – Page B7
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-- Home sales rose sharply in Toronto and Vancouver last month as Canada's most expensive cities continued to move strongly into recovery mode after a long slump.Sales of all home types climbed by 22 per cent in the Greater Toronto Area in September compared with the same month last year, while average prices rose by 5.8 per cent. Much of the growth in activity came from a sharp rebound in sales of detached houses.  FULL STORY arrow
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Pattison urges B.C. to help towns hit by forestry downturn space
Several companies shut or scale back operations as province says its response is limited because of softwood dispute
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, September 30, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- B.C. billionaire Jim Pattison is calling on the province to provide more help to mill towns hurt by the downturn in the forestry industry.The chief executive of Jim Pattison Group, who owns 51 per cent of lumber producer Canfor Corp., said the softwood business in the B.C. Interior has been especially hard hit. ''The B.C. government needs to do more than is being done to help this industry going through the period it's in right now,'' Mr. Pattison said in an interview.  FULL STORY arrow
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Attack on Saudi oil threatens to pinch Eastern Canada supplies space
Increased prices for crude expected to result in higher prices at the pump, analyst says
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By BRENT JANG, JEFFREY JONES
Friday, September 20, 2019 – Page B1
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-- Eastern Canadian refiners are scrambling to secure crude supplies as the attack on Saudi Arabian energy infrastructure reverberates through the global oil market and has already led to higher gasoline prices in many parts of Canada.  FULL STORY arrow
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NDP sets aside $69-million to aid forestry workers amid job losses space
More than half of the funds to go toward setting up an early-retirement bridging program for older employees, minister says
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 – Page A9
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-- British Columbia's NDP government has earmarked $69-million in funding to help displaced workers in the province's ailing forestry industry cope with job cuts.B.C. Forests Minister Doug Donaldson announced on Tuesday that $40-million of the funding will go toward setting up an early-retirement bridging program for older employees in the B.C. Interior.  FULL STORY arrow
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Shell, Petronas back Ottawa's push for Paris climate accord emission credits space
While two energy companies stand to gain from exporting LNG to Asia, critics say it isn't the answer to transitioning to a low-carbon economy
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, September 11, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- Two of Canada's top energy executives are backing the federal government's plan to use a section in the Paris climate accord that would allow Canada to gain emission credits for exporting liquefied natural gas to Asia.  FULL STORY arrow
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Panel returns Canada-U.S. softwood case to ITC, citing flaws in 2017 ruling space
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, September 6, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- A binational panel has sent the CanadaU.S. softwood case back to the U.S. International Trade Commission for further review, citing flaws in the ITC's 2017 ruling that Canadian lumber shipments are injuring the U.S. forestry sector.  FULL STORY arrow
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Vancouver and Toronto rebound from housing correction as home sales surge space
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By JANET MCFARLAND, BRENT JANG
Thursday, September 5, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER, TORONTO -- Home sales rose in Toronto and Vancouver last month as buyers returned to the market in Canada's two most expensive cities, signalling that many Canadians are adapting to the country's tougher mortgage stress-test rules.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, September 4, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Crescent Point Energy Corp. is selling $912-million in assets, a major step toward cutting its debt as it shifts its focus to core oil properties in Saskatchewan.The Calgary-based company said on Tuesday that it reached private deals to sell all of its Uinta Basin oil assets in Utah for $700million and some conventional oil properties in Saskatchewan for $212-million.  FULL STORY arrow
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Vancouver port volumes jump on surge in specialty crop exports space
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By BRENT JANG
Thursday, August 15, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- The Port of Vancouver handled a record 72.5 million tonnes of cargo in the first half of this year, a bright spot for British Columbia as housing markets, the forestry sector and other parts of the economy sag.  FULL STORY arrow
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U.S. duties, slower housing starts hit B.C. softwood shipments space
Value and volume of exports fall but analysts say Pattison's Canfor bid takes long-term view of industry's tough times
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, August 14, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- The value of B.C. softwood shipments into the United States has plunged 25 per cent as American duties and lower-than-expected home construction south of the border reduce demand.  FULL STORY arrow
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Pattison bets on a lumber rebound with bid to take Canfor private space
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, August 13, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- B.C. billionaire Jim Pattison is betting on an upswing in the forestry sector as he offers $981.7-million to take full control of lumber company Canfor Corp., a bid that sparked a rally in beaten-down share prices of Canfor and other Canadian producers.  FULL STORY arrow
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RCMP investigate suspected sabotage at B.C. gondola space
Spokesman for tourist attraction says cable was, 'without question, tampered with' after cabin cars crash to the ground early Saturday
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, August 12, 2019 – Page A4
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VANCOUVER -- RCMP have launched an investigation into how someone sabotaged the Sea to Sky Gondola near Squamish, B.C., by deliberately cutting the multistrand steel cable midway along the line, weakening the entire system so that most of the 31 aerial cabin cars crashed to the ground.  FULL STORY arrow
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Pattison makes bid to take Canfor private space
Company controlled by B.C. billionaire submits $981.7-million cash offer for lumber producer as industry remains in downturn
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, August 12, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER, -- A company controlled by B.C. billionaire Jim Pattison plans to take forestry firm Canfor Corp. private with a $981.7-million cash offer that comes during an industry slump.  FULL STORY arrow
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Ottawa calls for broader impact study in jetty project space
B.C. regulator ordered to widen review of environmental effects of planned LNG berth
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, August 12, 2019 – Page A6
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VANCOUVER -- Ottawa has ordered B.C.'s environmental regulator to broaden the scope of a provincial review into a jetty project to consider the impact of increased shipping traffic on waters well beyond the planned pier.  FULL STORY arrow
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Vancouver housing sales jump as buyers seek deals space
July data for city, surrounding region show big increase amid decline in benchmark price
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By BRENT JANG
Saturday, August 3, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- Pent-up demand helped drive Greater Vancouver housing sales higher last month as buyers on the sidelines took advantage of slumping prices.The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver said on Friday there were 2,557 sales in July for various housing types in the region, up 23.5 per cent from the same month in 2018. It marked the first time monthly sales have increased year over year since January, 2018.  FULL STORY arrow
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Coastal GasLink is B.C.'s purview, NEB says space
Pipeline project is 'properly regulated' by the province, energy board says in its ruling
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By BRENT JANG
Saturday, July 27, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- The National Energy Board has ruled that the $6.2-billion Coastal GasLink project falls under provincial jurisdiction, saying the natural-gas pipeline would be transporting natural gas within British Columbia.  FULL STORY arrow
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Vancouver's port authority, tenant clash over expansion plans space
A proposed terminal to handle increased transpacific trade is being opposed by GCT Global, which has its own solution to address the need for more capacity
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Monday, July 22, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority is locked in a bitter fight against one of its own tenants over how best to expand container capacity at Canada's largest port.The powerful landlord that oversees four container terminals in the Vancouver region is warning that Canada's West Coast could run out of capacity to handle container shipments within six years.  FULL STORY arrow
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Kitimat LNG touts reserves in effort to bolster request for 40-year export licence space
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By BRENT JANG
Thursday, July 18, 2019 – Page B2
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-- A joint venture led by Chevron Corp. is proposing to rely on two energy plays in British Columbia and Alberta to help supply an export terminal for liquefied natural gas on the West Coast.  FULL STORY arrow
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Chevron seeks to revive Kitimat LNG with plans for electric plant space
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, July 15, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Chevron Corp. has submitted a revised plan to regulators to build a terminal to export liquefied natural gas from northern British Columbia, hoping to start construction by 2023.California-based Chevron, through Chevron Canada Ltd., wants to revive the much-delayed Kitimat LNG project that it coowns with Australia's Woodside Petroleum Ltd. New designs for the export terminal promote electric-motor technology in a bid to comply with British Columbia's clampdown on carbon emissions.  FULL STORY arrow
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U.S. equity firms, First Nations to buy Crown facility space
Ottawa strikes deal for coal terminal in B.C. seven years after it first announced plan to sell
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By BRENT JANG
Saturday, July 13, 2019 – Page B3
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VANCOUVER -- The federal government has reached a deal to sell a coal export terminal in northern British Columbia nearly seven years after first looking for buyers.Ridley Terminals Inc., a Crown corporation that owns the facility in the Port of Prince Rupert, will have 90 per cent of its shares sold for $350-million to a company owned by two U.S. private-equity firms. Two Indigenous groups will be the other co-owners of Ridley.  FULL STORY arrow
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Foreign buyers retreat from Vancouver housing space
International purchases, real estate prices drop in spring of 2019, three years after B.C. introduced tax to cool market
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, July 9, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Foreign buying has dropped dramatically in the Vancouver region's real estate market three years after British Columbia introduced a tax that targets international purchases, a policy move that has helped drive down prices.  FULL STORY arrow
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Benchmark house price in Greater Vancouver dips below $1-million as sales fall to 19-year low space
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By BRENT JANG
Thursday, July 4, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Greater Vancouver housing sales fell in June to a 19-year low for the month while the benchmark price for a typical home dropped below $1-million for the first time in two years.  FULL STORY arrow
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Morneau warns Coastal GasLink protesters to follow rule of law space
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, July 1, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau says anti-pipeline protesters have the right to be heard but they should be mindful of the law during construction of the $6.2-billion Coastal GasLink project in British Columbia.  FULL STORY arrow
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Danone changes course as consumers shift increasingly to plant-based food space
CEO wants his global company to be a leader in the 'revolution' that seeks to balance sustainable agriculture and sustainable diets
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, June 17, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- Danone SA chief executive officer Emmanuel Faber is forecasting that the global food industry will face a decade of changing consumer appetites in which demand will increasingly shift toward plant-based offerings.  FULL STORY arrow
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Majority of Wet'suwet'en back pipeline, activists say space
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, June 10, 2019 – Page B6
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VANCOUVER -- Three prominent Indigenous women say a majority of Wet'suwet'en Nation members are in favour of reaping economic benefits from a $6.2-billion pipeline project in British Columbia.  FULL STORY arrow
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Vancouver home sales hit 19-year low space
Prices fall to lowest in two years, while number of listings has surged to highest since 2014
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- Housing sales have slid to a 19year low in Greater Vancouver as listings languish and prices fall to levels last seen in mid-2017.Sales volume in May fell 6.9 per cent compared with the same month in 2018, and slumped 22.9 per cent beneath the 10-year average for May, the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver said on Tuesday.  FULL STORY arrow
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Ottawa says LNG exports to Asia will earn Paris accord credits space
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, June 3, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Ottawa wants to use a provision in the Paris climate accord in hopes of gaining emissions credits toward meeting Canada's targets by helping to reduce air pollution in Asia.  FULL STORY arrow
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AltaGas propane export site highlights shift to Asia space
This week's opening of B.C. site marks wider trend of LNG producers eyeing Asian markets
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, May 28, 2019 – Page B7
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VANCOUVER -- AltaGas Ltd. will open Canada's first propane export terminal on Tuesday in British Columbia, with chief executive officer Randy Crawford envisaging a trend of Canadian energy companies targeting Asian markets.  FULL STORY arrow
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AltaGas to open propane terminal in B.C. space
Prince Rupert facility to export liquefied propane to Japan and other Asian markets
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, May 20, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- AltaGas Ltd. will open a $500million propane export terminal next week in British Columbia, forging ahead during a time when energy projects have been cancelled or stalled in Canada.The terminal on Ridley Island in the Port of Prince Rupert employed nearly 250 people during the 28-month construction phase and will have almost 50 full-time plant workers for the grand opening on May 28.  FULL STORY arrow
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Ottawa to fight for relief from U.S. taxes on softwood space
At a NAFTA hearing panel in Washington, Canadian lawyers will challenge a ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, May 6, 2019 – Page B6
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VANCOUVER -- Canada will seek relief from softwood tariffs at a public hearing on Tuesday by challenging a U.S.ruling that American producers are being injured by Canadian lumber shipments.Lawyers for the Canadian government will present their oral arguments at the one-day hearing in Washington, more than two years after the United States imposed new duties on Canadian softwood producers.  FULL STORY arrow
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Vancouver home sales hit 24-year low as stress test cools market space
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, May 3, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Housing sales in the Vancouver region slumped to a 24-year low and prices are off 8.5 per cent over the past year as the market downturn deepens.The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver said on Thursday that there were 1,829 sales in April for various housing types in the region, down 29.1 per cent from the same month in 2018. The latest sales activity marked the lowest number of April transactions since 1,768 sales for that month in 1995. Last month's sales were 43.1 per cent under the 10-year average for April.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, April 30, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Two Ontario men who each lost several family members in the Ethiopian Airlines disaster have filed wrongful-death lawsuits against Boeing Co.The plaintiffs allege the U.S.plane manufacturer rushed its Max jet program into production in a race against long-time European competitor Airbus SE.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, April 23, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- A case launched by Coastal GasLink against pipeline protesters will go to court in June over whether construction workers should be allowed permanent access across a remote bridge in British Columbia.  FULL STORY arrow
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NEB considers examining B.C. pipeline plans amid standoff over jurisdiction space
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By BRENT JANG
Thursday, April 18, 2019 – Page B3
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VANCOUVER -- The National Energy Board is set to decide whether it will examine plans for a 1.5-kilometre pipeline that would connect TransCanada Corp.'s Coastal GasLink project in British Columbia with an existing energy network in northeast B.C. that extends into Alberta.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, April 9, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- A newly formed group representing 20 elected First Nation councils will present an offer on Tuesday to buy a 22.5-per-cent stake in TransCanada Corp.'s Coastal GasLink pipeline project in British Columbia.  FULL STORY arrow
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NEB urged to expedite Coastal GasLink pipeline space
TransCanada lawyer says regulator should endorse B.C.'s support for project and avoid the federal review that environmentalist wants
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Thursday, April 4, 2019 – Page B6
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VANCOUVER -- A lawyer representing TransCanada Corp.'s $6.2-billion Coastal GasLink pipeline project is urging the National Energy Board to endorse British Columbia's support for the 670-kilometre route, saying a time-consuming federal review would jeopardize construction plans.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- Housing sales in the Vancouver region tumbled to a 33-year low in March while prices have dropped for 10 consecutive months, after a series of government measures aimed at cooling off what had been a red-hot market.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, March 22, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- Two Wet'suwet'en Nation hereditary leaders plan to construct a protest camp to oppose TransCanada Corp.'s Coastal GasLink pipeline project, setting the stage for a new blockade in British Columbia.  FULL STORY arrow
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Air Canada, WestJet overhaul schedules after Max grounding space
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, March 15, 2019 – Page B6
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VANCOUVER -- Canada's two largest airlines are facing the complex logistical task of revamping their flight schedules for weeks in advance after the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max jet.Air Canada and WestJet Airlines Ltd. say they don't know how long the plane will be banned, after deadly crashes of the Max 8 in Ethiopia and Indonesia within five months. But the two Canadian carriers are rescheduling hundreds of flights for the days and weeks ahead, including scrambling to find replacement aircraft during a busy travel period.  FULL STORY arrow
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Crash raises questions about Boeing's role in pilot training space
U.S. manufacturer has been under pressure to co-ordinate with airlines to teach aviators about Max 8's complexities, industry experts say
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Thursday, March 14, 2019 – Page A4
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VANCOUVER -- Boeing Co.'s 737 Max program had been a financial star with more than 5,000 orders, but two deadly crashes in five months have raised questions about whether the U.S. aircraft maker has done enough since the plane's introduction in 2017 to ensure pilots receive sufficient training.  FULL STORY arrow
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Canada, U.S. refuse to join grounding of Max 8 space
Garneau says government won't 'get swept up by emotion' even as 40 countries ban plane after two deadly crashes in five months
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By NICOLAS VAN PRAET, BRENT JANG
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 – Page A1
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MONTREAL VANCOUVER -- Canada has not yet grounded the Boeing 737 Max plane despite at least 40 countries across Europe and Asia banning the jet after two deadly crashes in five months.Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau emphasized Canada's air safety record, two days after the Max 8 crash in Ethiopia that killed 18 Canadians and 139 other people. ''It's important for us not to jump to conclusions and let ourselves get swept up by emotion,'' Mr. Garneau said Tuesday in Montreal, adding: ''Canada doesn't know what caused this accident nor do the countries in question.''  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG, ERIC ATKINS
Monday, March 11, 2019 – Page A10
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VANCOUVER; TORONTO -- The aircraft in the Ethiopian Airlines disaster, the Boeing 737 Max 8, is a new model that is now the focus of intense scrutiny by aviation safety authorities after two crashes in five months.  FULL STORY arrow
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B.C. energy body rejects protesters' claims space
Oil and Gas Commission says it doesn't think Indigenous artifacts originated where they were found on the pipeline route
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, March 11, 2019 – Page A4
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VANCOUVER -- B.C.'s energy regulator has dismissed a complaint from protesters who assert that Coastal GasLink pipeline workers bulldozed their way through a culturally important Indigenous site, but hereditary chiefs have renewed efforts in court to fight further construction.  FULL STORY arrow
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Vancouver's cooling market shrinks price of average house by $1-million space
Price of detached homes falls to $2,070,030 from $3,080,563 over 16 months amid tax measures, higher interest rates and mortgage stress test
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, March 8, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- The average price of detached houses sold in Vancouver has plunged more than $1-million over a 16-month period, a 33per-cent decline as the downturn in real estate deepens, newly released statistics show.  FULL STORY arrow
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Vancouver's February home sales hit lowest since 2009 space
Prices for detached units drop 16.9 per cent from a year ago, with number of total transactions down 32.8 per cent from the same month in 2018
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Tuesday, March 5, 2019 – Page B3
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VANCOUVER -- February sales for various housing types in the Vancouver area have tumbled to a 10-year low, with the market for detached houses getting hit the hardest.The price for detached properties sold in the region averaged $1,442,863 last month, down 16.9 per cent from February, 2018, the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver said on Monday.  FULL STORY arrow
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Wet'suwet'en chief defends move to strip title from Coastal GasLink supporter space
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, February 27, 2019 – Page A4
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VANCOUVER -- A Wet'suwet'en Nation chief who took over a hereditary position from an Indigenous woman because she supports the Coastal GasLink pipeline is defending the decision to strip away her title, saying he has been groomed since childhood for a leadership role.  FULL STORY arrow
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Three Indigenous women lose hereditary titles over pipeline space
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, February 26, 2019 – Page A1
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VANCOUVER -- Wet'suwet'en Nation chiefs who oppose the $6.2-billion Coastal GasLink pipeline route in British Columbia stripped hereditary titles away from three Indigenous women who support the project.  FULL STORY arrow
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Steelhead LNG halts Kwispaa project space
CEO says a final investment decision for the proposed export terminal will be delayed indefinitely
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, February 19, 2019 – Page B2
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VICTORIA -- A liquefied natural gas project planned for Vancouver Island has been halted, the latest setback for LNG proponents in British Columbia.''We're talking about a pause,'' said Nigel Kuzemko, chief executive at Steelhead LNG, which oversees the Vancouver Island project, called Kwispaa LNG. ''Certainly for us, it's a timeout.''  FULL STORY arrow
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China's slowing economic growth cuts into demand for B.C. softwood lumber space
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, February 18, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- B.C. softwood lumber shipments to China are in decline as that country's slowing economic growth pinches demand for one of Canada's key exports.The volume and value of B.C.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Saturday, February 9, 2019 – Page A2
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-- Cheers broke out when the Boeing 747's nose tilted to the sky and the inaugural test flight began for the world's first wide-body plane - a jumbo jet that would usher in an era of long-haul travel. Fifty years ago, at Paine Field in Everett, Wash., Boeing chief engineer Joe Sutter and other employees watched as the plane landed safely after nearly 75 minutes in the air.  FULL STORY arrow
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Coastal GasLink pipeline at risk unless company granted access, court told space
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, February 6, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- A TransCanada Corp. vice-president who headed Coastal GasLink for nearly seven years has warned that the $6.2-billion pipeline project will be at risk of being cancelled unless workers are allowed unfettered access across an Indigenous protest camp.  FULL STORY arrow
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In Vancouver, housing sales tumble to 10-year low space
Benchmark price has fallen for eight consecutive months as stricter mortgage rules and B.C. taxes on real estate slow demand
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, February 5, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Call it Exhibit A for the state of Vancouver's slumping market for detached houses.In a gauge for rundown properties, a buyer paid $1,980,000 last month for a three-bedroom teardown in the city's Point Grey neighbourhood, nearly three years after the seller bought it for $2,880,000.  FULL STORY arrow
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Ex-chief leads Indigenous bid to invest in B.C. pipeline space
Coastal GasLink is crucial to raising living standards for communities along its route, First Nations LNG Alliance CEO says
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, January 30, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- The head of an Indigenous group will be organizing efforts by elected chiefs to buy into TransCanada Corp.'s Coastal GasLink pipeline project in British Columbia, pitting them against protesters led by hereditary leaders.  FULL STORY arrow
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TransCanada hires RBC to sell stake in B.C. pipeline space
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, January 29, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- TransCanada Corp. has hired RBC Capital Markets Inc. to manage the planned sale of a majority stake in Coastal GasLink, a $6.2-billion pipeline project that has been the target of protests led by a group of hereditary chiefs in British Columbia.  FULL STORY arrow
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LNG Canada vows to press ahead with terminal space
CEO says plant will be built on West Coast despite opposition to connecting Coastal GasLink pipeline
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- The chief executive officer of LNG Canada says it may not be possible to gain unanimous support for Canadian energy projects, and vows to press ahead with constructing an $18-billion liquefiednatural-gas terminal on the West Coast even as a group of hereditary chiefs opposes the pipeline that would feed the plant.  FULL STORY arrow
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Celebrities and activists back pipeline opponents space
Almost 300 people, including some top Canadian indie stars, voiced solidarity with the Unist'ot'en blockade
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 – Page A9
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VANCOUVER -- A group led by Canadian musicians has issued an open letter to back hereditary chiefs fighting against a natural gas pipeline project in the B.C. Interior - taking sides in the complex dispute between Indigenous protesters and TransCanada Corp.  FULL STORY arrow
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Celebrities and activists back pipeline opponents space
Almost 300 people, including some top Canadian indie stars, voiced solidarity with the Unist'ot'en blockade
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Tuesday, January 22, 2019 – Page A9
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VANCOUVER -- A group led by Canadian musicians has issued an open letter to back hereditary chiefs fighting against a natural gas pipeline project in the B.C. Interior - taking sides in the complex dispute between Indigenous protesters and TransCanada Corp.  FULL STORY arrow
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NEB to examine jurisdiction of plans for pipeline space
B.C. environmentalist argues that Coastal GasLink requires federal approval
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, January 14, 2019 – Page A6
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SMITHERS, B.C. -- A $6.2-billion pipeline project, already disrupted by fierce opposition from hereditary chiefs in the B.C. Interior, will be undergoing scrutiny to determine whether a fresh regulatory review is required.  FULL STORY arrow
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A contested pipeline tests the landscape of Indigenous law - who controls the land? space
Pipeline owners say they have consent, but Wet'suwet'en leaders are divided
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By JUSTINE HUNTER, BRENT JANG, WENDY STUECK, SHAWN MCCARTHY
Saturday, January 12, 2019 – Page A12
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-- With members of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation blockading a pipeline project on their traditional lands, Na'moks was standing by a crackling campfire, next to an RCMP checkpoint, drawing in the snow with his right boot.  FULL STORY arrow
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Wet'suwet'en, RCMP strike deal granting workers temporary access to pipeline site space
Days after 14 arrests at checkpoint spurred rallies across country, members of First Nation agree to injunction, but still oppose project
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By BRENT JANG, ANDREA WOO
Friday, January 11, 2019 – Page A3
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SMITHERS, B.C. VANCOUVER -- Members of the Wet'suwet'en Nation blocking access to the site of a proposed natural gas pipeline have reached a deal to comply with an interim court injunction to grant workers temporary entry to the area but remain ''adamantly opposed'' to the project.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG, ANDREA WOO, ALASTAIR SPRIGGS, GLORIA GALLOWAY
Wednesday, January 9, 2019 – Page A1
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HOUSTON, B.C. VANCOUVER VANCOUVER OTTAWA -- After RCMP moves in to arrest 14 members of the Wet'suwet'en Nation, support spreads across the country for a group opposing a natural gas pipeline that would run through its traditional territory Opposition to a natural gas pipeline running through northern British Columbia is surging, with dozens of rallies halting traffic in Vancouver and city centres, and one group of protesters forcing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to change venues for a meeting with Indigenous leaders.  FULL STORY arrow
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Increase in detached-home listings for less than $1-million is forecast after region sees fewest transactions in 18 years
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, January 4, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- Housing sales in 2018 in the Vancouver region slid to an 18-year low as prices for detached homes in some areas dropped at least 10 per cent.While prices for detached properties in many neighbourhoods on Vancouver's West Side have declined to levels not seen since early 2016, the affordability crisis is far from over, said Andy Yan, director of Simon Fraser University's City Program.  FULL STORY arrow
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Vancouver detached-housing market drops space
Lululemon founder's mansion, B.C.'s most expensive residential property, leads trend with 7.3-per-cent decline
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By BRENT JANG
Thursday, January 3, 2019 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- The assessed value of Lululemon Athletica Inc. founder Chip Wilson's Vancouver mansion has fallen 7.3 per cent, part of the downward trend in the region's market for detached houses.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, December 31, 2018 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- The B.C. government's measures designed to cool off the Vancouver region's housing market will take full effect in 2019, setting the stage for a continuation of sluggish sales.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, December 28, 2018 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Lumber producers in British Columbia are bracing for a tough 2019 amid concerns over Canada-China trade, the U.S. housing market and American tariffs on Canadian softwood.The long-term opportunity for boosting lumber exports to China remains huge, despite recent trade tensions, B.C. forestry executives say.  FULL STORY arrow
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Exxon cancels plans for $25-billion LNG project in B.C. space
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, December 21, 2018 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Exxon Mobil Corp. has scrapped plans for a $25-billion liquefied natural gas terminal in British Columbia, the latest LNG project cancelled on the West Coast.While Royal Dutch Shell PLC announced in October that it will forge ahead with the massive LNG Canada joint venture in Kitimat, B.C., at least 15 LNG proposals in the province have either been cancelled or stalled over the past two years.  FULL STORY arrow
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VANCOUVER POLICE INVESTIGATE ATTEMPTED BREAK-IN AT ARRESTED HUAWEI EXECUTIVE'S HOUSE space
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, December 10, 2018 – Page A15
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-- VANCOUVER Vancouver police are investigating an attempted break-in at a house co-owned by Huawei Technologies executive Meng Wanzhou.The house in the city's Dunbar neighbourhood is registered to Ms. Meng's husband, Liu Xiaozong, though she has said they purchased the property together in 2009.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, December 10, 2018 – Page A7
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VANCOUVER -- A decade after she joined Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., Meng Wanzhou paid her first visit to Vancouver in 2003 as a tourist from China.She grew fond of the West Coast, and sent two of her four children to attend school in Vancouver. She even became a permanent resident in Canada, although she later relinquished that status. Her husband studied for a master's degree in British Columbia's largest city. Over the years, inlaws stayed summers at one of the couple's two properties.  FULL STORY arrow
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TransCanada unit seeks court's assistance in standoff with Unist'ot'en blockade space
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, December 10, 2018 – Page B5
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VANCOUVER -- TransCanada Corp.'s Coastal GasLink subsidiary will seek a court order this week to dismantle a blockade backed by a group of hereditary Indigenous leaders who are trying to halt construction on a $6.2-billion pipeline project.  FULL STORY arrow
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Vancouver home sales fell to 10-year low last month as regulations hit demand space
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, December 5, 2018 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- Housing sales in the Vancouver region slid to a 10-year low as a series of federal and provincial measures have dampened demand.Mortgage rates have steadily risen since mid-2017 and the federal banking regulator implemented a stress test on Jan. 1, 2018, making it tougher for buyers to qualify for mortgages.  FULL STORY arrow
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Binational panel formed to review softwood dispute space
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, December 4, 2018 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- A binational panel has been formed to review the battle between Canada and the United States over softwood lumber, with three Canadians and two Americans appointed to make a ruling under NAFTA's contentious Chapter 19 dispute-resolution mechanism.  FULL STORY arrow
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B.C. economy to surge ahead on LNG Canada project: report space
Province to reap benefits from approved Kitimat plant for years to come, economist says
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By BRENT JANG
Tuesday, November 20, 2018 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- British Columbia's economy is forecast to shine for the next two years as construction starts on a $40-billion liquefied natural gas project in the northern part of the province.  FULL STORY arrow
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LNG Canada: A giant energy project finds a way forward after a string of industry failures space
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By BRENT JANG
Saturday, November 17, 2018 – Page B1
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KITIMAT, B.C. -- A long a rugged shoreline in Northern British Columbia, Canada's global energy ambitions are taking a longawaited step forward.At the head of the Douglas Channel, an inlet lined with rolling coastal mountains, workers are busy developing the expansive $18-billion LNG Canada export terminal, which will launch tankers full of liquefied natural gas to energy-hungry markets abroad. The ships will navigate pristine inland waterways before reaching the open Pacific Ocean and setting sail for Asia.  FULL STORY arrow
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Hopes for B.C. LNG industry dimmed by climate plan space
One major plant, now approved, will use up a large share of province's emissions
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By JUSTINE HUNTER, BRENT JANG
Friday, November 9, 2018 – Page A16
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VICTORIA VANCOUVER -- B.C. Environment Minister George Heyman is completing a new climate action plan that accounts for massive new greenhouse gas emissions for the first phase of the LNG Canada project, but dims the prospects for a major industry to blossom on Canada's West Coast.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Saturday, November 3, 2018 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- Housing sales in the Vancouver region have fallen to their lowest level in six years as price declines extend beyond single-family detached properties to condos and townhouses.''The affordability situation is improving across all segments of the market,'' said Josh Gordon, assistant professor at Simon Fraser University's school of public policy.  FULL STORY arrow
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Approval of LNG project ignites housing market in Kitimat, B.C. space
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, October 15, 2018 – Page B1
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KITIMAT, B.C. -- The real estate market in Kitimat, B.C., is on a tear even as officials at an energy megaproject emphasize that there will be enough rooms available to accommodate an influx of construction workers.  FULL STORY arrow
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After 'many ups and downs,' Kitimat residents brace for boom with LNG megaproject space
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, October 8, 2018 – Page A8
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KITIMAT, B.C. -- It's a new beginning for the residents of this northern B.C. community.After LNG Canada said it would go forward with a $40-billion energy megaproject in Kitimat, more than 1,000 people gathered to celebrate the area's impending economic boom times.  FULL STORY arrow
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How B.C. is embracing one while fighting another
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By JUSTINE HUNTER, BRENT JANG
Saturday, October 6, 2018 – Page A12
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VICTORIA VANCOUVER -- This past week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined B.C. Premier John Horgan to celebrate a decision by investors to approve LNG Canada, a major infrastructure project to export liquefied natural gas. ''It's a good day for Canada,'' Mr. Trudeau said. Alberta's Premier, Rachel Notley, could barely muster applause - Mr.  FULL STORY arrow
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LNG Canada forges ahead with $40-billion B.C. project space
Construction of liquefied natural gas export terminal to create thousands of jobs, which Trudeau cites as proof country is an attractive place for investors
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By BRENT JANG, SHAWN MCCARTHY AND JUSTINE HUNTER
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 – Page A1
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VANCOUVER, OTTAWA And VICTORIA -- A $40-billion energy megaproject on the West Coast has been approved in a decision expected to revitalize the economy of northern British Columbia.LNG Canada says it will create thousands of temporary jobs and hundreds of permanent ones in a region that has been an economic laggard as the Royal Dutch Shell PLCled liquefied natural gas project in Kitimat, B.C., forges ahead with construction.  FULL STORY arrow
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By JANET MCFARLAND, BRENT JANG
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 – Page B3
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-- Home sales in the Vancouver region spiralled lower in September while prices are slowly easing in Canada's most expensive housing market.The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) said the number of homes sold in September fell 43.5 per cent compared with September last year, marking the weakest September for sales in six years.  FULL STORY arrow
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After Friday's approval of Kitimat terminal by two partners, source says other three could decide in next 10 days
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By BRENT JANG, JUSTINE HUNTER, SHAWN MCCARTHY
Monday, October 1, 2018 – Page A3
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VANCOUVER; VICTORIA; OTTAWA -- A $40-billion project to export liquefied natural gas from northern British Columbia is rapidly gaining momentum as the coowners strive toward making an announcement for LNG Canada's go-ahead within days.  FULL STORY arrow
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As he turns 90, Jim Pattison is still fine-tuning his business empire space
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By BRENT JANG
Monday, October 1, 2018 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Jim Pattison had a mission: Saskatchewan or bust.Determined to make the lengthy drive to the Prairie province from Vancouver, the B.C. billionaire embarked on his journey in mid-September, bound for his hometown of Luseland.  FULL STORY arrow
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Two LNG partners approve B.C. terminal space
With green light from PetroChina and Kogas for Kitimat project, LNG Canada edges closer to its goal, but will wait for unanimous approval
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By BRENT JANG, JUSTINE HUNTER, SHAWN MCCARTHY
Saturday, September 29, 2018 – Page B19
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VANCOUVER; VICTORIA; OTTAWA -- Two of the five partners in a liquefied natural-gas project have given their approval for plans to build an export terminal in British Columbia as the LNG Canada consortium edges closer to deciding whether to forge ahead.  FULL STORY arrow
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Kitimat residents hopeful as LNG project takes shape space
Shell-led company is in the preliminary preparation stage for the construction of a $40-billion natural gas export terminal
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By BRENT JANG, JUSTINE HUNTER
Thursday, September 27, 2018 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER, VICTORIA -- Excitement is building in Kitimat, B.C., after the federal government cleared the way for a proposed liquefied natural gas project that would require thousands of construction workers.A work camp is starting to take shape in Kitimat - activity that local residents see as evidence that Royal Dutch Shell PLC-led LNG Canada will go ahead with the construction of a terminal that would supercool natural gas into liquid form, with LNG then shipped to energy-thirsty customers in Asia.  FULL STORY arrow
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Ottawa clears way for proposed LNG terminal on B.C. coast space
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By SHAWN MCCARTHY, BRENT JANG AND JUSTINE HUNTER
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 – Page A1
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OTTAWA, VANCOUVER And VICTORIA -- The federal government is clearing a path for a proposed $40-billion liquefied natural gas project in British Columbia by agreeing that the coastal terminal should not be subject to steel tariffs that would add $1-billion in costs.  FULL STORY arrow
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Haisla Nation backs TransCanada's natural gas pipeline in B.C. space
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, September 14, 2018 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- The Haisla Nation, an Indigenous group that opposed plans for the controversial Northern Gateway oil pipeline, has thrown its support behind TransCanada Corp.'s proposed natural gas route in northern British Columbia.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Thursday, September 13, 2018 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Canada is losing ground in its battle against international bribery even as it faces intense global pressure to combat financial crime.A report by Transparency International, released on Wednesday, said Canada fell in its latest global rankings of enforcement against corruption, placing it near ''the back of the pack'' of OECD countries that are assessed on foreign bribery enforcement.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Wednesday, September 12, 2018 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- The U.S. Department of Commerce has rejected a request from Canada's shake and shingle industry to be exempt from tariffs against Canadian softwood lumber.The recently formed Shake and Shingle Alliance asked the Commerce Department in June to review the scope of products that fall under the softwood file. U.S. tariffs average 20.23 per cent against most Canadian lumber sent south of the border.  FULL STORY arrow
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Thursday, September 6, 2018 – Page B8
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VANCOUVER -- Buyers' fear of being left out is waning as real estate sales in the Vancouver region decline to a sixyear low while prices for various housing types weaken during a summer slump.  FULL STORY arrow
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Ottawa seeks Indigenous input as it puts B.C.'s Ridley coal terminal back on block space
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By BRENT JANG
Friday, August 10, 2018 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- Ottawa plans to sell Ridley Terminals Inc., a federal Crown corporation that owns a B.C. coal export facility, to buyers that could include Indigenous groups partnering with a private-sector firm.  FULL STORY arrow
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By BRENT JANG
Thursday, August 9, 2018 – Page B2
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VANCOUVER -- A Washington State newsprint mill that sparked a cross-border trade battle has fired back at Canadian paper producers, saying they are exaggerating the impact of U.S. tariffs.North Pacific Paper Co., also known as Norpac, lodged a complaint with the U.S. Department of Commerce in August, 2017, alleging unfair competition from Canadian producers of uncoated groundwood paper, including newsprint and book-grade paper.  FULL STORY arrow
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Firm begins prepping B.C. site; analysts say Canadian levies could inflate Kitimat project costs by at least $1-billion
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Tuesday, August 7, 2018 – Page B3
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VANCOUVER -- A liquefied natural gas venture led by Royal Dutch Shell PLC is preparing a B.C. site for possible construction, should the Kitimat project receive a favourable court ruling on Canadian tariffs.  FULL STORY arrow
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Friday, August 3, 2018 – Page B1
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VANCOUVER -- The U.S. Department of Commerce has reduced tariffs it is imposing against most Canadian newsprint in its final ruling, a move that lessens the impact on American newspapers already struggling financially.  FULL STORY arrow
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