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MONEY MONITOR: Investing vs. paying down a mortgage

One financial planning expert says low interest rates give Canadians enough reason to not pay debt

U.S. lumber retaliation ‘irresponsible,’ NDP leader John Horgan says

Christy Clark threatens carbon levy on U.S. thermal coal exports

Christy Clark vows heavy levy on U.S., Alberta, Saskatchewan coal

$70 carbon levy would make thermal coal exports non-viable

Mining on rebound, minister moves on

Parting shots from B.C.’s combative Bill Bennett

Clark seeks Trudeau’s help for forest industry

‘We need action’ to protect B.C. communites

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VIDEO: Work begins on Site C generators

Last big contractor begins work on $470 million job

BC Liberals want to trim WorkSafeBC surplus

Small business group says it’s 40 per cent ‘overfunded’

Year-round B.C. ski resort gets green light

Cariboo Mountains complex will have North America’s longest vertical drop

B.C.’s online small claims court a world first

Civil disputes under $5,000 go online in June

Premier, US ambassador ‘optimistic’ about softwood talks with Trump team

Ambassador David MacNaughton and B.C. trade representative David Emerson await Donald Trump administration's lumber trade position

Negotiators prepare for U.S. lumber talks

Two years trying engage U.S. government on softwood lumber trade have been frustrating, now bracing for Donald Trump administration

B.C. considers business sales tax relief

Finance Minister Mike de Jong considers giving up $160 million in provincial sales tax revenue added to business electricity bills

Premier shifts job focus to technology

Technology, climate innovation replace mines and natural gas in Premier Christy Clark's blueprint for B.C. growth

Horgan takes on Clark, forest companies

Donald Trump trade threats raise political heat for Premier Christy Clark

B.C. job growth confined to southwest

B.C. continues to lead the country in new job creation, but most areas of the province lost jobs in 2016

Lumber trade ‘injury’ claim upheld by U.S.

Softwood lumber dispute escalates as president-elect Donald Trump begins actions to protect American jobs

B.C. lowers cap on payday loan fees

Fee for short-term borrowing lowered to $17 per $100, a rate Public Safety Minister Mike Morris says is second lowest in Canada

Higher home values ring in 2017

B.c. property assessments are out, showing jump in Okanagan, South Vancouver Island and Metro Vancouver

VIDEO: How to keep New Year’s resolutions without breaking the bank

Tips on turning over a new leaf in 2017 while staying within your budget