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Outdoor store MEC commits to cutting carbon emissions from products, supply chain

Outdoor store MEC commits to cutting carbon emissions from products, supply chain

Vancouver-based retailer says its goal is to slash emissions by 55 per cent by 2030 and 90 per cent by 2050
Organizations call on B.C. to form permanent housing roundtable

Organizations call on B.C. to form permanent housing roundtable

Initiative would work to address unintended consequences of housing policies and create new ideas and legislation
B.C. providing $42M to support province's film, digital arts sectors

B.C. providing $42M to support province's film, digital arts sectors

Move touted as largest-ever single investment in the creative sector
B.C. Lions owner on board with donating to help save Simon Fraser football program

B.C. Lions owner on board with donating to help save Simon Fraser football program

SFU football players filed a lawsuit against the university in last week to stop the discontinuation of the school's football program
B.C. drinkers are buying less wine but paying more

B.C. drinkers are buying less wine but paying more

Vancouver International Wine Festival may enhance preference for premium wines
B.C. inflation rate highest among all the big provinces in March: StatCan

B.C. inflation rate highest among all the big provinces in March: StatCan

Inflation cools to 4.7 per cent, outpaces national rate
Lululemon reportedly in talks to sell its Mirror technology unit

Lululemon reportedly in talks to sell its Mirror technology unit

Yogawear giant spent US$500m to buy the home fitness workout technology in 2020
Uber Eats to add cannabis to its B.C. platform

Uber Eats to add cannabis to its B.C. platform

Food-delivery giant plans to deliver cannabis in Vancouver
First Nations health gets $8.2B in funding; may be used on 'social determinants'

First Nations health gets $8.2B in funding; may be used on 'social determinants'

VANCOUVER — Federal funding of $8.
B.C. records single-day high of overdose calls

B.C. records single-day high of overdose calls

A new grim record has been hit in British Columbia for the highest amount of overdoses in a single day.