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Pharmacy points ban survives first court challenge

Pharmacy points ban survives first court challenge

Full hearing scheduled to decide if drug loyalty rewards prohibition will continue
B.C. population reaches 4.6 million

B.C. population reaches 4.6 million

B.C.'s population grew by 24,000 in the third quarter of 2013, reaching 4,606,375, but many were temporary residents
NDP protests Site C farmland exemption

NDP protests Site C farmland exemption

Energy Minister Bill Bennett says federal-provincial review of Peace River dam will examine agricultural impact
B.C. presses for Cariboo gold mine

B.C. presses for Cariboo gold mine

Bill Bennett warns that more shutdowns are ahead in the B.C. Interior forest industry
Loyalty point ban hits B.C. pharmacies

Loyalty point ban hits B.C. pharmacies

Prohibition on drug 'kickbacks' faces court challenge
Ottawa vows 'world class' oil safety

Ottawa vows 'world class' oil safety

Southern Vancouver Island and Metro Vancouver are already at "very high risk" from existing tanker traffic, mostly from Alaska
Newspaper industry, MMBC fall out over recycling fees

Newspaper industry, MMBC fall out over recycling fees

Newsprint will continue to be collected through blue boxes
B.C. budget still in the black, barely

B.C. budget still in the black, barely

Finance Minister Mike de Jong says job growth isn't where it should be, sales tax collection to be stepped up
Sinopec, others join B.C. LNG hunt

Sinopec, others join B.C. LNG hunt

Companies from China, India and Japan join global investors checking out gas export potential of North Coast
Premier Clark pitches LNG to Asia

Premier Clark pitches LNG to Asia

Biggest trade mission yet to China, Japan and Korea leaves as new warning issued about environmental impact on Kitimat area