VICTORIA — The national inflation rate dipped slightly in April to 2.2 per cent -- down one-tenth of a point -- but the rate in B-C moved in the opposite direction, edging up to 2.7 per cent last month from its 2.6 per cent setting in March. It's the third highest rate in Canada.
OTTAWA — If Kinder Morgan wants to abandon plans to build the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, there are plenty of other investors out there willing to take up the cause — and they will have the backing of the federal Liberal government, Finance Minister Bill Morneau says.
OTTAWA — B.C.'s unemployment rate continues to be the best in Canada. Figures released today show B.C.'s rate did rise, going up three-tenths of a point in April, to an even 5.0 percent, from 4.7 percent in March. But still the best in the country, ahead
VANCOUVER — Recent downpours in many parts of British Columbia's southern Interior have added to flooding woes across the already soggy region, prompting new flood warnings for several rivers, forcing more evacuations and closing a number of roads.