british columbia economy

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Future economic growth in B.C. rests on shaky foundation

Future immigration into B.C. may not match pre-COVID levels.

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Despite support from local politicians and First Nations groups, Andrew Weaver is digging in his heels on LNG.

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Quebec and B.C. have experienced more labour disruptions than any other province over the past nine years.

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The cost of regulatory delay imposed upon LNG investments in B.C. could reach C$24.8 billion per year by 2025.

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Historically, British Columbia has enjoyed a high level of prosperity expressed in high incomes, low unemployment, strong investment, and a wealth of opportunities. In a brief decade, the provincial economy has been transformed from a strong, vibrant entity into one characterized by weakness and mediocrity. Only a radical change in government policy will return British Columbia to its traditional place of economic prosperity.