Under B.C. 's Mines Act, he said, “any quarry can apply for a permit to accept contaminated waste, regardless of where it is located, and how close it is to a drinking water source. No independent environmental assessment is required.” Quarry owners.
Rather than using the more widely accepted theories of facies changes or extensive seaways to explain the presence of certain fossils in the rocks of central B.C. , they proposed that the rocks, and the fossils in question, must have migrated across the.
British Columbia Supreme Court judge of Indian-origin Parbinder Kaur Shergill has become first turbaned Sikh woman Supreme Court judge of Canada. The appointment was made with immediate effect as Justice Shergill replaces Justice E A Arnold-Bailey, .
As world oil production outstrips demand, China's outlook darkens and prices plumb levels not seen since the Great Recession, energy-exporting countries around the world face a prolonged period of thinner revenues and deepening economic woes.
PAI Partners and British Columbia Investment Management ... for the company," said Refresco CEO Hans Roelofs. "The consortium fully supports our strategy and with its track record, financial strength and understanding of our business, they can support.
image atom Former Vision Vancouver trustee Patti Bacchus says she believes good stewardship as a school trustee requires being an advocate, too. Not everyone agrees. If there's one thing the education ministry, educators, parents and the now .
PAI and partner British Columbia Investment Management Corp aim to buy all 81.2m Refresco shares at € ... The PAI consortium’s bid already has the support of shareholders representing 26.5% of Refresco shares and is expected to close in the first.
TORONTO, June 1, 2016 /CNW/ - Today, the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (bcIMC ... GWL Realty Advisors will continue to support bcIMC in its natural evolution of consolidating its real estate assets under QuadReal.
base of foreign investment in condominiums and a large Asian population. “Chinese money isn't going to sit and wait," said David Ley, a Vancouver-based professor at the University of British Columbia's Department of Geography, who focuses on housing.
Richard McCandless, a retired B.C. government senior manager, is a private intervener in the BC Utilities Commission's current reviews of the rate increase requests for both the Insurance Corporation of BC and BC Hydro. More information is available on.
“Renaissance is the commercial version of the Manhattan Project,” says Andrew Lo, a finance professor at MIT's Sloan School of Management and chairman of AlphaSimplex, a quant research firm. Lo credits Jim Simons, the 78-year-old mathematician who .
The most obvious choice for Christy Clark's B.C. Liberals is Monopoly: the triumph of Big Money that rides on lots of good luck, bad decisions by your competition, and a zeal for crushing the less fortunate who are also forced to pay "poor taxes.