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What happens to B.C.'s LNG dreams if Asia embraces nuclear energy?
It is understandable if [premier Christy Clark] feels a bit melancholic given the extravagant promises she made prior to the last election.
Poll by poll results show Liberals were strong in Terrace and Kitimat
Legal challenges on list of items facing Northern Gateway
Retired editor Malcolm Baxter suggests an alternative to Canada Post ending home mail delivery
But demand for the fuel is expected to continue to grow
In the hyped up world of LNG there is no shortage of proponents seeking the supposed pot of gold at the end of that particular rainbow
Toshimitsu Motegi is not a happy camper these days. Neither is Veerappa Moily...
Taxpayers could be in for a rude awakening when all costs revealed
I am not prone to being confused – at least not yet – but there are times when our august governing bodies leave me feeling so.
Taking up where we left off last week, what are the Americans doing that could upset British Columbia’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) cart?
On Friday, June 7 premier Christy Clark announced the members of her new cabinet.
Guest comment from Malcolm Baxter – he admits he was wrong
Here's columnist Malcolm Baxter with his take on the upcoming May 14 election
Three northwestern B.C. seats locked up for the NDP, too
Feds would ease tax regime only to have province introduce one
Despite the fact the forest industry in the northwest is a shadow of its former self, there’s still a lot of money to be made out of trees
The northwest received some good news for 2013 with an announcement that Chevron is taking a 50 per cent share in the KM LNG project.
Whatever the flaws in David Black’s plan to build an oil refinery here, he has done a service in putting the spotlight on the issue
In his first column, Malcolm Baxter talks about the potential benefits of a gas-fired plant.