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Why women matter to our growing social movement

When 200 participants gather at sheTalk Resources to share their personal stories, it is an empowering moment that is part of a shift that started in mid-2014 

 

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How can we elevate the resource conversation?

'Weighing the competing priorities of environment and the economy ... it's the number one question of our time'

Resource Works Society executive director Stewart Muir travelled to Whitehorse to discuss natural resources with Yukon residents. The Yukon News caught up with him in advance of the visit.

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BC to lead Canada’s economic growth. How did this happen?

Solid performance across the province, including a healthy boost from natural resources, gives strength and stability

 

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Regulating pipelines: interview with NEB's Peter Watson

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Pacific Pilotage Authority: Setting a course for safer shipping

Navigating safely in coastal waters takes a lot of skill and experience, and the PPA exists to make sure pilots across Canada are qualified for this task

 

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Natural Runners - Round Two!

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BC’s builders rely on resources

The sector is one of the most important sources of  money spent on construction and maintenance

 

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Ecomodernism – a game-changing idea on Earth Day

Can people protect special places while allowing seven billion people to enjoy freedom, security and prosperity?

 

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Book review: One man's struggle to save an island

Acclaimed resource economist Peter Pearse tells his personal story of sustainable development in 'A Natural Selection'

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Terminal blaze: facts about importance of shipping to Squamish

The Howe Sound facility is a crucial link in BC’s chain of resource commodity value, and the recent fire is undoubtedly causing ripples near and far

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Exports show province still owes its prosperity to resources

Here’s a question that gets posed to us fairly regularly: Is BC really a resource-based economy?

 

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Ontario plan helps vindicate BC position on climate

Carbon pricing has arguably gone mainstream in Canada, with our largest province planning to implement a cap and trade system. And Ontario’s announcement is just the first in what we expect to be a year full of discussion and debate on climate issues

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Women in resource sector getting attention they deserve

Resource Works is excited to be supporting sheTalks Resources, which is designed to provide a platform for women to share their stories

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Celebrating first anniversary and looking down the road ahead

Resource Works was launched exactly one year ago today. We’ve come a long way since then

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Diverse resource trade 'is key to success'

Peter Hall is the vice-president and chief economist of Export Development Canada. As such, he’s a pretty smart guy who knows a thing or two about exports. He recently asked a very good question: What’s British Columbia’s secret?

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Resource jobs under our noses

British Columbia's natural resource industry is a powerful creator of career opportunities, and you don’t need to live in a rural area to reap the benefits

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Spice Radio: Revelations from Japan

Resource Works executive director Stewart Muir shares what he learnt from a recent trip to Asia and what that means for BC's natural resources sector

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Can British Columbia afford to share its natural gas?

Here is a question that’s been coming up in discussions around the province's up-and-coming LNG industry: Does it have enough to justify exporting some of it to foreign markets? Absolutely

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BC First Nations torn between evironmental and economic concerns

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On Air: Our take on the BC resource discussion

On CFAX 1070 Radio, Victoria, executive director Stewart Muir shares Resource Works' take on the province's natural resources dialogue

 

 

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