Opinion

Trade deals, infrastructure, national climate framework key for B.C. business

Today, some 40 business, First Nations, and community leaders from British Columbia are in Ottawa. Here’s how we can work together with the federal government.

A Cathay Pacific cargo flight at Vancouver International Airport. The airport receives more than 85 flights a week from China, the most of any city on the continent, says Greg D’Avignon. Photograph courtesy of Vancouver International Airport

By GREG D’AVIGNON

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, June 1, 2016 12:00 AM

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