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Push for power lines accelerated

0 megawatts of power Site C will generate or Dokie’s 300 megawatts, it will need more power lines to get that energy to market.

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•Associations/Societies Sarah Marsh has been appointed to the board of the Pacific Parklands Foundation. Marsh is a senior manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP’s Vancouver assurance practice. She worked in the U.K.

B.C. exports up in December

Value of B.C. exports dropped by a quarter in 2009 “There was a 24.3% decline in the value of British Columbia-origin exports in 2009 compared with 2008. With the exception of Mainland China (28.7%), exports to every other major destination fell.

High Tech Office: Alan Zisman

•Blu-Ray on the desktop. A year ago, Blu-Ray won the battle for next-generation high- capacity, high-definition video storage device, beating out the competing HD DVD format.

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The Vancouver-based gold explorer was sent reeling in February when the provincial government announced an agreement with the State of Montana to protect the Flathead from potentially damaging mining projects.

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But the old days of awkward access to Maple Ridge have left one legacy: real estate prices in this community of 75,000 remain the lowest of all major Metro Vancouver municipalities.

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ReStores cashing in as B.C. condo starts plunge

Riessner credits the economic downturn and the subsequent slide in new-home building, for what he calls "an avalanche" of donated products now spilling into local ReStores.