Canada’s National Observer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
B.C. can leverage competitive advantages to grow its cleantech industry and take advantage of a reinvigorated and rapidly escalating global green economy, according to pundits.
But to do so, the province must increase investments in clean energy, address gaps, and be more aggressive about meeting its own climate targets to trigger more innovation and growth in the sector.Continue reading How BC can expand in the escalating global green economy
Cortes Currents has received several reports of drivers passing cyclists without due care.
Currents sought to increase clarity on what is expected of cyclists and drivers who wish to operate their vehicles safely and follow the laws of British Columbia. And so we reached Corporal Chris Voller at the Quadra island detachment of the RCMP for advice on the matter.
Corporal Voller was pleased to discuss legal and safety matters around cyclist-driver interactions.Continue reading Passing Cyclists: legalities and safety
Editor’s note: This article uses the pronoun ‘it’ to refer to a person – as that is the preference of the person.
At the end of March, Tamias was riding its bike when it was nearly struck by a pickup truck.Continue reading Cortes Cyclist nearly struck by pickup truck