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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Nov 22 2017

Canada's first LNG export to China on its way by container

VANCOUVER, Nov 22 British Columbia has sent its first shipment of liquefied natural gas to China, part of a pilot project to test the feasibility of small-scale LNG exports by container ship from the Pacific Coast province to global markets, FortisBC said on Wednesday.

Nov 16 2017

Vancouver condo rush sparks local and foreign flipping frenzy

VANCOUVER The condominium market has turned red-hot in Vancouver, with agents saying local and offshore buyers are snapping up units that are not yet completed, even as a foreign buyer tax has sent detached home sales plunging.

Nov 16 2017

Vancouver condo rush sparks local and foreign flipping frenzy

VANCOUVER, Nov 16 The condominium market has turned red-hot in Vancouver, with agents saying local and offshore buyers are snapping up units that are not yet completed, even as a foreign buyer tax has sent detached home sales plunging.

Nov 16 2017

Canada will not send peacekeepers to Mali in near future: officials

VANCOUVER Canada will not be sending hundreds of peacekeepers to support a United Nations mission in Mali in the near future, officials said on Wednesday, a move likely to disappoint allies who want Canadians to play a role in the West African country.

Nov 15 2017

Canada will not send peacekeepers to Mali in near future -officials

VANCOUVER, Nov 15 Canada will not be sending hundreds of peacekeepers to support a United Nations mission in Mali in the near future, officials said on Wednesday, a move likely to disappoint allies who want Canadians to play a role in the West African country.

Nov 14 2017

Vancouver imposes sharp restrictions on Airbnb, homesharing sites

VANCOUVER The city of Vancouver passed new rules on Tuesday banning homeowners from renting out certain kinds of property on short-term rental websites like Airbnb, as part of an attempt to deal with a housing shortage that has led to soaring rents.

Nov 09 2017

China deal seen as no guarantee for Alaska LNG export project

A preliminary agreement with China for the development of a massive liquefied natural gas export project in Alaska will boost its profile, but does not ensure the $43 billion (32.72 billion pounds) development will go ahead, analysts said on Thursday.

Nov 09 2017

China deal seen as no guarantee for Alaska LNG export project

A preliminary agreement with China for the development of a massive liquefied natural gas export project in Alaska will boost its profile, but does not ensure the $43 billion development will go ahead, analysts said on Thursday.

Nov 09 2017

China deal seen as no guarantee for Alaska LNG export project

Nov 9 A preliminary agreement with China for the development of a massive liquefied natural gas export project in Alaska will boost its profile, but does not ensure the $43 billion development will go ahead, analysts said on Thursday.

Nov 04 2017

Amazon plans new corporate office in Vancouver, to double headcount

VANCOUVER Amazon.com Inc said on Friday that it will a open second corporate office in Vancouver, doubling its staff in the western Canadian city by early 2020 as it looks to tap into a burgeoning local tech workforce.

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