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Why Northland Properties’ business empire is one of B.C.’s biggest

Why Northland Properties’ business empire is one of B.C.’s biggest

Recent Garibaldi at Squamish receivership case unlikely to cause much strife for successful, diversified Gaglardi family
Rob Shaw: All eyes on Robinson as B.C. schools vie for international students

Rob Shaw: All eyes on Robinson as B.C. schools vie for international students

New cap on international students has post-secondary institutes eager to tap as many seats as possible from the minister
Data points: B.C. goods exports finally grow as construction intentions cool

Data points: B.C. goods exports finally grow as construction intentions cool

B.C. merchandise exports returned to positive territory for the first time since January 2023
Vancouver's only zero-carbon fire hall viewed as 'underutilized asset'

Vancouver's only zero-carbon fire hall viewed as 'underutilized asset'

Chair of mayor's budget task force identifies No. 17 fire hall, Hastings Park as city properties not maximizing value.
Metro Vancouver examining officials’ devices amid North Shore sewage plant legal battle

Metro Vancouver examining officials’ devices amid North Shore sewage plant legal battle

Spokesperson says accessing documents and records a routine part of litigation
LNG plant 'floatel' gets finishing touches at North Vancouver drydock

LNG plant 'floatel' gets finishing touches at North Vancouver drydock

The MV Isabelle once plied the waters of the Baltic Sea as a ‘cruise ferry,’ and more recently housed 1,500 Ukrainian refugees.
First Nation-led financing model hits $2B in effort to close infrastructure gap

First Nation-led financing model hits $2B in effort to close infrastructure gap

A First Nation-led financing model has reached $2 billion in loans issued as it works to close the economic and infrastructure gap between member nations and the rest of Canada.
Nexii gets reprieve to end of April

Nexii gets reprieve to end of April

B.C. Supreme Court extends protection under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act to April 30, so that it could find a buyer. 
Parents finally downsizing? How to help with the big move — without the big costs

Parents finally downsizing? How to help with the big move — without the big costs

Your parents are finally downsizing after 40 years in the same house.
B.C. businesses exposed to China’s sputtering economy

B.C. businesses exposed to China’s sputtering economy

Exports from the province to its second-largest trade partner likely to decline as Western countries decouple from China