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B.C., federal privacy commissioners launch TikTok investigation

B.C., federal privacy commissioners launch TikTok investigation

GATINEAU, Que. — Federal and several provincial privacy authorities say they will jointly investigate TikTok. The Privacy Commissioner of Canada says it has teamed up with the offices of the information and privacy commissioners in B.C.
More mill closures inevitable as B.C. forest industry crisis deepens

More mill closures inevitable as B.C. forest industry crisis deepens

Resource industry analyst Ben Parfitt predicts at least one more Interior pulp mill could be targeted for permanent closure
Job vacancies little changed, wage growth slowing: Statistics Canada

Job vacancies little changed, wage growth slowing: Statistics Canada

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says job vacancies were little changed at 848,800 in December, compared with 849,200 in November, levelling off after trending downward from a peak of more than one million in May.
Small businesses banking on B.C. budget benefits

Small businesses banking on B.C. budget benefits

Compensation for construction business disruption, money for training among top asks
High Court won't hear appeal from Glacier Media in Jake Virtanen sex assault case

High Court won't hear appeal from Glacier Media in Jake Virtanen sex assault case

OTTAWA — Canada's highest court has refused to hear an appeal from Glacier Media related to a ruling made during the sexual assault trial of former NHL Vancouver Canucks forward Jake Virtanen. A B.C.
Federal disaster aid program for 2021 B.C. floods now tops $1B

Federal disaster aid program for 2021 B.C. floods now tops $1B

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Canada's emergency preparedness minister is returning to the epicentre of flooding that devastated British Columbia's Fraser Valley in November 2021. Bill Blair, along with B.C.
B.C. businesses want government help in face of 'rampant vandalism'

B.C. businesses want government help in face of 'rampant vandalism'

Businesses were pessimistic about their futures when asked about the impact of crime and vandalism and the ability to remain open.
Who’s Suing Whom: Feb. 23, 2023

Who’s Suing Whom: Feb. 23, 2023

The latest from the B.C. Supreme Court
Unifor aims to negotiate template contract with B.C. hotels

Unifor aims to negotiate template contract with B.C. hotels

Union has started bargaining with Fairmont Empress Hotel
‘Move-over’ buyers driving demand in high interest rate, low inventory market: report

‘Move-over’ buyers driving demand in high interest rate, low inventory market: report

Mortgage stress tests may weigh on Metro Vancouver homebuyers in the coming year, says Re/Max Canada