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B.C. businessman to pay $5M to SEC after U.S. stock fraud charges

B.C. businessman to pay $5M to SEC after U.S. stock fraud charges

Graham Taylor used a law firm to orchestrate a "pump and dump," according to SEC claims which he neither admits nor denies in a US$5M settlement.
S&P/TSX composite slips Tuesday on broad-based decline, U.S. markets fall further

S&P/TSX composite slips Tuesday on broad-based decline, U.S. markets fall further

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index was down almost 1.3 per cent Tuesday with broad-based losses led by technology, healthcare and financials, while U.S. stock markets slid more than two per cent. The S&P/TSX composite index was down 262.
Don’t look now but Vancouver’s home sales are heading back up

Don’t look now but Vancouver’s home sales are heading back up

After posting dismal numbers in January, early February data suggests sales are gaining strength and active listings are increasing
Temporary foreign workers hit record levels in B.C.

Temporary foreign workers hit record levels in B.C.

B.C. businesses are hiring a record number of temporary foreign workers as they struggle to fill jobs. The latest federal data show there were more than 32,200 people in B.C.
DP World, Port of Vancouver complete $350M cargo expansion project

DP World, Port of Vancouver complete $350M cargo expansion project

Centerm overhaul, which boosts the container terminal’s capacity 60 per cent, is part of the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority's $454 million Centerm expansion and South Shore Access Project
Teck Resources to split company and spin off steelmaking coal business

Teck Resources to split company and spin off steelmaking coal business

VANCOUVER — Teck Resources Ltd. has announced a plan to split the company into Teck Metals Corp. and Elk Valley Resources Ltd., which will hold its steelmaking coal business.
B.C. inflation eases in January, outpaces national rate for seventh straight month

B.C. inflation eases in January, outpaces national rate for seventh straight month

Inflation grew at a rate of 6.2 per cent in B.C. vs. 5.9 per cent national in January
Opinion: NDP community benefits agreements create policy conflict for Eby

Opinion: NDP community benefits agreements create policy conflict for Eby

The messy dispute surrounding Indigenous participation in a new hospital project in Duncan provides a cautionary tale for Premier David Eby about the need to overhaul some of the archaic policies of his predecessor before they blow up in his face.
B.C. Premier David Eby 'looking forward to visiting China' but has no timeline

B.C. Premier David Eby 'looking forward to visiting China' but has no timeline

International affairs expert Margaret McCuaig-Johnston says premier's message on trade with China in Chinese-language media requires "damage control."
Lawsuit of the Week: Arc’teryx accuses Adidas of trademark infringement

Lawsuit of the Week: Arc’teryx accuses Adidas of trademark infringement

Vancouver company concerned about logos, retail location