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Canadian economy grew slightly in November, expected to slow further

Canadian economy grew slightly in November, expected to slow further

OTTAWA — The Canadian economy grew slightly in November and looks to have stalled further at the end of the year as higher interest rates began to slow spending.
Metro Vancouver homeowners primed to withstand 'coming storm': Re/Max

Metro Vancouver homeowners primed to withstand 'coming storm': Re/Max

Report delivers rosy outlook for local homeowners
Drug decriminalization takes effect in B.C. this week — here's what you need to know

Drug decriminalization takes effect in B.C. this week — here's what you need to know

B.C. police officers will not seize less than 2.5 grams of street drugs starting Jan. 31.
Janus Henderson Investors to oppose Ritchie Bros. deal to buy IAA

Janus Henderson Investors to oppose Ritchie Bros. deal to buy IAA

VANCOUVER — A second investment manager is voicing its opposition to a plan by Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Inc. buy vehicle auction company IAA Inc. In a letter to the Ritchie Bros.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Imperial Oil results Imperial Oil Ltd.
Companies extend deadline to close Rogers-Shaw deal to Feb. 17

Companies extend deadline to close Rogers-Shaw deal to Feb. 17

TORONTO — The companies involved in the Rogers Communications Inc. deal to buy Shaw Communications have extended the deadline to complete the transaction. Rogers, Shaw, the Shaw Family Living Trust and Quebecor Inc.
Title fraud a one-in-a-million threat in B.C., officials say

Title fraud a one-in-a-million threat in B.C., officials say

Safeguards like the land-title registry system make title fraud difficult to commit in B.C., experts say. But there are things homeowners can do to protect themselves.
Accommodation tax will soften the blow for Vancouver’s big FIFA bill

Accommodation tax will soften the blow for Vancouver’s big FIFA bill

The $230 million estimate is subject to change and include $52 million for contingency and inflation.
Top business stories of the week (Jan. 23-27)

Top business stories of the week (Jan. 23-27)

Here are some of the top business stories of this past week
Western Forest Products' Port Alberni, B.C., mill closes as company seeks viable path

Western Forest Products' Port Alberni, B.C., mill closes as company seeks viable path

VANCOUVER — More than 100 workers in Port Alberni are the latest forest industry employees to face layoffs as Western Forest Products confirms it will not restart its sawmill in that Vancouver Island city.