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Top honcho at Whistler Blackcomb reports a good season despite challenges

Top honcho at Whistler Blackcomb reports a good season despite challenges

WB shifts to spring operations April 14
Grocery inflation to fall below two per cent this spring, report predicts

Grocery inflation to fall below two per cent this spring, report predicts

Grocery inflation will fall below two per cent by the spring and stay roughly between one and two per cent for the rest of 2024, predicts a new report on the food and beverage industry.
Summit Lake PG LNG Project enters public comment period

Summit Lake PG LNG Project enters public comment period

Product would be shipped by rail to west coast from industrial site 11 kilometres south of Summit Lake
Apprenticeship programs target women, newcomers in B.C. construction

Apprenticeship programs target women, newcomers in B.C. construction

Funding, diversity and modernization can help address trades shortages, experts say.
Canfor closing Jackson mill as part of restructuring in Alabama

Canfor closing Jackson mill as part of restructuring in Alabama

VANCOUVER — Canfor Corp. is closing its Jackson mill in southern Alabama at the end of June as part of a restructuring of its operations in the state.
B.C. Ferries pushes prepaid fares, increases reservation fee

B.C. Ferries pushes prepaid fares, increases reservation fee

Those booking passage on the Swartz Bay-Tsawwassen, Departure Bay, Nanaimo-Horseshoe Bay, and Duke Point-Tsawwassen routes will now pay $20 to reserve instead of $18
Les Leyne: Kickback probe could shape carbon-tax fight

Les Leyne: Kickback probe could shape carbon-tax fight

How will B.C.’s carbon tax weather the political storm that erupted this week?
Two blows to B.C.'s credit status, as S&P cuts rating and Moody's turns negative

Two blows to B.C.'s credit status, as S&P cuts rating and Moody's turns negative

NEW YORK — British Columbia's credit status took a double blow on Tuesday, with S&P downgrading the province due to the risk of "outsize" deficits, and Moody's turning its outlook negative.
No need to overturn nomination amid alleged irregularities, Liberal official says

No need to overturn nomination amid alleged irregularities, Liberal official says

OTTAWA — The director of the Liberal election campaign in 2019 says he recommended Justin Trudeau take no action on alleged nomination irregularities in a Toronto riding.
Freeland doesn't rule out new taxes on wealthy or corporate Canada in upcoming budget

Freeland doesn't rule out new taxes on wealthy or corporate Canada in upcoming budget

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland has ruled out raising taxes on the middle class in the upcoming federal budget — but won't say if corporations or the wealthy are in for the same treatment.