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B.C. introducing pilot program to help recruit, retain workers for restaurant industry

B.C. introducing pilot program to help recruit, retain workers for restaurant industry

Initiative zeroes in on small and medium-sized businesses
‘Haven't seen this since the `80s.’: Canadian real estate lenders look to 2024

‘Haven't seen this since the `80s.’: Canadian real estate lenders look to 2024

Vancouver remains one of the top markets when it comes to real estate lender appetite in Canada, according to CBRE Canada survey
Boeing surveillance plane contract worth $900M to B.C.

Boeing surveillance plane contract worth $900M to B.C.

Kelowna’s KF Aerospace among B.C. companies to benefit from new P-8A Poseidon procurement.
Vancouver-based Rogers Sugar profits soar as strike continues

Vancouver-based Rogers Sugar profits soar as strike continues

Manufacturer's balance sheet swung to profit from a loss in the year that workers went on strike
B.C. files first unexplained wealth order in Canada for Gulf Island home

B.C. files first unexplained wealth order in Canada for Gulf Island home

The B.C. government has applied in court to order two B.C. residents to explain how they got $1 million to buy a home on Salt Spring Island; the couple is allegedly linked as beneficiaries to a major stock fraud scheme.
Vietnam aims to position itself as a gateway to ASEAN for Canada

Vietnam aims to position itself as a gateway to ASEAN for Canada

The B.C. trade diversification strategy country is investing heavily in trade infrastructure
Canadian economy shrank in Q3 but manages to 'keep its head above recession waters'

Canadian economy shrank in Q3 but manages to 'keep its head above recession waters'

OTTAWA — The Canadian economy shrank in the third quarter as higher rates weighed on consumer and business spending, but has so far managed to skirt a recession after a significant upward revision to second quarter GDP figures.
Metro Vancouver meeting place capacity insufficient to meet demand

Metro Vancouver meeting place capacity insufficient to meet demand

Industry insiders say meeting space availability is at an all-time low and more is needed.
Man found guilty of defaming Richmond law firm fails contempt appeal

Man found guilty of defaming Richmond law firm fails contempt appeal

Guang Tian published the defamatory statements days after a court order banned him from doing so.
Study reveals how B.C.'s tech industry stacks up against the rest of Canada

Study reveals how B.C.'s tech industry stacks up against the rest of Canada

Annual report on state of technology estimates 1.4M Canadians are tech workers