Top business stories of the week (March 13-17)

What we've been following in business this past week

Vancouver City Hall | Dan Toulgoet

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This Week’s CSIS Leaks

'Troubled' Eby seeks CSIS briefing on alleged Chinese meddling in Vancouver election 

Vancouver mayor says foreign meddling 'insinuations' are because he's not Caucasian 

Vancouver councillor refutes 'absolutely nonsense' suggestion he is pro-Beijing supporter

ABC Vancouver campaign got support from heads of pro-Beijing group

Travel Troubles

Multi-month Nexus backlog holding up Canada-U.S. cross-border travel flows

B.C. struggling to regain pre-pandemic tourist levels 

Flair launches $50M lawsuit against leasing companies following plane seizures

Cross-border complications just got more complicated for Canadian companies 

Deforestation Inc.

Who is behind B.C.'s pulp and paper giant? 

Investigation unravels B.C. forestry links to China

How Canada's biggest forestry company is lobbying government

Is Canada's biggest forestry company living up to its green promises?

MPs call for probe into B.C. company's ties after Glacier Media investigation

Bank Goes Bust

Silicon Valley Bank collapse presents low risk for Canadian sector: analysts

Global banking-system jitters prompt look at B.C.

Canadian tech sector expects collapse of SVB to have 'chilling' effect on investments