Albert Van Santvoort

Influential Women in Business: Sarah Morgan-Silvester

In a career of top leadership roles with an array of corporate and community organizations, Sarah Morgan-Silvester has never stopped seeking out new knowledge and applying the lessons learned

Smaller security firms outpacing larger companies

Average employee count grew 14.6% for province’s largest security firms since 2015

Skills shortage challenge: Recruitment and retention

Employees want greater flexibility and a company that matches their values

New year, new business and residential tax burden

Changes from all levels of government are set to complicate operations for B.C. employers

Small alternative energy companies outshine industry giants

Median B.C. employment has grown 12.5% since 2016 low

NAFTA 2.0’s rocky road ahead

Replacement for the North American Free Trade Agreement likely won’t be implemented until 2020

Government announces proposed rules for $4 billion cannabis edibles sector

Health Canada launches public-consultation on proposed cannabis edibles rules to come into effect in October 2019

Updated: Household indebtedness hits near record high, but may not be all bad news

The health of Canadian balance sheets unexpectedly deteriorated in Q3 2018 according to Priscilla Thiagamoorthy, economic analyst with BMO capital markets.  Canadian household credit burdens crept...

Keep union certification secret ballot, panel recommends

Some proposed changes to law would benefit unions; others are praised by businesses