Albert Van Santvoort

Tariff relief not enough to slow growing global trade tensions

While this stage of the North American trade war has been settled we might have won the battle but not the global trade war.  U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs on Canadian imports  are expected to be...

"Hallelujah" responds B.C. manufacture to tariff elimination

After nearly a year long trade war with our neighbours to the south, the white flags have been raised on both sides the boarder and a cease fire has been struck. The tariffs imposed by the U.S last...

Smaller tech companies grow and giants slim down

Approximately two-thirds climbed up the list while just over a quarter fell lower

B.C. business resigned to union-friendly labour code changes

Greens an unlikely saviour for business, but could it cost them electorally?

A bumpy ride for B.C.’s largest mining companies

Larger companies rebound from 2015 low while smaller miners continue to struggle

The trucking industry’s long road to autonomous fleet operations

Sector debates effect of new technology on employment

Neil Klompas: Doing good

Career detour led BC CFO Awards winner to discover a passion for helping people

Membership up at B.C.’s top professional organizations

BC College of Nursing Professionals tops growth, according to Business in Vancouver data

Entrepreneurs thirsty for a shot as Cannabis 2.0 nears

Second wave of cannabis legalization to appeal to larger consumer base

Gateway Magazine: Truck stops

Trucking industry labour shortage threatens to raise prices all along the logistics chain