Andrew Duffy

Province looks for firms to build new $300M terminal in Victoria

The government this week issued a request for qualifications for the design and construction of the Belleville Terminal

Uber set to roll out service in Victoria next week

The company sent out hundreds of emails Monday to drivers who have expressed interest in driving for Uber

Martel investors may have long wait to find out if they'll recover money

The receiver has indicated there could be more than 1,205 investors

Finding missing millions: Martel given deadline to co-operate with receiver

Judge made it clear Wednesday that she has had enough of Martel’s lack of co-operation in the effort to find millions of dollars of clients’ money

Uber to hit the streets of Greater Victoria this year

The Passenger Transportation Board has approved a licence transfer that will allow ride-hailing giant Uber to operate in Greater Victoria

B.C. mortgage broker facing lawsuits put on $5K-a-month allowance

Civil lawsuits claim that Gregory Martel and his company owe more than $27.5M to clients who invested with him

Victoria businesses walk a tightrope over perception of downtown

While businesses are hearing negative perceptions of downtown, they are also dealing with the day-to-day reality that it isn’t all doom and gloom

Federal government offers $21M for construction apprentice training

The $21-million grant, announced Wednesday in Victoria, will be paid directly to contractors

First Nations officially take over B.C. Hydro lands in Rock Bay

"This means so much to our people," said Esquimalt Chief Robert Thomas, "to be able to share in the economic benefits of this land is going to be a beautiful thing for both nations"

B.C. Ferries posts $34M profit, thanks to pandemic relief funding

Without government relief funding, B.C. Ferries would have recorded a loss