Daisy Xiong

High costs of living curb donors’ ability to donate to local non-profits

Nearly one in five in B.C. are using non-profit services to meet their basic needs

PR veterans launch Vancouver-based WinterCove Communications

‘One-way communication from senior executives down is not a successful model anymore.’

Richmond Chamber of Commerce asks Ottawa to enhance port investments

The policy will be included in the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s 2023 policy resolutions for the federal government

InBC investing $29M in venture funds, two West Coast companies

Investments aim to boost growth in areas such as agritech, life sciences and biomanufacturing

HR professionals say B.C.'s Pay Transparency Act will create more equitable job market

Legislation targets pay inequity, and could help with hiring and employee engagement

Laos opens its first Canadian consulate office in Richmond

New office aims to promote partnership between two countries and serve Lao people across Canada 

Carving out space for excellence and diversity in the culinary kitchen

B.C.’s chef and cook gender gap is wide, but leaders say the industry’s culture is changing

B.C. economic growth to hit negative territory in 2024: Desjardins

B.C.'s economy relies more on the housing market than most provinces. It's a factor that is set to hammer GDP growth next year, according to forecast.

U.S. housing demand expected to drive lumber prices higher in 2024

The expected improvement in prices will help B.C. sawmills handle high operating costs

‘I was amazed:’ Cow manure tech tested in Richmond exceeds safety standards

Former councillor and Chinese researcher aim to improve B.C.’s soil using new cow manure tech