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Vancouver International Airport notches all-time high for passengers and cargo

More than 25.9 million passengers and 338,000 tonnes of cargo passed through the airport in 2018

Vancouver’s Jody Wilson-Raybould resigns from cabinet

Abrupt departure follows allegations that the prime minister improperly tried to influence her when she was justice minister

Free parking at hospitals brings logistical challenges

Province’s health authorities raised $34.3 million from parking last year

Influential Women in Business: Kate Furber

Mentor and motivator: A passion for accounting and ‘people development’ has helped the PwC audit and assurance group partner gain influence

China Airlines’ pilots strike affects Vancouver flights

Taiwan-based airline has cancelled at least 79 flights, including two to Vancouver and two out of Vancouver

Cannabis growers not eligible for carbon tax rebate in B.C.

The relief grants return 80% of the carbon tax that commercial greenhouse growers of eligible crops have paid on natural gas and propane

Namaste nosedive highlights pot investment risk

Short-seller reports and government licence suspensions can tank companies’ share prices

Canada Jetlines drops Abbotsford, plans to fly out of Vancouver International Airport

Airline had intended to fly out of the lower-cost Abbotsford International Airport

Gibsons tests pot law with permit for illegal store

Municipal government approaches to licensing of cannabis stores vary across the province

Lawyers evaluate Toronto Maple Leafs’ dispute with Snoop Dogg’s cannabis brand

Separate legal issue for the Leafs by Snoop brand could be its celebrity affiliation