Hayley Woodin

No recovery to unsecured creditors of Steve Nash Fitness

Unsecured creditors collectively owed $12 million will not receive funds from the company’s sale, if the deal is approved

BIV exclusive: Steve Nash Fitness co-founder part of potential takeover

The company’s co-founder and current CEO are involved in the proposed purchase of Steve Nash Fitness

Four-in-10 British Columbians within $200 of insolvency

Within this group, 22% say they are already insolvent, according to the latest MNP Consumer Debt Index

Housing market continued to cool in June

While home prices rose last month, they rose more slowly than in the past, according to the latest national house price index

B.C. Community Benefits Agreement back in court

A coalition of contractors and construction unions has this week resumed its legal challenge of the framework

Businesses brace for second wave of impacts when government support ends

Many businesses on government support foresee cutbacks, more debt and layoffs when that support ends

B.C. home sales ‘surge back’ to pre-COVID levels

A new report from the British Columbia Real Estate Association shows June home sales rose 17% year-over-year

B.C. extends liquor delivery until Halloween

The temporary authorization was set to expire on Wednesday

Ottawa to extend wage subsidy program until end of year

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said more details on the extension will come later this week