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

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

‘I made the wrong call’: Premier halts $789M Royal B.C. Museum project

"We thought we had it right and clearly we did not," Premier John Horgan said Wednesday. "I'm announcing that we're stopping the project. And we're going to go back to the drawing board"

B.C. keeping vaccine mandates for public servants, health-care workers

B.C. health minister sees need to maintain vaccine mandate to protect both public and workers

Victoria bylaw makes builders pay for not salvaging demolition material

New rules will add thousands of dollars to demolition cost, says industry spokesman

Rising mortgage rates cooling homes sales, but not prices

The average five-year fixed mortgage rate reached 4.49 per cent in June, the highest since 2009

B.C. considers mandatory reporting for short-term rentals

Policy work underway by the province is informed by a November report on short-term rentals from the B.C. Union of Municipalities, David Eby said

Pent-up demand makes for busy season for wedding industry

It's been a busy spring for those in the business of weddings, from planners to dress designers: “It’s twice as busy as a typical year,” says one wedding planner

As gas prices spike, travellers still make plans, but closer to home

With gas prices spiking to a record $2.35 a litre in the capital region this week, many RVers are planning to keep driving to a minimum this summer — but that doesn't mean they won't be camping

B.C. rejects U.S. firm's plan to subdivide James Island for upscale vacation homes

The application was denied by the province, in part, due to the “outstanding negative impacts” the development would have on Tsawout First Nation