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Vancouver police now on track to run $7.6 million deficit

The Vancouver Police Department is now on track to be over budget by $7.6 million by year’s end — almost $3 million more than its finance staff predicted in June. A report that went before the...

B.C. tech-sector diversity program gets ‘revamp’ with $29m in hand

Victoria, two new partners aim to fill 3,000 spaces via Innovator Skills Initiative

CGL work ramps up, along with activist blockades

Already facing delays, escalating costs, Coastal GasLink faces another blockade

Software developer Copperleaf seeks to raise up to $144m via IPO

Shares of Vancouver firm to be priced at $11-13 each

Ritchie Bros. acquisition spree lands SmartEquipment for US$175m

Third major acquisition for Burnaby-based auctioneers in 11 months

Exit poll insights on 2021 election campaign winners and losers

The Canadian federal election that was supposedly about nothing has turned into something decidedly more meaningful for the country’s party leaders.   Judging by the pronouncements that we were...

Upgrade professional skills while you continue working

Career change wasn’t a decision Kirsten Suhner made lightly. After all, departing the comfort zone of a secure job can be scary—not to mention involving loss of income. But with the flexibility of...

Who's getting sued: September 27, 2021

These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.

Insider trading: September 27, 2021

The following is a list of stock trades made by corporate executives, directors and other company insiders of B.C.’s public companies filed in the week ended September 8, 2021. The information comes...

B.C.’s biggest mines suffer three-year revenue erosion

Average revenue for top producing mines has fallen 26.2% since 2018 peak

Trudeau: Kovrig, Spavor on plane back to Canada after Chinese detention

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor - the two Canadians detained in China after the arrest of Meng Wanzhou here in Vancouver - have been released. Trudeau...

Superpower spat over Meng Wanzhou highlights Canada’s lightweight international clout

The sorry saga of the detentions of Michael Kovrig, Michael Spavor and Meng Wanzhou appears at last, at last, at last, to have reached its senses – thankfully, of course, that the two Michaels and...