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Horgan: “We’re going to see some serious challenges”

Premier's GVBOT address trumpets spending, cautions challenges

City capitalizes on exposure in Chinese pop culture

Tourism Vancouver, Canadian travel industry lean on popular media to sell brands in Asia

Budget’s higher business costs dim B.C. investment prospects

The first full budget unveiled by the BC NDP government offers a mix of higher spending, tax hikes on business and significant commitments to expand child care and address concerns over housing...

Corporate world not without its lamentable #MeToo moments

By now, most Canadians – and British Columbians – are familiar with the sudden downfall of Patrick Brown, the man touted as the “next premier of Ontario” whose political aspirations came to an end in...

Tahoe lost $18 million last quarter on Escobal mine reopening delays

Despite losses, Vancouver-based miner achieved record gold production in 2017

B.C. budget reveals outlook for cannabis revenue

Victoria expects $50 million in the 2018-19 fiscal year; then $75 million annually

Inflation rises faster than expected in January as restaurant menu prices go up

January consumer prices up 1.7% year-over-year as Ontario's minimum wage hike pushes menu prices higher in Central Canada

John Horgan blinks in standoff with Rachel Notley

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says B.C. wine boycott will be suspended in response to move by B.C.

Fremont Gold to acquire property in world’s second-richest gold province

Vancouver-based Fremont Gold (TSX.V: FRE) announced today that it has entered into an option agreement with Ely Gold Royalties and its wholly-owned subsidiary Nevada Select Royalty to acquire 12...

Vancouver mall transactions lead retail investment property sales

The volume of Canadian retail investment property sales for 2017 is expected to hit a 17-year high, with $5.3 billion in transaction volume already reported for the first half of the year. Eight...

Women to women

Women in Business profiles three female-run organizations in the Lower Mainland helping to support women in the workplace

Chinese students seek entrepreneurship path to immigration

UBC startup seminar draws big crowd as entrepreneurship immigration interest grows