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Court ruling could impact sport fishery

BC Supreme Court orders DFO to give First Nations priority over sport fishery

Copper Mountain buys Altona mining in $72m deal

Vancouver’s Copper Mountain Mining (TSX:CMMC) has completed the acquisition of Australian junior Altona Mining for A$93 million, or about $72 million at today’s rates. As part of the deal,...

Comeau decision leaves mixed business reaction

Canadian Supreme Court says provincial government monopolies may exist, although they cannot explicitly prohibit another province’s goods

HR has a seat at the C-suite table: talent search boss

Global HR company Randstad Sourceright appoints its first Canada-based executive

Minimum wage for liquor servers set to increase in B.C.

The minimum wage for liquor servers and “other alternate minimum wage earners” – including piece-rate farm workers, resident caretakers and live-in camp leaders – will be increasing soon, B.C.’s...

Province of B.C. launching review of real estate regulators

The government of British Columbia has announced it is launching a review of the province’s two main real estate regulators. The review will look at the roles and responsibilities of both the Real...

Clear vision, consistent feedback among hallmarks of better bosses

A breath of fresh air People typically leave a company for one of three reasons (or a combination of them). The first is a disconnect between the company’s purpose and their personal contribution....

Petronas committed to LNG long game in Canada: CEO

A Q&A with Anuar Taib, executive vice-president and CEO of upstream at Petronas

Richmond realtor fined for duping buyer into displaying ‘sold’ sign for a year

A Richmond realtor has been fined after tricking a buyer to display a New Coast Realty “sold” sign outside the property for a year. Xinwei (Sylvie) Zhao, who worked under the New Coast Realty...

Comeau loses case but judgment good news for B.C. wine

Canada's top court rules that any provincial measure that is a tariff, or like a tariff, is unconstitutional

Tim Hortons: the decline and fall of an iconic Canadian brand

The bad news keeps piling up for Tim Hortons. Leger and National Public Relations recently released their annual report ranking Canada’s most admired companies. Google and Shoppers Drug Mart topped...

Real estate turns to tech to fill in labour market gaps

App manages labourers’ hours, pay and job performance for construction companies