Ritchie Bros. completes contentious acquisition of IAA Inc.
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Inc. announced it has closed its acquisition of U.S. firm IAA Inc. after a contentious few months that saw shareholders divided over the deal. Shareholders of the...
Burnaby Board of Trade issues wish-list for federal budget
B.C. businesses hope to see budget measures to deal with labour shortages
YVR ranks as best airport in Canada, second in North America: Skytrax
Airport had ranked No. 1 in North America for 12 straight years up until 2022
Ten Vancouver-based companies receive $25.7M to expand to global markets
The federal funding aims to help leading B.C. businesses accelerate their growth and compete globally
Canadian Soccer Association’s top executive testifies to House of Commons committee
The general secretary of the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) said the organization is not only working to solve a pay dispute with women’s national team players, but is backtracking on program cuts...
Amazon layoffs raising spectre of added empty Vancouver sublease space
Downtown Vancouver has a 30-year-high amount of empty sublease office space
Nexus trusted-traveller program to fully resume by April 24 after yearlong standoff
The federal government says the Nexus trusted-traveller program will fully ramp back up within five weeks, allowing frequent border crossers to complete their applications and speed up their...
Nordstrom Canada to begin liquidation Tuesday after receiving court's permission
Nordstrom expects all its Canadian stores to close by late June, while 2,500 workers will lose their jobs
Lawsuit of the Week: Ballet BC sues insurer over cancelled performances during COVID-19
The society claims insurer must cover losses resulting from cancellations
How air passenger complaints ballooned to 42,000-plus
Ballooning backlog means each case now needs more than a year and a half to handle
Amazon to lay off 9,000 employees on top of 18,000 in January
Amazon employed about 10,000 workers in B.C. as of last year
Rob Shaw: B.C. has 11 days left to spend all of its unprecedented surplus. It likely can't
The B.C. government has embarked on an unprecedented spending spree over the past four months, shovelling billions of dollars of an unexpectedly large budget surplus out the door to community groups,...