WestJet CEO optimistic about growth in the Victoria market

A total of 1.2 million WestJet passengers are forecast to pass through YYJ this year, an increase of 33 per cent from last year, says the airline’s CEO

These are the three things you should expect in the federal Liberals' upcoming budget

The federal Liberal government is expected to release its budget for the 2023-24 fiscal year on Tuesday.  Here's a look at three big things to expect: Investments in the clean economy Ottawa is...

Lawsuit of the Week: Family sues Whistler Blackcomb owner over vaccine-related stroke claim

Jackson Reimer was 21 when he allegedly got AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 shot through his employer

Rob Shaw: John Rustad wants to bring the BC Conservatives back

The next B.C. election isn’t for 19 months, but BC Conservative MLA John Rustad is already running like his political life depends upon it. The former BC Liberal who crossed the floor to become the...

B.C. Interior gets economic boost with new gold mines

Two of three new gold mines in B.C. that plan to pour gold in 2024 are based in the region

As economy faces potential recession, Liberals to release 'tricky' budget Tuesday

The federal Liberals are set to unveil a budget on Tuesday intended to showcase their plans to keep Canada competitive amid the clean energy transition while supporting Canadians who are struggling...

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Budget day Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland will deliver the federal government's budget on Tuesday. The minister has...

Don Wright: Will Trudeau make it impossible for Eby to succeed?

The premier's plans need the prime minister's help

Who’s Suing Whom: March 27, 2023 

The latest from the B.C. Supreme Court

This free service links up companies in need of highly skilled employees with job seekers

The Immigrant Services Society of BC (ISSofBC) gives your company every advantage in recruiting new talent

New regulations, new uncertainty – how to navigate the latest amendments to the BC Contaminated Sites Regulations

NEXT Environmental helps clients proactively manage B.C.’s newest soil relocation laws

To deal with decarbonization and dissidence, Teck is splitting up coal and copper

Breaking up is hard to do – especially for a multibillion-dollar business, one of B.C.'s biggest