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More than three million British Columbians fully vaccinated

Active infections rose to a six-week high of 1,231.

Copyright royalty collector can’t enforce licences: court

Collectives need to work harder to serve customers, lawyers say

Paddles up: Dragon Boat BC is back (VIDEO)

The annual festival returns September 18–26

Vancouver Mural Festival announces dates for live concerts and mural walking tours

The festival will feature over 60 new murals in 11 Vancouver neighbourhoods

Meng Wanzhou extradition hearings enter final phase next week

The process was delayed for three months from the original scheduled final committal date of May, when Meng asked the court to introduce new evidence from HSBC.

Three Vancouver business leaders offer hope for change in Downtown Eastside

Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside has in the pandemic taken on a new density of despair. Once again, the summer heat has driven the traumatized and victimized out of sweltering warehousing riven with...

Telus ponies up $2b for 5G wireless spectrum

Ottawa raises nearly $9b from latest auction

Judge upholds constitutionality of freeze orders on Bridgemark Group

Freeze orders against public market participants not an unreasonable invasion of privacy, B.C. Supreme Court rules

Want to attract and retain talented people? Lead with your values

No matter the industry, finding and supporting the right people directly affects your success. I believe it starts at the top with good leadership. Good leaders know how to align people, passion and...

Lumber bolsters B.C. manufacturing sales

Manufacturing sales held near record-high levels in May, propelled again by the stratospheric rise in wood-product prices. Total factory shipments rose 1.2% to a seasonally adjusted $5.52 billion,...

What are we reading? July 29, 2021

Mark Falkenberg, deputy managing editor: This interview with scientist Eric Topol gives some reason for optimism about how the rest of the COVID-19 pandemic, including how the spread of the Delta...