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406,000 mail-in ballots have been requested for Oct. 24 B.C. election

More than 406,000 people have registered for mail-in ballots since the Oct. 24 provincial election was called a week ago. Less than 24 hours after Premier John Horgan asked Lt.-Gov. Janet Austin to...

Three deaths, 267 new COVID-19 cases in BC since Friday

One new community outbreak in Kelowna linked to a church

Halt Site C dam construction: Green leader

Green leader urges halt to Site C, citing cost concerns, but further delays would increase costs

Horgan promises four new MRIs for Lower Mainland hospitals

The announcement coincided with a release that claimed BC Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson has supported $3 billion in tax breaks for the wealthy over the last three years

Liberals would scrap PST for one year

A zero PST would cost government $7 billion in first year

Vancouver densification acceleration gains momentum

Council set to vote on a motion to allow single-family homes in the city to be split into six units

Vancouver startup Olive raises $1m as it cuts costs for other businesses

What happened: Vancouver startup Olive raises $1m Why it matters: The new capital comes as the company was forced to rethink its target clients during the pandemic Investors are extending an olive...

B.C. tech firms pledge to close gender pay gap as companies ‘find their feet again’

Pay Up for Progress initiative urging business leaders to analyze and address wages gaps

Women in Business: How women of colour can own their success

Women in leadership roles are shaping a new era for diversity and inclusion

Pandemic the overriding wild card for all parties in election 2020

British Columbians are participating in an electoral campaign like no other. In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, voters are being asked to consider the proposals of political parties and to...

Amazon places an order for another 3,000 Vancouver tech workers

E-commerce giant is also significantly expanding presence in old Canada Post development on West Georgia Street in Vancouver