B.C. trade officials ponder next move as China turns up heat over Huawei arrest

Canadians should ‘exercise a high degree of caution in China,’ foreign affairs minister says

In wake of Huawei CFO’s arrest, Canada should revisit its relationship with Chinese tech

Just when it seemed we had run out of things we could blame on Donald Trump, along came the perilous mess with Meng Wanzhou. Canada, and specifically our region, has been wounded by friendly fire...

Security increased for Canadian diplomats in China after Huawei arrest

Officials working to see Canadian detained by Beijing police, second Canadian unreachable

Infographic: The rise of co-working spaces

Technology is enabling us to work remotely more often than ever before, but many workers find they still need interaction with others for the sake of their mental health. Co-working spaces are...

Strike averted at Burnaby casino

A strike at Burnaby’s Grand Villa Casino has been averted. More than 1,200 members of the BC Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) working at Gateway’s Grand Villa Casino in Burnaby and...

No major residential price drops for Metro Vancouver and B.C. next year: forecasts

Two separate brokerage surveys predict home values will stay virtually flat or decrease only slightly

NDP seeks changes to Employment Standards Act

B.C. Labour Minister Harry Bains says new legislation will arrive by next spring

Mining outlook reveals employment and education gaps

A recent report on Canada’s mining sector suggests that there may soon be a rebound in the industry, but it warns that a drop in the number of mining engineering graduates needs to be countered with...

B.C. firm seeks to reopen troubled Guatemalan mine

Pan American’s deal doubles silver reserves, but comes with legal challenges

Miners aim to rebuild global reputation

Canadian companies working to improve industry’s image

Property taxes squeezing upper- and lower-end real estate in B.C.

  On the roll The tax roll has closed for 2019, and assessment notices will be sent within the month to property owners – some of whom will undoubtedly be shocked by what the province has to...