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Richmond mall to transform into 'village'

Shape Properties hopes to have shovels in the ground by early 2020 at Richmond Centre to start transforming it into a high-density, transit-oriented neighbourhood with homes, shops and...

B.C. home sales see slight uptick in May, still down year over year: BCREA

Average home price is 4.3 per cent lower than one year ago; annual price decline is flattening out

Vancouver hoping for economic win with NHL Entry Draft

High-profile event expected to bring long-term financial gains for Canucks, Vancouver

Shades of grey shroud Vancouver's cannabis retail scene

Opportunities for legal operators as shift to legitimate retail outlets is in full swing

B.C. animators tap toy, video game revenue streams

Producers increasingly looking to IP that can be licensed for spinoff merchandise

Trump bad for Canada, say 73% of British Columbians surveyed

Whether we enjoy it or not, Canada has already been subjected to the early stages of the 2020 United States presidential campaign. If a different person were occupying the Oval Office, the attention...

Trouble in B.C.’s woods means trouble for the province’s economy

Battered and bleeding, the B.C. lumber industry has seen better days. Today, it is grappling with tough market conditions, a diminished domestic timber supply (along with rising fibre costs), U.S....

For the record, June 18, 2019

Email your For the Record information to: fortherecord@biv.com. Please include a high-resolution, colour headshot where possible. Photos appear in the print edition only. Finance Pamela Lee, Clint...

Average top-100 revenue surpasses $1b for first time

More companies ascended than descended BIV’s list of B.C.’s top public companies

Insider trading: June 18, 2019

The following is a list of stock trades made by corporate executives, directors and other company insiders of B.C.’s public companies filed in the week ended June 12, 2019. The information comes from...

Who's getting sued: June 18, 2019

These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.

LNG trades training program for women launched

LNG Canada and its contractor will provide training and cover flights and accommodation