Icelandair to make its seasonal Vancouver flights year-round

Reykjavik-based airline's non-stop Vancouver flights are four times per week

Getting women involved in B.C. tech jobs benefits everyone, says advocate

Women make up just 18 per cent of the tech workforce, according to the BC Tech Association

Ex-Vancouver mayor feels 'more relief than vindication' in winning $150K legal battle

Kennedy Stewart: "Maybe when the line of credit is paid down, the bad smell will go away."

B.C. public sector set for 6.75% wage hike, costing up to $2.6B

B.C. public sector employees will receive a 6.75 per cent wage increase this year, which is the maximum allowance under the ratified collective agreements dubbed the “Shared Recovery Mandate.” There...

Hydra signs up eight fleets for hydrogen offtake agreement

New green hydrogen plant in Prince George draws customers

Struggling Vancouver-based online auto dealer granted creditor protection

Canada Drives restructuring its business model in the face of rapidly rising inventory costs and other auto industry complications

In the Courts: Claims to $800K finder’s fee fall flat for B.C. mortgage broker

Citifund tried to claim fee despite knowing lending terms didn't work for developer

Rob Shaw: Eby banks on electricity. Now we just have to find it

Many questions remain as the premier pins the energy future on electricity ahead of other options

How B.C. skilled worker shortage could worsen in years to come

The province could face a worsening shortage of skilled workers over the next decade as the number of people coming into the profession lags behind those leaving. The president of Okanagan College...

Canadian home sales expected to pick up in spring but inventory still lags

Vancouver real estate sector experiencing resurgence in buyers, says agent

Canada's stockpile of ventilators up from 500 to 27K after procurement push

UBC expert offers insights into Canada's push for ventilator procurement