Pipeline company seeking letter of support for Northern B.C. project

NorthRiver Midstream has requested a letter of support from the City of Fort St. John for their Northeast B.C. Connector Project.

Richmond-based company offers the perfect trifecta of fire safety, video security and peace of mind

A trusted brand across Metro Vancouver since 1948 changes its identity

Whistler’s housing challenges dampen welcome for new professional legislation

New B.C. legislation will make it easier for workers with foreign credentials to work in the area of their expertise. Housing them, however, presents big challenges.

B.C lawyer caught in $78M fraud case, disbarred for money laundering

'The public must know that illegal activities by lawyers will be severely sanctioned,' wrote the Law Society of British Columbia.

70 Crofton paper workers face at least another three-month closure

The workers had hoped to be back on the job Dec. 1, but the company says international paper markets have not recovered as anticipated

B.C. mines minister to lead delegation to London

Head of Nisga'a government among delegates at U.K. mining conference

PR veterans launch Vancouver-based WinterCove Communications

‘One-way communication from senior executives down is not a successful model anymore.’

Survey says 75% of B.C.'s jobs in next decade will need post-secondary education

Labour market survey says nurses, elementary school teachers and software engineers will be among the most highly sought-after

B.C. lawyer disbarred for misappropriating $62K from client

Client left with 'immense stress and anxiety' after money was misappropriated from her employer and disability insurer

Canada's high court to rule if bankruptcy wipes out court-ordered fines in B.C. case

Case stems from manipulation of share prices of a stock traded on TSXV