Comeau decision leaves mixed business reaction

Canadian Supreme Court says provincial government monopolies may exist, although they cannot explicitly prohibit another province’s goods

Comeau loses case but judgment good news for B.C. wine

Canada's top court rules that any provincial measure that is a tariff, or like a tariff, is unconstitutional

Buying and selling a business is the business of managing emotions

Business in Vancouver panellists tackle the wide range of issues that come into play during the high-stress transaction process

Support for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion increasing in B.C.: Angus Reid

As British Columbia and Alberta continue to butt heads over Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, support for the project among B.C. residents has been increasing, according to the...

Bank of Canada maintains overnight rate as global outlook improves

The Canadian dollar slipped after the Bank of Canada announced April 18 it is maintaining the overnight rate at 1.25%, where it has sat since January. While trade issues were noted as a concern,...

Obstacles on roadway ahead for B.C.’s robust economy: forecast

Province still leading the pack in a Canadian economy that is enjoying strong job creation but faces looming trade uncertainty

Infographic: How many U.S. dollar bills are there in circulation?

This infographic breaks down several facts about the American dollar bill

B.C. employment hits first-quarter speed bump

Extending a recent hiring lull, B.C. employment fell by 0.2% (down 3,900 persons) from February in March, albeit with a rebound in full-time job growth. While the headline drop was insignificant,...

Who's getting sued: April 17, 2018

These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have yet to be proven in court.

Lawsuit of the week: Lawyer claims bank failed to spot suspicious transactions that resulted in a $6.6 million theft from trust account

Embattled Richmond-based lawyer Hong Guo and her law corporation are suing the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC), claiming the bank failed to recognize suspicious transactions that led to a...