Public infrastructure projects to be union-only

B.C. government confirms bridges and other projects to be built with project labour agreements

Infographic: A short history of U.S. trade wars

Trump, tariffs and tensions: this is not the U.S.'s first rodeo. This infographic provides a brief history of U.S. trade wars.

Cannabis market still holds many mysteries as legalization approaches: experts

BIV’s Business Excellence Series event tackles some of the hot topics puzzling consumers and companies alike

Retail in B.C. bucks countrywide trend

While Canadian retail sales fell 1.2% from March to April, led by declines in Ontario and Quebec, B.C. outperformed. B.C. growth of 1.1% was third-strongest among provinces, behind Saskatchewan and...

BoC raises rates to 1.5%, second increase this year

Bank may have unrealistic growth expectations: economist

Former forests minister Rich Coleman to testify in court battle

Lawyer for bankrupted company claims MLA Coleman has insight into case

B.C.’s largest construction companies increase billing and employment

Provincial billings increased an average of 60.8% since 2013

Professional reliance report chills industry

Proposal for new government regulator should be shelved: business council

Who's getting sued: July 10, 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 not been tested or proven in court.

Lawsuit of the week: Richmond trampoline park failed to ensure safety of users, dead man’s family claims

Family members of a man who died after jumping into a foam pit at Richmond’s Extreme Air Park are suing the facility’s operators, claiming staff at the trampoline park failed to supervise and ensure...