Burnaby refinery shutdown causing gas price spike

Jump in local gasoline costs gives foretaste of repercussions from trade war with Alberta

Throne speech signals spending spree

Throne speech promises largest ever spending on housing, child care

Who's getting sued: February 13, 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: Artist alleges BC Lottery Corp. used maple leaf image for scratch tickets without permission

Commercial artist Kim Hunter is suing the British Columbia Lottery Corp. (BCLC), claiming the company used an image of a maple leaf she created on a scratch-and-win lottery ticket without her...

Insider trading: February 13, 2018

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 February 7, 2018. The information comes...

Alberta-B.C. trade war needs Trudeau peacekeeping mission

Province’s exports to Alberta are more valuable than B.C.’s exports to China, business council says

Tax case violates charter, owner of Mossack Fonseca-linked firm says

Canada Revenue Agency’s pursuit of stock promoter put Corporate House on federal radar years before Panama Papers leak, documents reveal

Top tips for transitioning or selling a business

Preparing to transition a business to a family member, partner, or to sell a business is a complicated process that requires long-term strategizing. Whatever the reason for exiting—whether it be...

B.C. eyes turn to Ontario's job numbers after 20% increase in minimum wage

Job losses in Ontario attributed to people leaving the labour force

‘Due for a pullback’ — B.C. loses 5,100 jobs in January

Canadian job growth made a hard U-turn in January. B.C. lost 5,100 jobs in the first month of the year while the country saw 88,800 jobs disappear during that same period, according to data released...