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‘Cookie-cutter approach’ a no-go as B.C. grapples with transportation challenges ahead

‘Cookie-cutter approach’ a no-go as B.C. grapples with transportation challenges ahead

Experts at GVBOT forum urge more collaboration solving transpo woes
Kevin Greenard: Lock in your spousal loan at a rate of one per cent

Kevin Greenard: Lock in your spousal loan at a rate of one per cent

There is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for those thinking of utilizing a spousal loan strategy, but you need to act before July 1, 2022.
City endorses plan to expand Downtown Victoria Business Association

City endorses plan to expand Downtown Victoria Business Association

The Downtown Victoria Business Association is now the second largest business improvement association in the province, after the city adopted a bylaw this week expanding its downtown boundaries.
Victoria International Marina hosts nearly 50 Nordhavn yachts

Victoria International Marina hosts nearly 50 Nordhavn yachts

Gathering continues until Sunday
Lynx Airline starts service at YYJ, gets water-cannon greeting

Lynx Airline starts service at YYJ, gets water-cannon greeting

Lynx Air made its inaugural flight to Victoria International Airport on Thursday morning. It is starting twice weekly flights between Victoria and Calgary, moving to three times a week as of June 29.
Revamp for former A&B Sound building in downtown Nanaimo

Revamp for former A&B Sound building in downtown Nanaimo

Building has been largely empty since A&B Sound closed its store at the site in 2008.
Greater Victoria's March building permits up 65% from last year

Greater Victoria's March building permits up 65% from last year

March’s total building permit value in capital region was $165.5 million, it was $99 million in March 2021.
Demand for air travel spurs hiring at airlines, airports

Demand for air travel spurs hiring at airlines, airports

Airport security screeners, flight attendants among the workers in demand
Rising gas prices hitting bottom line of businesses that move people and goods

Rising gas prices hitting bottom line of businesses that move people and goods

Gas prices are going up across the country, but are highest in B.C., where they hit $2.219 a litre in parts of Greater Victoria and Metro Vancouver this week.
No relief in sight for global supply chain congestion

No relief in sight for global supply chain congestion

Cargo movement inefficiencies, disruptions, port shutdowns, Russian invasion stall goods movement recovery