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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
Gas prices hit all-time high of $2.219 a litre in Greater Victoria

Gas prices hit all-time high of $2.219 a litre in Greater Victoria

The average price of gas in Canada is pushing toward $1.97 a litre, with British Columbians feeling the most pain at the pump, shelling out an average of $2.06 a litre.
London Drugs’ robot delivery service rolls out smoothly so far

London Drugs’ robot delivery service rolls out smoothly so far

Richmond-based company introduces Roll-E robot to curbside customers.
Pandemic paves way for new B.C. car-share programs — including renting out your vehicle

Pandemic paves way for new B.C. car-share programs — including renting out your vehicle

The cost to rent a car in Canada skyrocketed by nearly 32% in 2021. A handful of start-ups are rising up to challenge an old business model — from Tesla-curious car shares to a new way for people to rent out their own vehicle.
Greater Victoria's unemployment rate inched up in April from March

Greater Victoria's unemployment rate inched up in April from March

As Greater Victoria recovers from the impact of the pandemic, a total of 218,000 people are working, down from 220,400 in March.
Kevin Greenard: Dissecting the tax deductibility of investment costs

Kevin Greenard: Dissecting the tax deductibility of investment costs

The Canadian Securities Association (CSA) regulates securities law in Canada, including disclosure requirements. They have issued several phases of Client Focused Reforms (CFR) to make changes to ensure clients’ interests are put first.
Arrive early if you're travelling out of YYJ; delays up to an hour at airport security

Arrive early if you're travelling out of YYJ; delays up to an hour at airport security

Officials at Victoria International Airport are encouraging passengers to arrive early as lanes to get through security checks are seeing delays of up to an hour, and even longer on some days.
Homes-for-sale inventory increases on Island outside Greater Victoria, but strong demand keeps prices high

Homes-for-sale inventory increases on Island outside Greater Victoria, but strong demand keeps prices high

Improved inventory in the Vancouver Island real estate market outside Greater Victoria has resulted in more conditional offers.
Gas prices jump 12 cents a litre in Greater Victoria

Gas prices jump 12 cents a litre in Greater Victoria

Pump prices shot up by 12 cents a litre to $2.099 at some service stations Tuesday — a big leap, but still off the record $2.169 seen in March.