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$50M in funding to transform Crofton mill, bring back 100 workers

$50M in funding to transform Crofton mill, bring back 100 workers

Paper Excellence says it will retool a machine to produce water-resistant paper to replace single-use plastics for the food industry, and its boiler system to use waste bark and wood instead of natural gas
Kevin Greenard: First Home Savings Account — what you need to know

Kevin Greenard: First Home Savings Account — what you need to know

Every person who is serious about purchasing their first home should learn about the FHSA. Here’s what you need to know.
Hundreds expected for herring-sale fundraiser for children with cancer

Hundreds expected for herring-sale fundraiser for children with cancer

A $20 donation gets you 20 pounds of herring, or 10 pounds for $15.
Wage negotiations for B.C. Ferries workers to begin early

Wage negotiations for B.C. Ferries workers to begin early

Talks to begin five months early. Union president had warned that members could be lured away by higher-paying jobs.
Cruise season expected to bring record number of passengers to Victoria

Cruise season expected to bring record number of passengers to Victoria

An estimated 850,000 passengers are anticipated, up from last year’s record-setting 715,000.
Night market to return to Sidney’s Beacon Avenue

Night market to return to Sidney’s Beacon Avenue

Organizer of the existing Thursday market at Mary Winspear Centre says the Beacon Avenue event would be "direct competition."
Cleaner heating could net building owners tax relief in Saanich, if plan proceeds

Cleaner heating could net building owners tax relief in Saanich, if plan proceeds

Approach to reducing greenhouse gases would put municipality “on cutting edge” in B.C., mayor says
B.C. residents warned about 'home title fraud' — where scammers sell your house without your knowledge

B.C. residents warned about 'home title fraud' — where scammers sell your house without your knowledge

It happened to two Toronto-based homeowners who left Canada for work-related reasons.
Head of ICBC takes over as president of B.C. Ferries

Head of ICBC takes over as president of B.C. Ferries

Nicholas Jimenez led ICBC through its restructuring to bring in no-fault “enhanced care” auto insurance.
British Columbians slipping deeper into debt

British Columbians slipping deeper into debt

Anxiety levels rising as more British Columbians pay only minimum credit card balances
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