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Overhaul plan for Harris Green, featuring 1,500 rental units, to top agenda for next Victoria council

Overhaul plan for Harris Green, featuring 1,500 rental units, to top agenda for next Victoria council

Council this week voted to move to November a public hearing into Starlight Developments’ proposal to transform Harris Green
ReRyde likely to hand over ride-hailing licence to Uber to operate in Victoria

ReRyde likely to hand over ride-hailing licence to Uber to operate in Victoria

Uber has applied to the Passenger Transportation Board for a licence transfer that would allow it to take over from ReRyde’s in Victoria and Kelowna
B.C. limits 2023 apartment rent increases at two per cent

B.C. limits 2023 apartment rent increases at two per cent

Inflation would have pinned allowable rental increases at 5.4 per cent.
Crofton mill to lay off 95 people for two weeks

Crofton mill to lay off 95 people for two weeks

The company says the temporary production curtailment has been timed to coincide with scheduled annual maintenance on the site
Victoria firms split $1.3M in Clean B.C. grants

Victoria firms split $1.3M in Clean B.C. grants

A reclaimed wood broker and a company that helps clients get to net-zero energy in their buildings will receive $500,000 to $800,000
Obituary: Danilo Danzo built property empire from scratch, gave new life to rundown Hotel Dougie

Obituary: Danilo Danzo built property empire from scratch, gave new life to rundown Hotel Dougie

Danilo Danzo built an empire of residential and commercial real estate around Vancouver Island; his crowning achievement was turning a rundown hotel into today’s Rialto, named after the Italian province he emigrated from in 1956.
B.C. Hydro preparing lands for massive John Hart dam seismic upgrading

B.C. Hydro preparing lands for massive John Hart dam seismic upgrading

Work begins mid-month at site near Campbell River
Labour forces: Back-to-office dilemma challenges employers, employees

Labour forces: Back-to-office dilemma challenges employers, employees

Free parking and dog-friendly policies are enticing workers back to the office.
Labour forces: Robots, AI gaining more traction in the workforce

Labour forces: Robots, AI gaining more traction in the workforce

Technology is set to radically retool workplace responsibilities for humans.
Labour forces: Inflation plus full employment equals wage pressures

Labour forces: Inflation plus full employment equals wage pressures

Employees hold all the cards in Canada's tight labour market.