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Nanaimo hopeful Silver Muse stop translates into more cruise ship visits in future

Nanaimo hopeful Silver Muse stop translates into more cruise ship visits in future

Officials are doing their best to make a good impression while the Silver Muse is docked at the Port of Nanaimo, in the hopes the cruise line will consider returning to the Vancouver Island city.
Walmart, Sobeys sink multimillions into massive Metro Vancouver distribution centres

Walmart, Sobeys sink multimillions into massive Metro Vancouver distribution centres

Walmart, Sobeys sink multimillions into massive Metro Vancouver distribution centres
Was your flight delayed in Canada? You might be entitled to hundreds of dollars

Was your flight delayed in Canada? You might be entitled to hundreds of dollars

You may be entitled to money even if you are booked on another flight.
Spring real estate market slow out of the gate in Greater Victoria

Spring real estate market slow out of the gate in Greater Victoria

Sales in April were well below last year’s figures as just 824 properties changed hands, versus 1,116 in April 2021.
Victoria Shipyard workers get new four-year deal

Victoria Shipyard workers get new four-year deal

Deal narrowly accepted; union official says he expected rejection
Tourism industry recognizes leaders Wright and Ollis at annual awards

Tourism industry recognizes leaders Wright and Ollis at annual awards

Randy Wright of Harbour Air receives Life Member Award from Destination Greater Victoria. Brenda Ollis, general manager of Chateau Victoria Hotel, receives Miracle Award
B.C. homeowners will ‘have to stomach’ mortgage pain

B.C. homeowners will ‘have to stomach’ mortgage pain

Rate-hikes putting pressure on homeowners and first-time buyers, say experts
Kevin Greenard: Investment costs directly impact your net return

Kevin Greenard: Investment costs directly impact your net return

Over time, investment costs and fees can have a significant impact to your bottom line due to the power of compounding growth.
Even in recession, lumber demand expected to be high

Even in recession, lumber demand expected to be high

Despite rising interest, mortgage rates, new housing starts expected to remain strong in U.S.
Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Number of new cars available to dealerships in the province hits record low