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Canada’s fastest-growing plant-based food brand is powered by a collective vision

Canada’s fastest-growing plant-based food brand is powered by a collective vision

How The Very Good Food Company went from start-up to industry leader – and had its biggest year yet
Final Island-class ferry passes through Panama Canal en route to Victoria

Final Island-class ferry passes through Panama Canal en route to Victoria

The sixth and final new Island-class ferry has passed through the Panama Canada as it heads to Victoria after sailing out of Romania in mid-October.
Kevin Greenard: Template for getting second opinions

Kevin Greenard: Template for getting second opinions

Second Opinion Series, Part 3 of 3: Tips on getting another view on your investments
Training program offers Indigenous students a pathway to the tech sector

Training program offers Indigenous students a pathway to the tech sector

The company's goal is to fill gaps in the tech sector while giving First Nations and Métis people a chance to develop new skills and forge new career paths.
'A form of control': Why people panic buy and how to potentially stop it

'A form of control': Why people panic buy and how to potentially stop it

Panic buying and food hoarding is a natural response to perceived threats of scarcity in an emergency but it's also a response to fear and a need to regain control of one's environment in the face of a threat, a Simon Fraser University professor says.
Wine-making legend reflects on a career ‘so beyond’ what he dreamed of

Wine-making legend reflects on a career ‘so beyond’ what he dreamed of

The founder of the Mark Anthony Group of Companies said he was humbled by the honour, adding it gave him time to reflect on a career that started in the early 1970s.
Despite occasional shortages, no need to stock up on food, say Island grocers

Despite occasional shortages, no need to stock up on food, say Island grocers

Grocery store officials expect shortages to be short lived
Electric vehicle purchase spike expected as Malahat closure squeezes off gasoline

Electric vehicle purchase spike expected as Malahat closure squeezes off gasoline

Gasoline shortages stemming from this week’s Malahat ­closures are pushing even more people to electric vehicles, says a board member of the Victoria EV Association.
Greater Victoria gas stations see long lineups as supplies run low due to Malahat closures

Greater Victoria gas stations see long lineups as supplies run low due to Malahat closures

“It’s not a fuel shortage per se, but we’ve got a real bottleneck on the Malahat”; B.C. Ferries offering one-time sailing Thursday between Swartz Bay and Duke Point
B.C. supply chains: Rattled or resilient after extreme rainfall?

B.C. supply chains: Rattled or resilient after extreme rainfall?

Goods will still arrive at the store, it just might take a little longer, says BC Trucking Association.