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Top business stories of the week (May 8-12)

From a damning report on BC Housing to Metro Vancouver’s ‘weird’ real estate market
Former BC Housing CEO Shayne Ramsay. A forensic audit released Monday revealed how Ramsay circumvented conflict of interest rules for years to favour the agency his wife, Janice Abbott, runs. BC Housing

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BC Housing crisis

Shayne Ramsay gone from Squamish Nation company behind Senakw towers

Report finds mismanagement, risk to public funds at BC Housing under former CEO

Federal government to review Atira Women's Resource Society in aftermath of BC Housing audit

Vancouver’s newest unicorn company

Absolute Software being acquired for $1B

Air trouble

Flight delays not Air Canada's fault, B.C. tribunal says

Airlines demand 'shared accountability' for flight disruptions

Customer satisfaction with Air Canada, WestJet falls below average: Survey

YVR boss got big pay raise in 2022, despite end-of-year debacle

Is Metro Vancouver real estate getting ‘weird’?

Metro Vancouver real estate enters ‘weird’ spring market

ABC Vancouver gives developers $3.8M tax break

More to mine

Reported Lassonde bid for Teck coal could thwart Glencore: analyst

Canada exported a record amount of minerals in 2021

Canada must increase mining investment to regain top production spot: MAC report

Business news potpourri

Meta has team working to block news on Facebook, Instagram from Canadian users

Canada-China spat could sour business relations, experts say

Injunction denied to have SFU football program reinstated

B.C. mayors seek federal funds for TransLink to match immigration

First Nation did not prove Aboriginal title for entire claim area: B.C. Supreme Court

Mid-sized Vancouver venues are attracting major public and private investment