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Sue Brown and Carol Liao: Atira's walls come tumbling down

Sue Brown and Carol Liao: Atira's walls come tumbling down

The time has come for serious reforms and a new accountability
B.C. to open office with sixth-largest trade partner

B.C. to open office with sixth-largest trade partner

Imports from the small island of Taiwan far outweigh B.C. and Canadian exports to it
Kirk LaPointe: The public is calling for an inquiry. Johnston and Trudeau should give us one

Kirk LaPointe: The public is calling for an inquiry. Johnston and Trudeau should give us one

Conflicts of interest are about perception, writes Kirk LaPointe
In the Courts: Mom ordered to repay family’s motorcycle shop over $120K

In the Courts: Mom ordered to repay family’s motorcycle shop over $120K

The $1.2M sale of a family business created some serious friction
Federal government posts $41.3 billion deficit for 2022-23 fiscal year

Federal government posts $41.3 billion deficit for 2022-23 fiscal year

OTTAWA — The federal government ended the 2022-23 fiscal year with a $41.3 billion deficit, slightly lower than it had forecast in its budget released in March. The Finance Department says the result compares to a $95.
Who’s Suing Whom: May 26, 2023

Who’s Suing Whom: May 26, 2023

The latest from the B.C. Supreme Court
Martel investors may have long wait to find out if they'll recover money

Martel investors may have long wait to find out if they'll recover money

The receiver has indicated there could be more than 1,205 investors.
Punched on the job: when gig workers are denied basic safety support

Punched on the job: when gig workers are denied basic safety support

An assaulted Uber driver makes the case, say advocates, for extending employee rights. The BC government isn’t sure.
Lululemon promises 2,600 new jobs after exemption from some immigration rules

Lululemon promises 2,600 new jobs after exemption from some immigration rules

Vancouver-based company Lululemon says it will expand its headquarters in the city and create 2,600 jobs over the next five years.
B.C. premier embarks on trade mission in Japan, Korea, Singapore and Vietnam

B.C. premier embarks on trade mission in Japan, Korea, Singapore and Vietnam

VICTORIA — British Columbia Premier David Eby is heading to Asia on a trade mission that makes stops in Japan, Korea, Singapore and Vietnam. But the premier's tour itinerary, released Thursday, does not include China.