Business

Architectural Institute sues Langford over building not designed by architect

Mayor calls lawsuit detrimental during affordable housing crisis

  • Jun 13, 2019

B.C. Liberals call for tax relief for struggling forest industry

Donaldson rejects ‘messing with stumpage system’ that inflames U.S.

Bell joins Rogers with ‘unlimited’ data plans, but not Telus

Move suggests at least a temporary shift in pricing strategy for Canada’s Big 3

Sooke claims win on building permit backlog

Developers are still only cautiously optimistic in the changes

Teal Jones shuts down second-growth harvesting in Honeymoon Bay

About 40 logging contractors impacted locally, company blames high stumpage

Port Alberni store sells another big lottery winner

A1 Convenience in Port Alberni has continued its winning lottery streak

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Morneau: Feds would back new Trans Mountain investors

B.C. lumber layoffs aim to stop falling wood products prices

Production cut as North American stud price dips below $300

Century-old grocery business set to close for new development

Wellburn’s Market closes in 2020 when a new development takes over

Canfor’s B.C. sawmills shutting down for another 2-6 weeks

All but one curtailing production due to poor lumber economics

Is Trans Mountain a pipeline to prosperity for Indigenous communities?

B.C., Alberta revenue sharing embraced by small, rural, poor first nations

Hudson’s Bay executive leads bid to take retailer private

Hudson’s Bay has struggled to adapt to a changing retail landscape

B.C. pot company Tilray shares jump on deal with biggest shareholder

Privateer, backed by venture capitalist Peter Thiel, holds 75 million shares or roughly a 77 per cent stake

Longtime downtown Victoria restaurant gets renovicted

Pluto’s Restaurant has until April 2020 to move out to make way for a development

Vancouver Islanders call for better protection from bad mining

Campaigners ‘not against mining, but mining at any cost’

Vancouver Island’s dryer ball guru makes G20 summit history

Parksville entrepreneur Jennifer LeBrun attends G20 summit in Japan as first female partner delegate

B.C. forest companies get first test for new logging licence rules

Canfor, Interfor seek to transfer timber rights as Vavenby sawmill closes

Pellet plant proposal economic lifeline for Port Alice?

Arterran intends to use cellulose, the waste wood left behind from logging projects, as raw material

  • Jun 4, 2019

Taxpayer group’s tour highlights lost oil revenues for B.C., Alberta

Trans Mountain, new environmental assessment targeted

VIDEO: Misbehave too much? Uber will ban you from the app

So don’t be rude, leave trash behind, or ask the driver to speed beyond the limit

Canadian economy posts weakest back-to-back quarters of growth since 2015

However, overall growth was boosted by highest quarterly level of household spending in two years