Business

Some Canadian news outlets ready to cope with Facebook’s News Feed changes

Social network wants to promote conversation and make time spent on the platform more meaningful

Facebook edits feeds to bring less news, more sharing

Facebook shares dropped more than 5 per cent to $177.31 in premarket trading after change unveiled

2017 home sales below 2016 record, but far above average: B.C. real estate association

About 5,700 sales were recorded in December, up 21.5 per cent over same period last year

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City of Campbell River to consider donating land for ambitious affordable housing solution

AVIHS: ‘Municipal governments are trying to do this on their own, but it’s impossible’

Regional District of Nanaimo wants to regulate short term vacation rentals

Market growing despite fact they are not technically permitted in electoral areas

Fewer flights coming to north Island

Pacific Coastal Airlines cites poor numbers in Port Hardy flight reduction

Time running out for Comox agriculture co-operative to purchase farm

The CCAC has less than two months to come up with the down payment for a 56-acre farm

B.C. lumber industry applauds Canadian trade action

Canada accuses U.S. of violating international law in many countries

Save-On-Foods follows Loblaws and offers $25 bread price fixing reward

The company said they had nothing to do with the scandal

Cash rules tightened for B.C. casinos

Gamblers must report source for buy-ins of $10,000 and up

Comox Valley’s Awesome All Winter and WinterFest Returns

More than 30 concerts, performances and live sites to heat up 2018 winter

  • Jan 7th, 2018

Metchosin family powered by the sun

Converts home to solar and profits from the experience

Rising house assessments don’t necessarily reflect house value

Not a fan of your house value rising 10-25 percent? You don’t have to follow the trend

Vancouver Island farm makes hay with B.C.’s first milk dispenser

‘We’ve compared it to refilling beer growlers’: owner

Nanaimo mall will bring skating rink to centre court

Indoor skating rink at Woodgrove Centre will support Nanaimo Child Development Centre

New construction won’t solve Victoria’s housing crunch

As of September, housing starts were up 127 per cent in Greater Victoria compared to 2016

B.C.’s annual allowable rent increase jumps to four per cent

Rent hike ceiling has steadily risen since 2013, when the maximum was 2.2 per cent