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Island auto dealer first woman to chair New Car Dealers Association of B.C.

Island auto dealer first woman to chair New Car Dealers Association of B.C.

Ann Marie Clark of Steve Marshall Ford will advocate for her industry
Ticketmaster cyberattack may affect users’ personal details

Ticketmaster cyberattack may affect users’ personal details

1,000s of users may have had their data compromised
Ontario reports 9 listeriosis cases as almond, cashew, coconut and oat milk recalled

Ontario reports 9 listeriosis cases as almond, cashew, coconut and oat milk recalled

Silk brand almond, coconut, almond-coconut oat milk, Great Value brand almond milk affected
FORSYTH: Grotto spa at Tigh-Na-Mara a crash course in relaxation

FORSYTH: Grotto spa at Tigh-Na-Mara a crash course in relaxation

Spa and tapas allow you to experience all your senses
Vancouver Island's Coulson Aviation on cutting edge of wildfire fighting

Vancouver Island's Coulson Aviation on cutting edge of wildfire fighting

Port Alberni company remains at the forefront despite the changing face of wildfires
Foreign streamers challenging Canadian content fund surcharge

Foreign streamers challenging Canadian content fund surcharge

Online Streaming Act forces giants like Apple and Spotify to pay 5% of Canadian revenue into fund
Nanaimo manufacturer 'brakes' into electric commercial vehicle market

Nanaimo manufacturer 'brakes' into electric commercial vehicle market

VMAC now manufacturing electric air brake compressors for zero-emission heavy duty vehicles
True Grain Bakery celebrates 20 years in Cowichan Bay

True Grain Bakery celebrates 20 years in Cowichan Bay

German inspired, True Grain stays true to their name every step of the way with sustainability
Hudson’s Bay buys luxury American retail chain Neiman Marcus

Hudson’s Bay buys luxury American retail chain Neiman Marcus

US$2.65B deal expected to result in a new entity called Saks Global
Indigenous tourism struggles despite rebounding international demand

Indigenous tourism struggles despite rebounding international demand

Post-pandemic recovery slow, operators say support from government lacking