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Opinion: Young Canadians prefer in-person and hybrid work, according to a new report

Opinion: Young Canadians prefer in-person and hybrid work, according to a new report

The stereotypes around young people only caring about being online are rampant but they are worth questioning — or at least being put in context.
WestJet strike: Tips for refunds on Metro Vancouver flights

WestJet strike: Tips for refunds on Metro Vancouver flights

"If WestJet does not fulfil its rebooking obligations, then the next step is buying a ticket on a competitor, and then making WestJet pay for the extra expense — in small claims court if necessary," says an air passenger advocate.
B.C. auditor general releases interim report on MNP role in CleanBC grants

B.C. auditor general releases interim report on MNP role in CleanBC grants

Business services firm admits offering consultations, denies conflict in grant administration
More WestJet flights grounded as airline says resumption of operations to 'take time'

More WestJet flights grounded as airline says resumption of operations to 'take time'

WestJet passengers faced more flight disruptions Tuesday despite a deal reached over the weekend to end a strike by its mechanics, as the airline says full resumption of operations "will take time.
Contractor Aecon settles dispute with Coastal GasLink over pipeline construction

Contractor Aecon settles dispute with Coastal GasLink over pipeline construction

Shares of Aecon Group Inc. were down more than 15 per cent as of mid-afternoon Tuesday in the wake of news that the infrastructure company has reached a settlement in its ongoing dispute with Coastal GasLink.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell: US inflation is cooling again, though it isn't yet time to cut rates

Fed Chair Jerome Powell: US inflation is cooling again, though it isn't yet time to cut rates

WASHINGTON (AP) — Inflation in the United States is slowing again after higher readings earlier this year, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Tuesday, while adding that more such evidence would be needed before the Fed would cut interest rates.
United States looking at all tools to respond to Canada's digital services tax

United States looking at all tools to respond to Canada's digital services tax

WASHINGTON, D. C. — The Office of the United States Trade Representative says it will do what’s necessary to halt Canada's tax on large foreign digital services companies.
B.C. residents ordered to pay US$110.8M to SEC in offshore stock fraud case

B.C. residents ordered to pay US$110.8M to SEC in offshore stock fraud case

Five B.C. residents were recently issued US$48 million in disgorgement orders and civil penalties, bringing the total monetary orders to over US$110 million for a widespread offshore stock fraud scheme perpetrated, in part, from Vancouver.
Germany needs hydrogen in its energy mix – can Canada deliver?

Germany needs hydrogen in its energy mix – can Canada deliver?

Canadian energy projects and ports could play an important role in the global hydrogen economy
Vancouver's former Nordstrom space could linger empty

Vancouver's former Nordstrom space could linger empty

Pension-fund-owned Cadillac Fairview has a track record of taking its time with projects.