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Pandemic trading error nets B.C. mutual fund dealer $30K fine, suspension

Pandemic trading error nets B.C. mutual fund dealer $30K fine, suspension

Mutual fund dealer tried to pay back a client for losses incurred due to errors he made and then denied it to the regulator.
B.C. small-business owners less confident than counterparts across the country, says KPMG survey

B.C. small-business owners less confident than counterparts across the country, says KPMG survey

Canadian small-business owners more confident overall about growth
National quantum computing association looks to Vancouver for leadership

National quantum computing association looks to Vancouver for leadership

New industry association, Quantum Industry Canada, appoints first CEO
Airbnb not behind Canadian residential rent increases, study says

Airbnb not behind Canadian residential rent increases, study says

Conference Board of Canada study contradicts recent research from McGill.
B.C.'s Cariboo Gold mine gets the green light

B.C.'s Cariboo Gold mine gets the green light

New underground gold mine outside of Wells, B.C., to employ up to 300 workers during construction
Vancouver among top 50 cities with highest number of ultra-rich millionaires

Vancouver among top 50 cities with highest number of ultra-rich millionaires

Metro region is home to 72 residents with at least US$100M in investible assets
Statistics Canada reports value of building permits up 3.4% in August

Statistics Canada reports value of building permits up 3.4% in August

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says the total monthly value of building permits in Canada rose 3.4 per cent in August to $11.9 billion, as gains in the non-residential sector offset modest declines in residential construction plans.
Rob Shaw: BC United want 'emergency debate,' NDP proposes 'statements' on attacks in Israel

Rob Shaw: BC United want 'emergency debate,' NDP proposes 'statements' on attacks in Israel

Parties condemn the Hamas attacks but are divided on how to express that when the legislature resumes next week
B.C. wage growth slowing as West Coast job postings drop by 15% annually: think tank

B.C. wage growth slowing as West Coast job postings drop by 15% annually: think tank

The number of job postings up slightly in August after a steady decline through most of 2023, says Conference Board of Canada
B.C. biotechs will now be able to do Phase 1 trials in B.C.

B.C. biotechs will now be able to do Phase 1 trials in B.C.

Mount Saint Joseph Hospital to get Phase 1 clinical trials unit to test new drugs