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Nexus trusted-traveller program to fully resume by April 24 after yearlong standoff

Nexus trusted-traveller program to fully resume by April 24 after yearlong standoff

The federal government says the Nexus trusted-traveller program will fully ramp back up within five weeks, allowing frequent border crossers to complete their applications and speed up their trips.
Nordstrom Canada to begin liquidation Tuesday after receiving court's permission

Nordstrom Canada to begin liquidation Tuesday after receiving court's permission

The liquidation sales at Nordstrom stores across Canada will begin Tuesday.
Rob Shaw: B.C. has 11 days left to spend all of its unprecedented surplus. It likely can't

Rob Shaw: B.C. has 11 days left to spend all of its unprecedented surplus. It likely can't

The B.C. government has embarked on an unprecedented spending spree over the past four months, shovelling billions of dollars of an unexpectedly large budget surplus out the door to community groups, transit organizations and municipalities.
How air passenger complaints ballooned to 42,000-plus

How air passenger complaints ballooned to 42,000-plus

The number of air passenger complaints to Canada's transport regulator is soaring, more than tripling to 42,000 over the past year.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Nordstrom sales A court hearing is expected to be held on Monday for Nordstrom Canada to seek approval of a liquidation sale as it prepares to shutter its 13 locati
Chinese diplomat named in CSIS reports should have been expelled, says former mayor

Chinese diplomat named in CSIS reports should have been expelled, says former mayor

Former Vancouver mayor Kennedy Stewart wonders why the federal government did not order China’s consul general in Vancouver to leave the country. Tong Xiaoling figures heavily in Canadian spy agency reports leaked to The Globe and Mail .
In the Courts: Why Adastra’s cocaine claims are no laughing matter to B.C. investor

In the Courts: Why Adastra’s cocaine claims are no laughing matter to B.C. investor

While comedy thriller Cocaine Bear has been cleaning up at the box office in recent weeks, one B.C. man is finding nothing funny about the share prices of a recent investment. Langley-based cannabis production company in Adastra Holdings Ltd.
Top business stories of the week (March 13-17)

Top business stories of the week (March 13-17)

What we've been following in business this past week
Multi-month Nexus backlog holding up Canada-U.S. cross-border travel flows

Multi-month Nexus backlog holding up Canada-U.S. cross-border travel flows

Meanwhile, restored Amtrak train service expected to help renew cross-border tourism
'Troubled' Eby seeks CSIS briefing on alleged Chinese meddling in Vancouver election

'Troubled' Eby seeks CSIS briefing on alleged Chinese meddling in Vancouver election

Eby says Canadians deserve a "thorough and independent investigation" into the claims.