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Rob Shaw: NDP takes shockingly pragmatic approach to gig economy legislation

Rob Shaw: NDP takes shockingly pragmatic approach to gig economy legislation

A sensible balance to dealing with employment concerns under multinational tech companies has a much better chance of long-term survival, writes Rob Shaw
Pipeline company seeking letter of support for Northern B.C. project

Pipeline company seeking letter of support for Northern B.C. project

NorthRiver Midstream has requested a letter of support from the City of Fort St. John for their Northeast B.C. Connector Project.
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.
Whistler’s housing challenges dampen welcome for new professional legislation

Whistler’s housing challenges dampen welcome for new professional legislation

New provincial legislation will make it easier for workers with foreign credentials to work in the area of their expertise
B.C. Ferries' strong passenger numbers and earnings offset by higher operational costs

B.C. Ferries' strong passenger numbers and earnings offset by higher operational costs

B.C. Ferries carried 7.8 million passengers and three million vehicles in this year’s second quarter.
B.C lawyer caught in $78M fraud case, disbarred for money laundering

B.C lawyer caught in $78M fraud case, disbarred for money laundering

'The public must know that illegal activities by lawyers will be severely sanctioned,' wrote the Law Society of British Columbia.
Survey says 75% of B.C.'s jobs in next decade will need post-secondary education

Survey says 75% of B.C.'s jobs in next decade will need post-secondary education

BURNABY, B.C. — The latest labour market survey for British Columbia says 75 per cent of the one million jobs needed over the next decade will require some level of post-secondary education or training.
Inflation, longer sales season weigh on shopping habits this Black Friday

Inflation, longer sales season weigh on shopping habits this Black Friday

TORONTO — Gerick Abaca strolled the CF Toronto Eaton Centre on Friday morning gripping three shopping bags brimming with purchases he hoped would delight his family members this holiday season.
BCUC to take hands-off approach to hydrogen

BCUC to take hands-off approach to hydrogen

Report on nascent hydrogen industry offers hints of potential scale, power requirements
Statistics Canada says retail sales increase 0.6% to $$66.5 billion in September

Statistics Canada says retail sales increase 0.6% to $$66.5 billion in September

Retail sales rose 0.6 per cent to $66.5 billion in September led by increases at motor vehicle and parts dealers, Statistics Canada said Friday. The agency's early estimates also suggest retail sales increased 0.