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Cap on international students poses potential threat to B.C. businesses

Cap on international students poses potential threat to B.C. businesses

Surrey Board of Trade will host a roundtable discussion next week to address concerns and possible disruptions.
B.C. businesses pinched by China’s cooling economy

B.C. businesses pinched by China’s cooling economy

Some local importers may benefit from lower prices offered by Chinese wholesalers
Vancouver city council approves vision for Jericho Lands

Vancouver city council approves vision for Jericho Lands

Some residents question the density of towers, location of a proposed SkyTrain station
Greg Martel's Las Vegas home to be sold for $5.1M US

Greg Martel's Las Vegas home to be sold for $5.1M US

The sale is expected to yield just over $1.2 million US after the mortgage is discharged, which will likely go to cover the receiver’s costs
Rob Shaw: B.C. government appeals ruling over restricted drug use

Rob Shaw: B.C. government appeals ruling over restricted drug use

Premier has expressed frustration province can regulate use of tobacco, alcohol – but not that of hard drugs
Enough competition to 'scare the living heck' out of B.C. real estate agents

Enough competition to 'scare the living heck' out of B.C. real estate agents

Pop culture, social media drawing more real estate agents into industry, say experts.
Bank of Canada holds key interest rate at 5%, signals shift toward rate cut talks

Bank of Canada holds key interest rate at 5%, signals shift toward rate cut talks

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada is turning its attention to when it may be able to start cutting interest rates, governor Tiff Macklem said Wednesday as he announced the central bank's decision to hold its key rate at five per cent.
Why Northland Properties’ business empire is one of B.C.’s biggest

Why Northland Properties’ business empire is one of B.C.’s biggest

Recent Garibaldi at Squamish receivership case unlikely to cause much strife for successful, diversified Gaglardi family
Metro Vancouver bus drivers demand lost wages from strike be paid

Metro Vancouver bus drivers demand lost wages from strike be paid

Buses and the SeaBus are back in service as striking bus supervisors return to work.
International visits to B.C. dip below pre-pandemic level in November

International visits to B.C. dip below pre-pandemic level in November

Visits from Mexicans continue to surge