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West Coast dockworkers to hold strike vote June 9 and 10 as pressure mounts in critical contract negotiations

West Coast dockworkers to hold strike vote June 9 and 10 as pressure mounts in critical contract negotiations

Union representing the province’s port workers authorizes strike vote following completion of federal conciliation process
Credit card balances increase in first quarter as mortgage market slows: Equifax

Credit card balances increase in first quarter as mortgage market slows: Equifax

TORONTO — Equifax Canada says credit demand was high in the first quarter of the year while the mortgage market saw a significant slowdown. The agency says in its latest consumer credit report that on average, consumers are spending 21.
$13 billion and counting: Feds put more taxpayer money on the line to complete TMX

$13 billion and counting: Feds put more taxpayer money on the line to complete TMX

The federal government is once again putting taxpayer dollars on the line to prop up the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion (TMX).
Resurrecting office retail spaces in downtown Vancouver

Resurrecting office retail spaces in downtown Vancouver

High office vacancies, hybrid work environments and street safety concerns have not stopped post-pandemic demand for retail space in downtown Vancouver office buildings
Flair tops Canadian airlines with average number of complaints per 100 flights: CTA

Flair tops Canadian airlines with average number of complaints per 100 flights: CTA

TORONTO — Flair Airlines Ltd. has the highest number of complaints per 100 flights of all the major airlines in Canada, according to the Canadian Transportation Agency, as airlines have had a rocky recovery year with delayed and cancelled flights.
Vancouver miner Fortuna Silver has second fatality in South America since last year

Vancouver miner Fortuna Silver has second fatality in South America since last year

Fortuna Silver reports death at mine in Peru, following death in Argentina in January
B.C.'s Eby says Asia trade mission that omitted China helps prepare for 'the worst'

B.C.'s Eby says Asia trade mission that omitted China helps prepare for 'the worst'

British Columbia Premier David Eby is wrapping up an Asian trade mission that omitted China and instead focused on Japan, South Korea and Singapore, a move Eby said was to guard against "the worst" happening in the region.
Lawsuit of the Week: B.C. marketing firm claims ex-employees stole its customers

Lawsuit of the Week: B.C. marketing firm claims ex-employees stole its customers

Future Flow Media alleges several former workers emailed customers to say company had changed names
Employees often 'collateral damage' when activist investors come calling

Employees often 'collateral damage' when activist investors come calling

CALGARY — Experts say 1,500 recently announced job losses at Suncor Energy Inc. are an example of the type of "collateral damage" that can occur when an activist investor comes calling.
Rob Shaw: Eby's trade mission aims to find partners in alignment with B.C. businesses and policies

Rob Shaw: Eby's trade mission aims to find partners in alignment with B.C. businesses and policies

Eby finding companies abroad with B.C.'s interests and ideas in mind
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