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IPWhoa: What to know before joining this year’s IPO wave

It’s not how much you love the service, it’s how much profit it can bring in

B.C. speculation tax holdouts should talk to city hall, minister says

Deadline to file exemption was April 1, bills start going out in June

B.C. NDP loses vote after Greens walk out in LNG protest

B.C. Greens leave legislature, B.C. Liberals pass amendment

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B.C. takes aim at ‘shell companies’ hiding property ownership

Finance Minister Carole James says law to prevent tax evasion, money laundering

B.C. carbon tax up April 1, other provinces begin to catch up

Greenhouse gas charge approaching 10 cents a litre on gasoline

Tea and technology with B.C. Tech Association CEO Jill Tipping

B.C. needs training and competitive taxation to attract top talent

Lyft’s shares soar as investors bet on ride-hailing future

Lyft raised its target price from its initial range of $62 to $68 over the course of the last week

Ride hailing rules leave B.C. waiting for minister’s final word

Commercial driver’s licence still an obstacle for participants

B.C. MLAs call for no caps, no boundaries for ride hailing drivers

Minister Claire Trevena says Class 4 licence requirement will stay

CHAMBER CHATTER: Enbridge representative to speak at this week’s Chamber lunch

Our sponsor and speaker this month will be: Enbridge – Rikki Beaudet

  • Mar 25, 2019

B.C. NDP moves to provide tax credits, tax cut for LNG Canada

Provincial sales tax break of $596 million repayable after construction

Apple details new magazine, news app at services event

The company also said it is launching a credit card called Apple Card

INDUSTRIAL UPDATE: CCCTA looking forward to Northern Sea Wolf setting sail on new route

There is the much-anticipated arrival of BC Ferries’ Northern Sea Wolf ferry

Fired B.C. farmland commission chair backs NDP rule changes

Richard Bullock agrees with Lana Popham, ALC records don’t

‘Bikinishe’ swimwear retailer prompts Better Business Bureau warning

Watchdog has gotten dozens of complaints about company, which has been using fake Vancouver address

INDUSTRIAL UPDATE: Taseko-Gibraltar: a partner for environmental protection

Planning for environmentally responsible activities is part of Gibraltar’s commitment

  • Mar 24, 2019

INDUSTRIAL UPDATE: Tolko Lakeview Sawmill rebuild 85 per cent complete

Janice Lockyer, communications advisor for Tolko provided answers to our questions:

INDUSTRIAL UPDATE: Cattlemen’s association looking forward to provincial AGM

During the AGM a trade show will take over the large arena and at this point it is almost sold out

Pinterest files for IPO

The company said it has more than 250 million users each month