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Signs of recovery after U.S. market swings, industry executive says
Ridesharing Now for BC says it had hoped the bill would be more customer-driven like in other cities
Union holds fifth week of rotating strikes as both sides remain apart on contract negotiations
Grocery Experience National Survey Report suggests most grocery shoppers spend 32 minutes per visit
Owner Taylor Galloway hopes one day his sons will take over the business
Pipelines totalling 840,000 kilometres run across Canada
The privately held company has nine sawmills in southern Sweden with an annual production capacity of 1.1 billion board feet.
Kamloops, Prince George, Campbell River and Langford are the only other markets in the study without gaps between required and actual income in owning a home.
In 1983, Durfeld opened the city’s first physio clinic: Williams Lake Physiotherapy Clinic (WLPC).
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers closed two major processing centres in Ontario and B.C.
Employers calculating cost, including property taxes increases
Faster-growing seedlings, need for aspen to provide moose winter feed
Quesnel provider will offer seven low-cost daycare spaces as part of government prototype project
Positions reviewed as management contracts expire
Telus Corp. reported a third-quarter profit of $447 million, up from $406 million a year ago, and raised its dividend.
City says it’s collected $18 million so far from the tax that aims to ease the near-zero vacancy rate
The CRA and the RCMP hosted briefing in Ottawa as they try to crack down on call centres loaded with fraudsters who phone Canadians
Treats made with milk from water buffalos are healthier, supplier says
Sale of Ridley Terminals in Prince Rupert expected to be completed by summer 2019
Government policy and natural market cycles are slowly cooling down real estate