Business

Dinosaurs revived for animatronic auction in Langley

More than 500 robot dinosaurs, fossils, and exhibition gear are going on the block Aug. 6

 

Support local businesses Saturday, July 25 with The Big Spend Initiative

Across Canada people are encouraged to shop, help businesses impacted by COVID-19

 

B.C. First Nation breaks ground on $4.5 million gas bar in the Chilcotin

Chilcotin River Trading at Tl’etinqox will feature a grocery store, café and more

Williams Lake First Nation signs partnership agreement with DWB Consulting Services Ltd

The partnership is a result of ongoing environmental monitoring in the River Valley

Williams Lake laundromat owner adjusts to COVID-19

Elisna de Swardt hopes changes they’ve made will be permanent

OUR HOMETOWN: Tom Wong rolls with the punches

Local sports organizations have benefited from Wong’s generosity as a backer of youth athletics

Labour minister stands ground as B.C. business leaders demand temporary layoff extension

Temporary layoff time limits must be extended now, businesses tell Harry Bains

Multi-million dollar upgrades completed to Pinnacle Renewable Energy in Williams Lake

The bed dryer can run at a lower temperature and remove more moisture

New association to provide voice for B.C. First Nation development corporations

First Nation Business Development Association is comprised of nearly 50 members

New wheelchair for dogs aims to increase the length and quality of senior dogs’ lives

‘Just like in the human world where we have walkers, wheelchairs and diapers’

Tourism Discovery Centre welcomes three summers students, opens seven days a week

“We’re doing a lot more cleaning, and have a sani station set up for people when they come in.”

Quesnel’s C&C Wood Products Ltd. and Westside Logging file for bankruptcy

PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc. (PwC) has been appointed trustee

Satya Yoga stretching in new directions

COVID-19, 2017 wildfires, cause owners to make changes

As two B.C. offices see outbreaks, Dr. Henry warns tests don’t replace other measures

Physical distancing, PPE and sanitizing remain key to reduce COVID-19 spread

100 per cent of Cariboo businesses have had to reduce employee hours or lay employees off, study finds

This survey was conducted by the BC Chamber of Commerce called the COVID-19 Impact Pulse Check #3