Business

UPDATE: Parties square off over Site C delays

Rushed report unable to determine if dam on $8.8 billion budget

Site C review begins province-wide hearings

Horgan wants independent report on whether to keep building dam

Nomination window open for Vancouver Island’s Family Business Awards

2018 Family Business Excellence Awards nominations due Oct. 12

Toys “R” Us files for bankruptcy protection in U.S.; plans to follow suit in Canada

Toys ‘R’ Us, based in Wayne, New Jersey, announced the filing late Monday.

Ontario first to release plan to sell and distribute marijuana

When drug is legalized, government will sell marijuana in as many as 150 LCBO stores

LNG viable for long term, NDP minister says

Interest still strong despite ‘major plummet’ of prices

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      New rules would ban Realtors from representing both buyers and sellers

      B.C. superintendent of real estate continues to act, following report into ‘shadow flipping’

      Bank of Canada raises interest rate to 1 per cent

      Increase comes as country’s powerful growth broadens

      Tax changes needed to avoid ‘two classes of Canadians’: finance minister

      Entrepreneurs, including in B.C., say incentives allow them to take on risks of opening companies

      Farmland reforms ahead for NDP government

      ALR ‘zone two’ on the way out, Lana Popham says

      Hudson’s Bay opens shop in the Netherlands

      The retailer steps outside Canada with its flagship brand in Amsterdam

      Storm brewing over Ottawa’s tax proposals

      Small businesses are headed for an autumn tax showdown with the Trudeau government

      B.C. Green leader gets his way on minimum wage

      NDP drops 2021 deadline for reaching $15 an hour

      VIDEO: Crowds line up for new Star Wars toys

      Langley Toys “R” Us one of the few stores in Canada to get special release of The Last Jedi toys

      Gas prices jump overnight in some Canadian markets, led by B.C., Quebec

      Average price soars above $1.16 per litre because of extensive flooding in Houston

      Five-hour days among work perks at B.C. tech companies

      Businesses are fighting the talent crunch with perks like vacation cash and luxury cars

      CPP reform to help boost plan’s assets above $15 trillion by 2090: analysis

      Federal calculations follow deal last year to increase Canadians’ retirement benefits

      Group of Sears Canada creditors wants to sue

      Sears Canada is undergoing a rebranding, following the closure of 59 locations across the country

      Tourist cancellations far beyond B.C. wildfire zone

      Vancouver Island traffic up, misinformation a problem

      Most ‘peak millennials’ in B.C. say they can’t afford a home: survey

      New research suggests four-fifths of those ages 25-30 don’t think they can buy in the next five years