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Province investing $7 million in Okanagan mass timber manufacturing

Province investing $7 million in Okanagan mass timber manufacturing

The funding will help provide 28 additional jobs at the Okanagan Falls facility
Prince of Whales cracks Tripadvisor list for Canada's best traveller experiences

Prince of Whales cracks Tripadvisor list for Canada's best traveller experiences

Marine adventure tour operator has outlets in Victoria, Vancouver, and Telegraph Cove
Vote on partial Alaskan cruise ship ban could boost B.C. economy

Vote on partial Alaskan cruise ship ban could boost B.C. economy

U.S. debate could lead to new itineraries that would allow longer cruise stays in B.C.'s capital
WestJet, mechanics ratify contract in aftermath of 2-day strike

WestJet, mechanics ratify contract in aftermath of 2-day strike

New 5-year agreement comes after airline forced to cancel more than 1,050 flights
Deal halts looming B.C. shipbuilding strike at Dometic marine

Deal halts looming B.C. shipbuilding strike at Dometic marine

Christian Labour Association of Canada strikes deal in Richmond with help of arbitrator
Glencore closes deal to take over Teck’s steelmaking coal business

Glencore closes deal to take over Teck’s steelmaking coal business

Swiss firm’s takeover of Elk Valley Resources operations made official
NBA agrees to terms on a 11-year, $76B media rights deal

NBA agrees to terms on a 11-year, $76B media rights deal

Source says next step is for league’s oard of governors to approve contracts
Indigenous Desolation Sound resort named Canada's leading wilderness resort

Indigenous Desolation Sound resort named Canada's leading wilderness resort

Klahoose Wilderness Resort is a sustainable off-grid, eco-resort located east of Campbell River and north of Desolation Sound on the south coast of British Columbia
Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish celebrates 30 years of Vancouver Island business

Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish celebrates 30 years of Vancouver Island business

Hardy Buoys was founded in Port Hardy in 1994
Automation introduction could reignite B.C. port dispute

Automation introduction could reignite B.C. port dispute

Industrial Relations Board order rescinded strike notice that would have started job action Monday