Business

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

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    Money Monitor: Leaving money to a secret beneficiary

      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

      First Nation fashion designer invited to Paris fashion show

      A fashion dream is coming true for one B.C. woman

      The Shed moves to a new location in downtown Port McNeill

      The bike shop has been a Port McNeill staple for around a decade.

      B.C. government to outline next steps on Trans Mountain pipeline

      Officials to speak on pipeline set to run through Vancouver, Abbotsford, Chilliwack and onto Alberta

      Canadian wine is on NAFTA negotiating table

      U.S. dispute over Canadian wine sales restrictions on the table at NAFTA talks

      Non-profit gallery shows local art

      “we want people to know they can participate too.”

      New WestJet discount airline service not expected until next year

      News of the delay came as WestJet reported it earned $48.4 million in its latest quarter

      North Island local Kim Kufaas photographs worldwide for a living

      Kufaas’ style of photography is “capturing people enjoying their life.”

      Vancouver pop-up showcases the North Island

      Cafe Guido & Co. brought island vendors to the mainland.

      East of Java has fair trade goods and items

      “I just fell in love with the store.”

      New daily shuttle service to Telegraph Cove changes ownership

      “There was a gap in the transportation system.”

      The little cafe with a big heart

      The Market Street Cafe has a strong base of loyal customers.

      Taking tourists off the beaten path of the West Coast

      “Our goal is to give people an authentic feel when they go out there.”

      BC tech & RCMP tackle child exploitation

      A tech startup out of Kelowna has joined forced with the RCMP for the Protecting Innocence Hackathon