BCBusiness Magazine | February 2013

BCBusiness magazine, February 2013
With five new pipeline proposals under consideration in B.C., a multi-billion-dollar question hangs heavy in the province's pristine mountain air: will oil or gas win out as the West Coast's primary energy export?
by Ryan Stuart
B.C.'s public school districts are increasingly looking to an influx of foreign students to top up their bottom lines, causing a contentious overlap between public and private money.
by Andrew Findlay
It's rarely mentioned in the company of global financial centres, but Vancouver punches well above its weight in money management thanks to an all-star cast.
by Nick Rockel
For a complete guide to executive education options in B.C., look no further than our annual roundup.
by Jessica Barrett, Matt Currie, Tiffany Sloan and the editors
The restaurateur goes international, setting out on her own to take Vij's West Coast cuisine to Seattle.
by Chris Koentges


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