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Boris Wertz

Tech & Science

Boris Wertz: Silicon Valley contrarian

Boris Wertz is B.C.’s best-known venture capitalist and a guiding force for the province’s burgeoning tech sector. But an industry cheerleader he is not

Real Estate

Vancouver becoming 'dangerously' unaffordable: RBC

Plus, B.C. millennials expect generous inheritances and Site C protestors are order away from the Peace

Natural Resources

Goldcorp cuts dividends, posts $4.3-billion loss

Plus, more expensive power bills and higher fines for mines

Finance

Vancouver to get bike share this summer, with helmets

Plus, the B.C. NDP wants Hydro to track temporary foreign workers at Site C and Vancouver tops another list

Finance

Profits drop at HSBC Canada

Plus, B.C. ranks third in Canada for venture capital deals and Kit and Ace lays off staff

Natural Resources

Teck and Telus feel the pain of weak commodity prices

Plus, Kelowna leads the country in growth and LNG proposal gets conditional approval

Jeff Booth | Build Direct

Finance

My Financial Turning Point: Jeff Booth

BuildDirect president and CEO Jeff Booth discusses—in his own words—the moment when everything changed for him and his business

Tech & Science

North Vancouver visual effects company will receive Oscar award

Plus, mortgage brokers would rather not reveal their commissions, and Richmond mayor spars with port over farmland

Katherine Berry | Allocadia

Finance

My Financial Turning Point: Katherine Berry

Allocadia CPO and co-founder Katherine Berry discusses—in her own words—the moment when everything changed for her, her sister and their business

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