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By the numbers: Vancouver's worsening transit woes

The Lower Mainland's population has increased by 38,000 in the year since the mayors released their plan one year ago for relieving an already-choked transit system

Vancouver Island First Nation sues Catalyst Paper for $2.1 billion

Plus, Kelowna tech firm sells for $100 million and B.C. mining gets a break

Jeff Booth | Build Direct

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

Why the Rocky Mountaineer is one of B.C.'s best-kept tourism secrets

The second-largest private passenger rail company in the world remains largely unknown at home 

Seattle Public Market

The January Agenda

Things to do and read this month to nourish the corporate mind and soul

B.C. government releases cost and design details of George Massey Tunnel replacement

Plus, seismic events around B.C. and Kits coast guard station to reopen

Vancouver's green power plan hits a snag

Plus, cabs for Christmas and help for debtors

Port Metro Vancouver is running out of land: study

Plus, a new guide to guide dogs and shopping for retail locations

Pimp That Ride | BCBusiness

Ripe Rides wins over B.C.'s Public Transportation Board

Vancouver's app-based ride company releases its fleet of 20 Cadillac XTS cars just in time for the holidays


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