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Mike de Jong | B.C. Finance Minister

People

B.C. Finance Minister Mike de Jong speaks out on real estate and re-election

De Jong discusses our crazy real estate market, why he doesn’t email and what a re-elected Liberal government would do

Chief Ian Campbell | Squamish First Nation

People

Squamish First Nation Chief Ian Campbell on his ambitious plans

The hereditary chief discusses avoiding courts and building a new relationship with industry and government

Angus Reid Vancouver foreign owners tax
Real Estate

90% of Vancouverites support foreign-buyers tax: poll

Plus, who benefits from the new tax, how the U.S. tackles real estate money laundering and why even San Francisco tech workers struggle to buy homes

Workplace

Virtual work will lower incomes and threaten social security: report

Plus, robots taking over, stand-up desk comedy, Nonprofit with Balls, and income disparity mapped

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Opinion

Poll: Should B.C. shift its focus away from LNG?

LNG projects are stalled, global supply has increased and demand is down

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Ryan Ayre | Manning Elliott LLP

What companies need to know when expanding their business beyond Canada

Ryan Ayre, partner at Manning Elliott LLP, discusses what companies need to consider when expanding internationally

Joel Solomon | Tides Canada

Finance

Joel Solomon: The conscientious capitalist

While he’s best known as the money behind Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, Joel Solomon has been quietly building a reputation as one of the city’s smartest financiers

Jessica McDonald | BC Hydro

People

CEO Jessica McDonald builds big at BC Hydro

Jessica McDonald is steering the crown giant through one of the most ambitious, and challenging, periods in its history

Vancouver highrises
Finance

Is there a housing bubble?

Plus, 30-year mortgages are making a comeback, the working poor are on the rise, Brexit is a working class revolt, and negative interest rates pit the old against the young

2016 Top 100

Hot Lists

B.C.'s Top 100 Companies: The biggest success stories from the past year

While B.C. remains a resources powerhouse, 2015 continued a decade-long shift in the provincial economy, with loggers and miners joined on the Top 100 by shoe sellers and car dealers

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