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Renminbi hub | BCBusiness

Finance

Canada and China agree to establish North American Renminbi hub

Agreement allows for local clearance and settling of transactions in the Chinese currency

Research | Politics & Policy
Disaster proof your business | BCBusiness

Your Business

How to disaster-proof your business

Every business crisis, no matter how dire, needs a premeditated action plan

Small Business | Research

People

BC Children's Hospital Foundation's A Night of Miracles 2014 (photos)

Sixth annual A Night of Miracles gala raises $800,000 to complete $3-million pledge.

Research | Non-Profits | Events
Michael Labou | BCBusiness

People

How the corporate lifestyle is killing men in B.C.

The corporate lifestyle—eating, drinking, smoking and working to excess—is killing men at an alarming rate in B.C. What can be done about it—and are employees and employers ready to step in to make the necessary changes?

Social Good | Research
LNG Canada | BCBusiness

Finance

Vancouver's economic outlook looks good—with one caveat

A new Conference Board of Canada report says Vancouver can expect growth over the next few years, with a warning

Research | Economy

Natural Resources

B.C.'s LNG tax burdened by high expectations, low prices

When B.C.’s new LNG tax details later this month, the province will struggle between its electoral promises of prosperity and being attractive to developers

Research | Northern B.C.
B.C. farmland | BCBusiness

Real Estate

INFOGRAPHIC: B.C. farmland both the priciest and cheapest in Canada

While greatly apart on price—and on a map—these two regions are increasing in value

Research | Northern B.C.
Capilano University | BCBusiness

Careers

B.C.'s jobs plan will lead to post-secondary funding cuts, says union

The Liberals' three-year budget plan will cut operating grants for colleges by $50 million, according to CUPE

Research | Politics & Policy

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