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Your Business

5 essential tips for building a successful corporate culture

Matthew Handford, chief people officer at Coast Capital Savings, and Gervase Bushe, Beedie School of Business professor, offer some suggestion


Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women Awards

WXN Canada's Most Powerful Women Top 100 awards luncheon celebrates women from B.C. and the Territories who have made significant contributions to their community through entrepreneurship, leadership and vision

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Natural Resources

The concerns over B.C.'s new Water Sustainability Act

How the province's new water legislation might be creating more problems than it solves

Your Business

Video: How to set your small business up for success

A recap of BCBusiness' Small Business, Big Opportunity breakfast event


12 local businesses that kick into high gear during the holiday season

For these B.C. companies, the next few weeks remain their most wonderful (and profitable) time of the year


Five retro barbershops that are a cut above the rest

From Barber & Co. to Bangtown, Vancouver is seeing a return of the traditional barbershop

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Manufacturing & Transport

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


B.C. employees are more engaged than their Canadian counterparts

Using data from surveys such as this, Ipsos also creates something called the Engagement Index (factoring in everything from compensation and benefits to “pride in work”) that gives a sense of our commitment to our jobs



The December Agenda

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


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