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Sep 4, 2019
Burnaby-based Clio hits historic Series D funding mark
Nathan Caddell

Clio co-founder and CEO Jack Newton didn’t mince words when thanking friends and family for being among the first investors in his legal software endeavour. “I did not want to be attending my parents' Thanksgiving and having to eat mac and...

Sep 3, 2019
British Columbia Battlegrounds: Jagmeet Singh tries to lead the way in Burnaby South
Nathan Caddell

We're not sure if you’ve heard, but there’s a federal election coming up in October. In the coming weeks, BCBusiness will profile the ridings in the province that are most vulnerable, according to 338Canada.com. Today’s edition focuses on Burnaby South. Around this day four years...

Sep 3, 2019
Connecting First Nations communities

BCBusiness + Rogers Today’s wireless technology means people are connected like never before. While there are still some gaps when it comes to coverage in some rural, remote and northern communities, Rogers Communications is working to change that through partnerships with B.C. First Nations. The Canadian company’s collaboration with various Indigenous groups is...

Sep 3, 2019
The highest- and lowest-priced homes sold in B.C.: August 25 to 31
By the Editors

Sales activity during the last week of summer highlighted how buyers can find some great deals if they’re willing to wait and make offers in the slower seasons, according to data analyzed by Vancouver-based Zolo Realty on behalf of BCBusiness. The three...

Sep 3, 2019
Toon Town: Vancouver’s animation and visual effects industry cracks the billion-dollar mark
Fiona Morrow

It’s Saturday morning at the Vancouver Convention Centre, and there’s something strange going on. I’m here for the Digital Entertainment Career Fair organized by the Vancouver Economic Commission (VEC), but my eyes are momentarily flooded with spandex and sparkles. When...

Sep 3, 2019
5 most popular biz books from the week of August 26 to September 1
Munro’s Books

Bestselling business titles provided by Munro’s Books, 1108 Government Street, Victoria, B.C.

Aug 28, 2019
10 Things You Didn't Know About... Redbrick founder and CEO Tobyn Sowden
Felicity Stone

Like, why budgets set you free. Born on Salt Spring Island and raised in Chemainus, Tobyn Sowden comes from an entrepreneurial family: his great-grandfather, grandfather and father all set up their own businesses in B.C. Now based in Victoria, Sowden seems to have an affinity for red. His first venture, a marketing...

Aug 27, 2019
Opinion: Why Canadian businesses need to prepare for the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) and how they can comply
Rakesh Soni

As the world becomes more digital, data security and privacy regulations are a growing concern. And as Canadian companies grow internationally, it is becoming necessary to abide by other nations’ regulations. This is the case with the CCPA. The CCPA, or the California Consumer Protection Act, takes effect on January 1, 2020...

Aug 27, 2019
5 most popular Canadian biz books from August 19 to 25
Munro’s Books

Bestselling business titles provided by Munro’s Books, 1108 Government Street, Victoria, B.C.

Aug 26, 2019
British Columbia Battlegrounds: A familiar face sets his sights on Burnaby North–Seymour
Nathan Caddell

We're not sure if you’ve heard, but there’s a federal election coming up in October. In the coming weeks, BCBusiness will profile the ridings in the province that are most vulnerable, according to 338Canada.com. Today’s edition focuses on Burnaby North–Seymour. Less than...

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