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Jul 29, 2019
Together We Can announces winners of inaugural Canadian Champion Awards
By the Editors

People often give for selfless reasons, but they still deserve our thanks. In that spirit, Together We Can Addiction Recovery & Education Society has announced the winners of its inaugural Together We Can Canadian Champion Awards. The 13 honourees range...

Jul 26, 2019
BCBusiness Report Card: The Cold (Air) War
Nathan Caddell

There are few things more entertaining than public arguments. From the subtler, petty disagreements to the big, embarrassing blowouts, it’s hard to turn your eyes away from people bickering at each other. Lucky for you, this week’s edition of the BCBusiness...

Jul 26, 2019
Vancouver's Boutique Hotel-inspired Shared Office

BCBusiness + Pavilion Cowork When you think of impressive company headquarters, the first places that come to mind might be the likes of Amazon or Microsoft . Having a beautiful home base for professional businesses isn’t only for mega corporations, however. Pavilion Cowork...

Jul 25, 2019
Insurance Coverage You Can Feel Good About

BCBusiness + Chambers of Commerce Insurance Plan Without question, the Chambers Plan is popular: this group insurance plan is endorsed by 900 chambers of commerce and boards of trade across Canada, and more than 30,000 businesses currently participate in it. But many...

Jul 24, 2019
10 Things You Didn't Know About... Monstercat co-founder and CEO Mike Darlington
Nathan Caddell

In 2012, a year after founding electronic dance music label Monstercat at an accelerator centre in Waterloo, Mike Darlington and Ari Paunonen, who met at that city’s eponymous university, headed to the mountains. It was a move that paid off for...

Jul 24, 2019
BCBusiness summer reception with Premier John Horgan
Paul Duchart

With the legislature in recess, Premier John Horgan is getting out to meet British Columbians. On July 17, he invited this year’s 30 Under 30 winners to a summer reception at the provincial government’s Vancouver offices at Canada Place. Many of...

Jul 24, 2019
It's a Good Thing: Iskwew Air breaks both literal and figurative borders
Matt O'Grady

Growing up in northern B.C., Teara Fraser had a rather limited horizon. The family bounced from town to town, and her single mother from job to job (her Métis father died when she was three). Fraser left Quesnel for Vancouver...

Jul 23, 2019
The highest- and lowest-priced homes sold in B.C.: July 14 to 20
By the Editors

The highest-priced homes sold last week were in Kelowna and Vancouver. The Okanagan property—a four-bedroom, five-bathroom, 5,343-square-foot house on nearly 12 acres—fetched $3.44 million, nearly 95 percent of list price. With a pool, outdoor grilling station, three-car garage and secondary...

Jul 23, 2019
5 most popular biz books from the week of July 15 to 21
Munro’s Books

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

Jul 19, 2019
BCBusiness Report Card: Vancouver tech advances again
Nathan Caddell

Hey, would ya look at that? Most of the grades in this version of your favourite column are actually pretty good! As much as we have fought hard to earn the title of crusty curmudgeon (we actually have a banner in...

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