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Mar 5, 2019
Which party will make the biggest gains in B.C. in the next federal election?
Nathan Caddell

If you’re finding it hard to follow the narratives that have emerged prior to the next federal election, you’re not alone. A brief list of some of the trials and tribulations the federal parties have had to wrestle with over the past year: Liberal leader Justin Trudeau and his cronies interfered with...

Mar 5, 2019
B.C. tech startups battle for funding at New Ventures competition
Juan Rivera

B.C. tech startups have an opportunity to shift their businesses into overdrive. For the 19th year in a row, New Ventures BC, a non-profit that encourages and develops B.C. tech entrepreneurs, is hosting the province’s largest technology competition. Sponsored by Innovate BC...

Mar 5, 2019
Go Figure: Gambling deals aces to B.C.'s economy
Melissa Edwards

Sources: Statistics Canada, Angus Reid Institute, B.C. Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch, BCLC, Globe and Mail, CBC News, BC Gaming Industry Association, Office of the Provincial Health Officer...

Mar 5, 2019
5 most popular biz books from the week of February 25 to March 3
Munro’s Books

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

Mar 5, 2019
How AI Unlocks the Value in Data

BCBusiness + Deloitte Businesses and retailers are missing out on enormous growth potential and may not even realize it. Although Artifical Intelligence (AI) is familiar, it doesn’t seem to be the go-to solution in business. As such, companies are losing out on extending...

Mar 4, 2019
Industrial vacancy rates plummet in Victoria: report
By the Editors

Victoria doesn’t get as much attention as Vancouver for rising rents and low vacancies, but when it comes to industrial space, the provincial capital is experiencing a squeeze of its own. According to a new report from Los Angeles–based real estate services firm CBRE Group, industrial demand in Victoria is far...

Mar 4, 2019
Property Watch: Have governments and other would-be tamers of the real estate market gone too far?
Steve Saretsky

Despite a slowdown across the country, particularly in Metro Vancouver, which recently saw home sales plummet to their lowest annual total since 2000, policy-makers remain intent on depriving the housing market of much-needed oxygen in 2019. At the federal level, a...

Mar 4, 2019
Vancouver International Wine Festival Bacchanalia Gala Dinner & Auction 2019
Paul Duchart

The Vancouver International Wine Festival Bacchanalia gala dinner and auction, attended by over 400 guests, raised over $229,000 benefitting charitable partner Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival. The gala, presented by Blakes, kicked off the 41st annual VIWF, at the...

Mar 1, 2019
Five questions: Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster CEO Sue Paish
Nick Rockel

1. What is Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster?It’s the coming to life of courageous public policy from the federal government that is designed to do a number of things. One is to encourage and promote the scaling up of small and medium-sized...

Feb 28, 2019
After Hours: 3 things to do in March
By BCBusiness

GET SMARTAre you a startup looking to add a digital edge to your business? Or a professional who wants to stay in the loop with emerging technology? Learn about advances in the field and how they can help businesses at...

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