Jan 24, 2023
5 things we learned from federal Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre's visit to Vancouver
Nathan Caddell

After sharing the stage with some of his biggest political rivals in Vancouver for Lunar New Year celebrations, Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre pulled absolutely no punches a day later at the Association for Mineral Exploration’s annual conference. In both...

Jan 16, 2023
Embracing Flexibility Builds a Strong Team
Jessica Kirby

BCBusiness + BC Investment Management Corporation British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCI) provides investment management services for the province’s public sector. It is one of Canada’s largest asset managers with hundreds of highly skilled investors, technology specialists and other business professionals managing...

Dec 15, 2022
The 5 moves we're most intrigued by in B.C.'s cabinet shuffle
Nathan Caddell

It didn’t take long for David Eby to put his stamp on the NDP government he now presides over. Last week, Eby announced a reshuffling of cabinet ministers that officially announced his taking over the reins from former premier John...

Oct 13, 2022
Predicting the 2022 Vancouver municipal election (and almost definitely getting it wrong)
Nathan Caddell

If you haven’t heard, voting day for the Vancouver municipal election is this Saturday, October 15. Since you’re consuming media of any type and reading a publication called BCBusiness, we’re going to guess that you have very much heard this. What...

Oct 13, 2022
A graphic designer rates Vancouver's political party logos
Nathan Caddell

This year’s Vancouver municipal election feels especially daunting. There are a whopping nine parties with candidates up for election on Saturday, October 15. So, how do you sort through the mess? Well, if you want to be completely shallow about the...

Sep 29, 2022
The 5 most memorable moments from the Downtown Vancouver BIA mayoral debate
Nathan Caddell

There were a few themes that come up more often than others at yesterday’s Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association (DVBIA) mayoral candidates debate. The event, held at SFU Harbour Centre, featured five candidates—Fred Harding (NPA), Colleen Hardwick (TEAM), Mark Marissen...

Sep 9, 2022
Red tape, housing and crime top the list of business concerns in Metro Vancouver municipal elections: report
By the Editors

As Metro Vancouver’s municipalities head to the polls on October 15, the list of priorities from voters probably won’t come as a huge surprise to most people in the region. According to a poll produced by the Mustel Group and...

May 19, 2022
Meet B.C.'s New Real Estate Regulator - BC Financial Services Authority

Buying or selling real estate is a big investment. For some individuals, it’s the biggest financial decision of their lives. For businesses, securing real estate in a location that meets both customer and business needs can be crucial for success.

May 17, 2022
Will Vancouver's Broadway Plan pass?
Nathan Caddell

If you’ve heard about the City of Vancouver’s upcoming Broadway Plan, you’ve likely already decided what side you’re on. The 30-year plan will effectively seek to build a “second downtown” along Vancouver’s Broadway corridor and build housing and retail around...

May 4, 2022
Voters in Burnaby, Okanagan set to see change with new proposed federal election districts
Nathan Caddell

Adding a new electoral district in a province is sort of like playing Tetris: each addition has deep-reaching implications. Every 10 years, electoral district boundaries are reconsidered and, thanks to the growing population in the province, a 43rd riding was...

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