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May 2018

In this issue

May 3, 2018
BC City Guide 2018: Surrey
Felicity Stone

Surrey is large and diverse, with a third of its residents under the age of 19 and a mix of cultures. B.C’s second most populous city, it’s expected to surpass Vancouver in size by 2030. Surrey stretches from the Fraser River to the U.S. border and covers 317 square kilometres, more than a third of that in the Agricultural Land...

May 3, 2018
BC City Guide 2018: Vancouver
Nick Rockel

Vancouver is a city of contrasts: cradled by mountains and ocean, but engaged in a frenzy of building; cosmopolitan and progressive, yet still finding its place in the world; home to hordes of real estate millionaires but also to what is probably Canada’s poorest neighbourhood. Some see it as a glorified resort town for foreign moneybags; others, as a high-tech...

May 3, 2018
Poll: Housing Crisis

Proposed measures to stabilize B.C.’s property market may not be popular throughout the province, but Lower Mainland residents largely support them, according to a poll from Mustel Group for BCBusiness. In March, when Mustel asked 501 residents of Metro Vancouver their opinion on the subject, 75 percent were in favour. “There may be some tweaking needed on some of the...

Apr 30, 2018
Going With the Flow: Local companies find innovation in wastewater treatment
Ryan Stuart

Axine Water Technologies Inc.’s first client doesn’t want anyone to know its dirty secret. Vancouver-based Axine won’t give many details about the company, except that the water used at its electronics plant in San Jose, California, is so contaminated with solvents that it couldn’t be treated onsite. So each year hundreds of tanker trucks have been driving the water to a...

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