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Feb 28, 2019
How to Innovate Like Your Business Depends on It (Because it Does)

While many may think innovation is one of those skills you either have or you don’t, this simply isn’t true. If your company is failing to innovate, it’s because you have failed to create a culture of innovation.

Feb 27, 2019
6 Tax Strategies Small Businesses Need to Consider

BCBusiness + Manning Elliott LLP If Ottawa’s recent tax changes for private companies prove that nothing is new when it comes to onerous regulations, Manning Elliott demonstrates that there is a need for evolving solutions to mitigate the impact. Ryan Vanderpol (right), senior...

Jan 30, 2019
Educational Discovery

University of British ColumbiaBachelor of Applied Science, Engineering Simply put, engineers change the world. They solve problems and develop better, safer or more cost-effective ways of doing things. Engineering is inextricably linked to every corner of our lives and there is a tremendous demand from industry...

Jan 29, 2019
LMS' Titans of Steel

All 750 team members at LMS Reinforcing Steel Group make a significant contribution to our business; at the heart of LMS’ ability to serve clients are Stan Rutledge and Robert James. Both have been with LMS since 1998; the work...

Jan 21, 2019
Are Canadian Food and Beverage Companies Missing Connections?

In our global world connections are paramount. Without connections, ideas are forgotten or lost and businesses are left behind. Canadians often take for granted the abundance of food available to them and take comfort in its quality and safety. However, in...

Dec 12, 2018
Affluence and Northern Pride in Fort St. John

The City of Fort St. John is ‘The Energetic City,’ and it lives up to it, both in its booming energy sector and in the relative youth of its workforce and community. The City of Fort St. John is actively working...

Dec 6, 2018
Tax Rules: What Every Canadian Owner Needs to Know About Their U.S. Vacation Property

BCBusiness + Manning Elliott LLP It’s a temptation for Canadians with U.S. vacation property to seek tax advice from fellow Canadians who have spent years adhering to regulations and paying taxes on their homes down south. But while getting input from other property...

Dec 3, 2018
Squamish is Planning for Smart Growth

Squamish is growing. The community of just over 20,000 on the northern edge of Howe Sound is sprouting new industries, housing developments and outdoor recreation and tourism opportunities. Within an hour north of Vancouver and 40 minutes south of Whistler, Squamish has...

Nov 29, 2018
Agriculture, Education and Urban Life at the Heart of Saanich's Plans

The largest municipality on Vancouver Island, Saanich is a place where people come to work and learn—and they stay to live and play. Saanich protects its agricultural land while developing its urban centres and corridors to promote businesses and residential development. Home to the University of Victoria (UVIC) and Camosun College...

Nov 29, 2018
Diversity is the Strength of the Township of Langley

The Township of Langley runs from historic Fort Langley and the Fraser River to the U.S. border and within this semi-rural area numerous sectors thrive including agriculture, manufacturing, wholesale trade, construction, transportation and warehousing amongst others. The diversity in the Township...

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