Finance

Oct 18, 2018
Go Figure: The big impact of small business
Melissa Edwards

As October brings a slew of local and national celebrations for small business—including B.C.’s Small Business Week, running the 15th through the 19th—we look at the big impact of little enterprise on this province

Oct 17, 2018
Hands-on Banking Support Takes Winery Business to the Next Level

BCBusiness + BMO Bank of Montreal Traditionally, entrepreneurs in the agriculture industry have struggled to get ongoing help from financial institutions, and the challenges are intensified for those in the winery sector. That’s been the case with Sean Salem and his wife...

Oct 15, 2018
Secure Your Intellectual Property Before Commercial Success

BCBusiness + Oyen Wiggs One of the great satisfactions of entrepreneurship is creating new and beneficial ideas, and being able to claim an intellectual property (IP) right such as a patent as one’s own. However, there is no end of those who...

Oct 5, 2018
Cabinet ministers and a variety of experts highlight BC Chamber’s #TradeTalks
By the Editors

Now that the whole NAFTA issue is behind us, #TradeTalks doesn’t have to be such a dirty phrase. And that’s good, because the hashtag will be of particular importance to those who want to rub shoulders with B.C.’s business elite. BCBusiness partner the BC Chamber of Commerce is hosting #TradeTalks 2018: Seizing...

Sep 28, 2018
A Professional Advisor is Your Best Bet

BCBusiness + Pacific M&A and Business Brokers Ltd. Given the complexity of any merger or acquisition of a business, it follows that an advisor or business broker who can successfully guide clients through this process is worth his or her weight in...

Sep 10, 2018
How saving on daycare helped a B.C. family afford a bigger home
Anne Casselman

Tiffany Ottahal, a working mother of two children aged three and one, knows how lucky she is. Her son and daughter are in licensed child care, and she and her husband own, together with the bank, the roof over their...

Sep 10, 2018
Tracking Unclaimed Funds is Full-time Work for B.C. Unclaimed Property Society

BCBusiness + B.C. Unclaimed Property Society It’s more common than one might suspect for funds to go unclaimed in the business community, whether they be in the form of a forgotten credit union account or a million-dollar estate. In fact, the millions of...

Aug 30, 2018
Federal Court of Appeal rejects Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
By the Editors

In a surprising turn, the Federal Court of Appeal has discarded the federal government’s approval to build the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. It’s a major victory for Indigenous groups and environmentalists opposed to the $7.4-billion project. And it’s a huge setback for the feds after their purchase of the existing pipeline and...

Aug 29, 2018
Revise Your Will and Revisit the Terms as Your Life Changes

BCBusiness + Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP Life seems to offer more opportunities for professional and personal evolvement than ever before, and with that comes the need to protect your growing assets. It’s wise to have a proper will in place, but...

Aug 27, 2018
Small Business Gets the Banking Attention and Service It Needs

BCBusiness + BMO Bank of Montreal Michael Bonner, Senior Vice-president and Regional Head B.C. & Yukon Division with BMO Bank of Montreal, is unusually candid about the services large financial institutions offer small businesses. “Small business represents a huge underserved market for...

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