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Jul 25, 2017
5 most popular Canadian biz books from the week of July 17 to 23
Munro’s Books

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

Jul 25, 2017
B.C. craft distiller lobbies new provincial government
By BCBusiness

Goodridge & Williams, makers of Sid’s Handcrafted Vodka and other spirits, has written an open letter to the new B.C. government on behalf of the province’s craft distilling sector, hoping to spur discussion about industry regulations. According to the company...

Jul 24, 2017
Watch your language part 4
Felicity Stone

A field guide to business jargon and buzzwords The corporate world often seems to have its own dialect that only the people who use it really understand. Or do they? Here we attempt to decode three popular business terms. [from Greek khaos...

Jul 24, 2017
Have energy companies made secret deals with B.C. First Nations leaders?
Trevor Jang

In February 2015, when Andrew Genaille walked into his local coffee shop in Chilliwack, he didn’t expect to see two men from Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. They were waiting to meet the elected chief and council of his First Nation.

Jul 21, 2017
Lightbulb Moments: 3 Ways To Make Your Business More Energy Efficient
Chris Hinton

With BC Hydro’s online electricity tracking tools, you can easily monitor your business’ energy use on an hourly, daily, weekly and monthly basis. Understanding your energy use patterns can help you make smart energy choices for your business. Finding ways to improve energy usage can significantly impact your business’ bottom...

Jul 21, 2017
New Ways for Business Travellers to Explore the Sunshine Coast

BCBusiness + Sunshine Coast Nestled in the southwest corner of mainland British Columbia you will discover one of our province’s most beautiful destinations: the Sunshine Coast. With its laid-back atmosphere, craggy bluffs, rocky shorelines, pristine lakes and dense rainforests, the Sunshine Coast has something to offer year-round, whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure...

Jul 21, 2017
FedEx Still Reeling After Ransomware Attack

Global shipping giant FedEx has been scrambling to restore its online databases after a June Petya ransomware attack wreaked havoc on the company's computer systems and crippled shipments from their European TNT Express subsidiary. This was the latest in a recent global outbreak of ransomware attacks that experts predict will cost...

Jul 20, 2017
B.C. kelp farming is untapped resource
Brad Badelt

Louis Druehl started farming kelp back in 1982, in the aptly named Kelp Bay, just west of Port Alberni. His was the first and, at the time, only commercial seaweed operation in North America. Druehl farmed a one-acre patch of...

Jul 20, 2017
Industry Adapts To 'Sharing Economy'

BCBusiness + The Insurance Institute of British Columbia There are probably few people who are oblivious to the rise of Airbnb and its effect on the hotel industry. Ditto for Uber and its impact on the taxi trade. Such practices can be easily underestimated because they’ve been enabled purely because of technology...

Jul 19, 2017
Ransomware remains a serious threat

Just two days before the most devastating malware attack in recent history, London-based Dr. Krishna Chinthapalli warned in a British Medical Journal article that Britain’s state-run National Health Service was vulnerable to cyber-security threats. "Hospitals will almost certainly be shut down by ransomware this year," he wrote. At the same time, North...

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