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October’s most (and least) expensive home sales on Bowen

October’s most (and least) expensive home sales on Bowen

Three properties went for $1.39 million and up
Greg D'Avignon to leave CEO post at Business Council of B.C.

Greg D'Avignon to leave CEO post at Business Council of B.C.

Longtime executive to head to be Canadian Strategy Group partner
Blueberry River launches new company, introduces CEO

Blueberry River launches new company, introduces CEO

Outgoing Fort St. John mayor Lori Ackerman to head new resources venture
Will third party political machines make the difference on election day?

Will third party political machines make the difference on election day?

British Columbia’s election laws regulating third parties need more teeth and the regulator needs more tools, says the co-founder of Democracy Watch.
Love and Chocolate: Bowen brothers debut new line of chocolate bars

Love and Chocolate: Bowen brothers debut new line of chocolate bars

The organic vegan chocolate bars can be found at Bowen stores and on the mainland
Housing survey shows challenges for Bowen businesses and employees

Housing survey shows challenges for Bowen businesses and employees

Results showed a lack of available employee housing has made operating a business tougher than 15 years ago
Entrepreneurs' sake-based cooler aims to disrupt B.C.'s alcohol market

Entrepreneurs' sake-based cooler aims to disrupt B.C.'s alcohol market

Five entrepreneurs aim to disrupt B.C.'s wine-cooler market with an innovative product they call SakeBomb – a range of flavoured coolers made with the rice wine, or sake.
Bowen Cider House open for business

Bowen Cider House open for business

The new cidery has been well frequented since opening its doors in June
Bowen Island Undercurrent welcomes new publisher

Bowen Island Undercurrent welcomes new publisher

Welcome to the Bowen team Matt!
Human error remains the biggest cybersecurity issue for businesses post-pandemic

Human error remains the biggest cybersecurity issue for businesses post-pandemic

Canadian chief information security officers have seen an increase in targeted cyberattacks on organizations' systems but believe the expectations of officers are excessive.
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