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Consumer complaints against Telus up slightly, says watchdog

Consumer complaints against Telus up slightly, says watchdog

Proportion of complaints against Telus lower than its major competitors
B.C. retail sales outperform the rest of Canada in September

B.C. retail sales outperform the rest of Canada in September

Canadian retail sales dipped 0.6%, to $56.6 billion, in September, which is less than the 1.9% decline that Statistics Canada had previously forecast.
A safe and regulated place to buy Bitcoin and Ethereum in Canada

A safe and regulated place to buy Bitcoin and Ethereum in Canada

The process to buy bitcoin has been streamlined to make trading easier, safer and more efficient for the end consumer
Squirrel to carry on legacy of Connie Wright

Squirrel to carry on legacy of Connie Wright

As of Dec. 24, Connie Wright is leaving her Trunk Road shop and neighbouring Squirrel will take over the space
Ottawa replacing wage, rent subsidies for businesses with $7.4B in 'targeted measures'

Ottawa replacing wage, rent subsidies for businesses with $7.4B in 'targeted measures'

Broader subsidy programs still set to expire this week.
Hootsuite taps new CFO after 19-month search

Hootsuite taps new CFO after 19-month search

Eighty per cent of Hootsuite’s C-suite now based in U.S.
The ins and outs of consumer-to-consumer shopping

The ins and outs of consumer-to-consumer shopping

People are turning their unused clothing and beauty products into a money-making endeavour.
Furniture prices expected to jump as tariff of up to 295.9% imposed on some products

Furniture prices expected to jump as tariff of up to 295.9% imposed on some products

Love Dodd, owner of Victoria-based Dodd’s Furniture, said there may well be good reason for the tariffs, but to enforce them without warning and at such high levels will sting both companies and consumers.
Squeezed retailers may liquidate or merge

Squeezed retailers may liquidate or merge

Savvy, nimble operators could find opportunities amidst pandemic carnage that are impossible to resist
Indigenous Tourism BC crafts new plan to help businesses survive the pandemic

Indigenous Tourism BC crafts new plan to help businesses survive the pandemic

Indigenous Tourism BC has announced a three-year strategy to help hundreds of businesses get through the pandemic.