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How’s your ‘flow state?’ Combined with technology it might reverse productivity slumps

How’s your ‘flow state?’ Combined with technology it might reverse productivity slumps

Overworked and time-starved? Maybe you need a virtual assistant

Overworked and time-starved? Maybe you need a virtual assistant

Remote, 'virtual' assistants are helping working women bring balance back into their working and personal lives.
Trump's popularity creeping upwards in Canada, says survey

Trump's popularity creeping upwards in Canada, says survey

But Biden's presidency seen as slightly better by Canadians since 2020, says new Research Co. polling
More Canadians only making minimum payment on credit cards: TransUnion

More Canadians only making minimum payment on credit cards: TransUnion

A new report suggests an increasing number of Canadians are seeing their credit card balances balloon as the cost-of-living crisis and higher interest rates eat into household budgets.
Ads promoting B.C. gas slammed by watchdog as 'greenwashing' but kept running

Ads promoting B.C. gas slammed by watchdog as 'greenwashing' but kept running

The ads from the Canada Action Coalition breached five clauses of Canada's code for advertising standards. Among other things, the ads were found to be inaccurate and deceptive.
ICBC won't have to lift cap on payments ahead of trial, faces class-action claim

ICBC won't have to lift cap on payments ahead of trial, faces class-action claim

The provincial government passed a law allowing ICBC to cap disbursements in motor vehicle injury claims but the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia is arguing doing so is unconstitutional.
There's strong support to expand $10-a-day child care in B.C., poll shows

There's strong support to expand $10-a-day child care in B.C., poll shows

43% of parents with young children said they had to wait more than six months to get a spot; 88 per cent said they still want access to $10-a-day child care.
B.C. announces online building permit hub to speed up homebuilding across province

B.C. announces online building permit hub to speed up homebuilding across province

BURNABY — The British Columbia government says a new online "hub" will speed up building permit processes across jurisdictions.
Private daycares squeezed out by B.C. public programs

Private daycares squeezed out by B.C. public programs

Private providers say they’re being discriminated against as the province ramps up access to publicly-funded childcare spaces
43 sick amid NÜTRL-branded tumbler recall

43 sick amid NÜTRL-branded tumbler recall

People have reported a number of symptoms after using the promotional tumblers, including headaches, nausea, cramping and abdominal pain, and diarrhea.