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Small business owners balance rising costs with keeping customers happy: survey

Small business owners balance rising costs with keeping customers happy: survey

Inflation has been moderating from last year’s highs, but remains elevated, with a reading of 4.3 per cent in March
Vancouver gas stations face redevelopment pressure

Vancouver gas stations face redevelopment pressure

‘Highest and best use’ means stations sit on valuable, underutilized properties
How artificial intelligence is already powering work in B.C.

How artificial intelligence is already powering work in B.C.

The rapid pace of global AI development has some calling for a clutch, if not a brake
Competition Bureau seeks input on RBC's proposed takeover of HSBC Bank Canada

Competition Bureau seeks input on RBC's proposed takeover of HSBC Bank Canada

Agency says it's looking for input from market participants and Canadians on a range of areas including residential mortgages, personal and business lending and bank accounts
BCIT students use AI to improve taxi transport at YVR

BCIT students use AI to improve taxi transport at YVR

The artificial intelligence model will help reduce taxi wait times for passengers to and from the airport
SFU football players, alumni in court asking for axed program’s rebirth

SFU football players, alumni in court asking for axed program’s rebirth

Lawyer says the university has shown 'little regard' for the players and their well-being
Local governments seek provincial help regulating tiny homes

Local governments seek provincial help regulating tiny homes

Building tiny homes can be difficult because the B.C. building code doesn’t directly address them, advocate says
WestJet closes deal to buy Sunwing Vacations and Sunwing Airlines

WestJet closes deal to buy Sunwing Vacations and Sunwing Airlines

WestJet says the two airlines will move from being competitors to collaborators.
Cargo volumes through the Port of Vancouver decreased in 2022

Cargo volumes through the Port of Vancouver decreased in 2022

Slowdown in transpacific trade reflected in lower numbers for Canada’s biggest port compared with 2021
Strike over for 120,000 public servants as union inks tentative deal with feds

Strike over for 120,000 public servants as union inks tentative deal with feds

PSAC says strike action continues for 35,000 Canada Revenue Agency workers nationwide, with contract negotiations ongoing