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Alleged 'primary architect' of Bridgemark consulting case settles for nearly $1M fine

Alleged 'primary architect' of Bridgemark consulting case settles for nearly $1M fine

Justin Liu of West Vancouver settled with the B.C. Securities Commission ahead of a lengthy hearing; the agreement includes a 10-year ban from securities market participation.
B.C. homebuilder facing mounting lawsuits over alleged unpaid bills

B.C. homebuilder facing mounting lawsuits over alleged unpaid bills

Okanagan dream homes turning into nightmares?
'Fiasco': Lynx passengers left scrambling after airline announces shutdown

'Fiasco': Lynx passengers left scrambling after airline announces shutdown

Passengers booked with Lynx Air were left scrambling to replace cancelled flights after the ultra-low-cost airline announced Thursday evening that it is ceasing operations after filing for creditor protection. All flights scheduled Monday, Feb.
Lynx Air is stopping all flights. Here is what B.C. residents need to know

Lynx Air is stopping all flights. Here is what B.C. residents need to know

Know your rights.
Pembina Pipeline deferring Cedar LNG decision until mid-year

Pembina Pipeline deferring Cedar LNG decision until mid-year

CALGARY — The company behind the proposed Cedar LNG facility said this week itwill defer making a final investment decision on the project until mid-2024. Pembina Pipeline Corp.
Rob Shaw: NDP gambles on overpriced timidity in latest B.C. budget

Rob Shaw: NDP gambles on overpriced timidity in latest B.C. budget

Premier David Eby and company will need devise a much more compelling plan for the fall election
B.C. wineries brainstorming solutions amid devastating losses

B.C. wineries brainstorming solutions amid devastating losses

99% grape loss could cost up to $445 million.
Vancouver construction crane death comes after calls to better certify B.C. operators

Vancouver construction crane death comes after calls to better certify B.C. operators

Luxury condo construction site shut down for a second day with a stop-work-order issued by WorkSafeBC.
Immigration spurring telecom subscriber growth but ongoing investments needed: report

Immigration spurring telecom subscriber growth but ongoing investments needed: report

Canada's immigration influx is spurring subscriber growth for the country's four biggest telecom providers, but significant investments in network infrastructure are needed to meet rising demand for services, says a report released Thursday.
Budget 2024: B.C. introduces new home-flipping tax

Budget 2024: B.C. introduces new home-flipping tax

Tax measures and funding to BC Builds are the main focus for housing in this year's provincial budget.