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Off to Google: Victoria's Ann Makosinki competing at 2013 Science Fair

Off to Google: Victoria's Ann Makosinki competing at 2013 Science Fair

The Victoria teen invented the 'Hollow Flashlight' which runs heat from human hands and Peltier tiles, which strategically produce energy.
VIDEO: Airbnb's crowd-sourced Vine video is popcorn pleasure

VIDEO: Airbnb's crowd-sourced Vine video is popcorn pleasure

The hotelier/apartment renting company created the world's first user-shot Vine video, a short film called 'Hollywood and Vines'.
B.C. eyes provincial truce on movie subsidies

B.C. eyes provincial truce on movie subsidies

Cost of film tax credits nearing $400m per year, Finance Minister Mike de Jong says
TEDx Kelowna: Taylor Conroy's plan to educate the world, 33 people at a time

TEDx Kelowna: Taylor Conroy's plan to educate the world, 33 people at a time

Conroy founded ChangeHeroes.com, an organization which builds schoolhouses all over the world on donations of $3.33 a day.
Twitter files for IPO; Revenues to top $500 million in 2013

Twitter files for IPO; Revenues to top $500 million in 2013

The long-awaited IPO has come to fruition, the social media company announced on Thursday via – you guessed it – its own Twitter account.
Postmedia plans to sell printing plants in Surrey and Calgary

Postmedia plans to sell printing plants in Surrey and Calgary

The financially embattled newspaper company lost a reported $112 million in the first quarter of 2013, due to tumbling print advertising.
Apple unveils colourful iPhone 5C, revamped 5S, and new Touch ID fingerprint scanner

Apple unveils colourful iPhone 5C, revamped 5S, and new Touch ID fingerprint scanner

Apple's iPhone 5C models will start at $99 with a 2-year plan, and $199 for the new 5S. It was revealed on Tuesday in California.
B.C. unions pledge skills partnership

B.C. unions pledge skills partnership

Construction unions accept olive branch from Clark over their role in skills training and apprenticeships
BUSINESS BEAT: Pharmacy family’s Victoria roots go way back

BUSINESS BEAT: Pharmacy family’s Victoria roots go way back

Pharmacist Jason Cridge, descended from Victoria pioneer Bishop Edward Cridge, hangs out his shingle on Fort Street
Verizon's dropped call leaves Tories on hunt for new phone fix

Verizon's dropped call leaves Tories on hunt for new phone fix

U.S. firm says it won't be Canada's fourth major wireless carrier