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Employment database for retirees opens in Victoria

Third Quarter aims to tap into skills of people over 50

Christmas presents hope for job-seekers

Region’s employment outlook shows 10 per cent net increase
End of an era

End of an era

After 40 years in Cook St. Village, Sunbrite Laundromat closing
B.C. power producers press their case

B.C. power producers press their case

Independent power producers, a climate scientist and an advocate for aboriginal development urged the B.C. government Wednesday to stick with B.C.'s plan to become self-sufficient in clean energy.

House prices up slightly

Large sales could affect numbers
B.C. housing industry still waiting for HST Plan B

B.C. housing industry still waiting for HST Plan B

In the wake of the HST referendum, housing contractors hope B.C. consumers won't wait 18 months to spend on renovations and new homes.

Victoria firm low bidder on multi-million-dollar helicopter hanger

The state-of-the-art hangar will open in spring 2014 at Victoria airport

Esquimalt hosting commerce, hiring fair

Chamber of Commerce last organized a commerce fair in 2004

New England hotel granted 10 years tax free

Tax exemption encourages renovations
B.C. film fund to pitch locations

B.C. film fund to pitch locations

The B.C. Film Commission and its regional agencies are building up their library of film locations in an effort to maintain B.C.'s $1 billion film and television industry.