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B.C.-Alberta road link to expand

B.C.-Alberta road link to expand

The B.C. government has started engineering work to widen sections of the main route from Alberta into northeast B.C., the first step to a four-lane industrial route from the provincial border to Fort St. John.

Black Press buys Cranbrook, Kimberley dailies

Black Press, British Columbia's largest publisher of community newspapers and websites, has announced the purchase of the Cranbrook Daily Townsman and the Kimberley Daily Bulletin from Don Kendall.

Green consultations aim to save businesses money and energy

Free assessments are part of the new LiveSmart B.C small business program, a three-year initative that aims to get businesses to be more energy-efficient

Victoria businessman facing fraud charges

Pavel Zika is suspected of frauds relating to his Victoria businesses
Tough business: These aren't easy times for local business owners

Tough business: These aren't easy times for local business owners

A growing number of Victoria businesses are struggling – and it’s not just about the economy

Saanich retirement home hosts power of attorney workshop

Changes are being made to the way representation agreements and power of attorneys work, and Berwick Royal Oak will host a seminar to clear up the new regulations.

Harbour authority eyes green and effective shuttle options

Water ferries may present new option for cruise passengers

Victoria businessman fined for not filing taxes

Ian Middleton ordered to back $13,000

Heroes help bookstore doors stay open

320 'heroes' pay $10 each to save children's bookstore in Victoria

Merchants cash in on Canada Day

Many Canada Day festivities around Victoria's Inner Harbour today are free, but the 40,000 to 50,000 people in attendance represent significant potential for an economic windfall for hundreds of downtown retail businesses.