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COVID-19 hits B.C. men harder than women

COVID-19 hits B.C. men harder than women

Women outnumber men in being infected, but their infections are less serious
Peter Leitch: Facing changes in the film sector

Peter Leitch: Facing changes in the film sector

Business in Vancouver’s Business Leadership Series is a 10-part series of discussions with prominent business leaders
B.C. immigration program light on anti-fraud and corruption measures: Auditor General

B.C. immigration program light on anti-fraud and corruption measures: Auditor General

Over the last two years (2018-19), 23,605 immigrants from the Provincial Nominee Program have become permanent residents
Two more COVID-19 outbreaks at B.C. seniors' homes have ended

Two more COVID-19 outbreaks at B.C. seniors' homes have ended

Abbotsford's Cottage-Worthington Pavilion and Mission's The Cedars have not had new cases in 28 days
Tamara Vrooman: Taking on challenges as CEO of YVR

Tamara Vrooman: Taking on challenges as CEO of YVR

Business in Vancouver’s Business Leadership Series, a 10-part series of discussions with prominent business leaders, today features Tamara Vrooman, the new CEO of YVR. She is in conversation with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe.
Two new COVID-19 outbreaks in B.C. offices

Two new COVID-19 outbreaks in B.C. offices

New World Technologies and Maersk Distribution Canada outbreaks are both in the Fraser Health region
Foreign cyberthreats to Canada persist: spy agency

Foreign cyberthreats to Canada persist: spy agency

Global Five Eyes alliance had Huawei concerns
Cloudy corporate structures help launder money through houses, commission hears

Cloudy corporate structures help launder money through houses, commission hears

Journalist Oliver Bullough brings his experiences covering white-collar crime in London’s housing sector to the Cullen Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering
A third of B.C. students return to part-time, in-class instruction

A third of B.C. students return to part-time, in-class instruction

Education Minister Rob Fleming said approximately 60,000 students have returned to some in-class instruction across 60 school districts
Chip Wilson: COVID-19 pandemic changing retail and how we work

Chip Wilson: COVID-19 pandemic changing retail and how we work

Business in Vancouver’s Business Leadership Series, a 10-part series of discussions with prominent business leaders, today features Chip Wilson, the founder of Lululemon Athletica.
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