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Hydro employees get four per cent wage hike in new deal

The Burnaby-based Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union, local 378, and B.C. Hydro reached a tentative agreement at the end of November.

City printer takes the green pledge

Hemlock Printers has long been known for its environmental initiatives as a business in Burnaby. Recently, the company signed the Burnaby Board of Trade's environmental pledge, to share its past efforts and make future commitments to sustainability
City's liquidation king keeping it real

City's liquidation king keeping it real

Direct Liquidation owner Jeff Schwarz often sees the value in what others cast off.

Local autobody shop keeps it green

Vancouver repair shop moves to Burnaby, bringing valet service and green practices

Victoria Secret PINK at Metropolis at Metrotown

Victoria Secret opened its first PINK store in Metropolis at Metrotown yesterday, according to the shopping centre's Facebook page.

G&F gets nod from trade board

Annual Burnaby business excellence awards include induction of G&F Group

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Broken Rice a recipe for friendship

Broken Rice a recipe for friendship

SFU's Beedie School of Business gets top ranking

Simon Fraser University's Beedie School of Business ranks at the top of the list in Western Canada and among an elite group of management schools across the country, according to a new survey.

Leadership award goes to local university

Simon Fraser University is one of 11 finalists in the leadership excellence category of B.C. Hydro's Power Smart Excellence Awards for 2012. B.C.