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Guilty pleas entered in stock fraud case involving Canadian 'entities'

Guilty pleas entered in stock fraud case involving Canadian 'entities'

U.S. officials alleged Jonathan Mikula illegally promoted U.S.-listed public company Emerald Health Pharmaceuticals, which has significant ties to British Columbia.
B.C. experts urge more budget spending to tackle housing crisis

B.C. experts urge more budget spending to tackle housing crisis

Funding attached to the Canada Rental Protection Fund and infrastructure fund is not enough, says B.C. housing minister.
B.C. port terminal among sites blocked in co-ordinated pro-Palestinian protests

B.C. port terminal among sites blocked in co-ordinated pro-Palestinian protests

DELTA, B.C. — A blockade by pro-Palestinian protesters at a major port terminal in Metro Vancouver disrupted operations for several hours before dispersing on Monday.
An aging fleet, growing demand, spiralling costs: Rough seas for BC Ferries

An aging fleet, growing demand, spiralling costs: Rough seas for BC Ferries

It is one of the largest and most complex ferry systems in the world but decades of underfunding has left BC Ferries with a fleet that is barely able to meet peak demand when everything is running smoothly
Here's what the Liberals have promised will be in the federal budget on Tuesday

Here's what the Liberals have promised will be in the federal budget on Tuesday

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is set to present the federal budget on Tuesday after a countrywide tour that teased many of the housing and affordability measures to be included in the document.
Divorced parents are supposed to share kid costs fairly. But that's often not the case

Divorced parents are supposed to share kid costs fairly. But that's often not the case

When it comes to divorce, how do parents divide who pays for what? Some costs are laid out in a parenting agreement - but other costs are not
B.C. home sales slide almost 10 per cent in March despite mortgage rate drop

B.C. home sales slide almost 10 per cent in March despite mortgage rate drop

The B.C. Real Estate Association says the province saw 6,460 residential unit sales in the Multiple Listing Service systems last month, a 9.5-per-cent decline from March 2023.
Rob Shaw: Concerns over MNP worm their way through B.C.'s agriculture ministry

Rob Shaw: Concerns over MNP worm their way through B.C.'s agriculture ministry

B.C. government's cozy relationship with a single consulting firm raises red flags

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Gildan update Gildan Activewear Inc. chief executive Vince Tyra will present an investor update on Monday, marking his first 90 days in the job.

After countrywide pre-budget tour, Liberals reveal Tuesday how they'll pay for it all

OTTAWA — With Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland promising to keep the federal deficit from ballooning in Tuesday's federal budget, all eyes will be on the Liberals' plan to pay for their agenda — and whether that could include new taxes on the wealt