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Cyberattacks on health authority, province, London Drugs not related: premier’s office

Cyberattacks on health authority, province, London Drugs not related: premier’s office

The First Nations Health Authority is the latest high-profile victim of a cybersecurity ransomware attack in the province
What the expansion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership means for B.C. businesses

What the expansion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership means for B.C. businesses

With the U.K. set to join trade bloc, expert says the CPTPP's importance remains severely underappreciated in Canada
WestJet planning new fare category for travellers willing to forgo carry-on bag

WestJet planning new fare category for travellers willing to forgo carry-on bag

CALGARY — WestJet Airlines plans to launch a new cheaper fare category that would be available to travellers willing to fly without a carry-on bag.
Fertility treatments and work: Should I tell my boss?

Fertility treatments and work: Should I tell my boss?

Also, why drill sergeants beat cheerleaders in mentorship, DEI blind spots and the problem with ‘urgency culture’ at work
Vancity lists properties as credit union branch closures outpace banks

Vancity lists properties as credit union branch closures outpace banks

Sale-leaseback model promise responsiveness to member needs
Can B.C. transportation keep up with population boom? Expert urges bolder vision

Can B.C. transportation keep up with population boom? Expert urges bolder vision

Vancouver summit brings businesses and governments together to discuss transportation solutions.
Employers rethink value of employee connections in era of remote work: report

Employers rethink value of employee connections in era of remote work: report

TORONTO — The rise of remote work has led to a loss of workplace social connections that is negatively affecting employees, a new report suggests.
More Canadians are signing prenups, co-habitation agreements before tying the knot

More Canadians are signing prenups, co-habitation agreements before tying the knot

According to family lawyers, these marriage contracts are becoming increasingly common.
Canadians feel grocery inflation getting worse, 18% are boycotting Loblaw: poll

Canadians feel grocery inflation getting worse, 18% are boycotting Loblaw: poll

Almost two-thirds of Canadians feel that inflation at the grocery store is getting worse, a new poll suggests, even as food inflation has been steadily cooling.
Federal Canada Infrastructure Bank lending money to B.C. Ferries for electrification

Federal Canada Infrastructure Bank lending money to B.C. Ferries for electrification

While existing Island-class ferries are equipped to run on both diesel fuel and electricity, the new ferries will be fully electric.