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Wilson’s looks at taking over some Greyhound bus routes

Wilson’s looks at taking over some Greyhound bus routes

Wilson’s Transportation of Victoria is contemplating taking on mainland bus routes as Greyhound prepares to abandon its service in Western Canada. The company is thinking of runs that would link with its B.C.
Discover a better life at The Commonage

Discover a better life at The Commonage

Everyone knows you come to the Okanagan for gorgeous views, beautiful weather and fabulous wines.
For business travelers, home is where the WiFi is

For business travelers, home is where the WiFi is

For business travellers, research before departure is key to ensuring a match between booked accommodations and technology needs at the destination Today’s business traveller has specific needs, particularly when it comes to technology, and hotel cha
Richmond high tech company awarded for creating 'smart' food management system

Richmond high tech company awarded for creating 'smart' food management system

Burton said Richmond is well placed for high tech companies to grow
Female representation in boardrooms is slowly rising

Female representation in boardrooms is slowly rising

B.C.’s top publicly traded companies striving to improve gender balance
Business links between B.C.’s First Nations and Asia eroding

Business links between B.C.’s First Nations and Asia eroding

Back in 2011, it looked as if business links between B.C.’s First Nations and Asia – particularly China – were about to get a lot stronger.
Richmond companies nominated for BC’s “food Oscars”

Richmond companies nominated for BC’s “food Oscars”

A number of Richmond companies have been nominated for the 2018 BC Food and Beverage Awards, which is organized by The BC Food Processors Association (BCFPA).
Richmond developer awarded for connecting young artists with public art

Richmond developer awarded for connecting young artists with public art

When you are creating public art, it needs to tell a bit of the story about the community: Amit Sandhu
Richmond company launches campaign to oppose pipeline expansion

Richmond company launches campaign to oppose pipeline expansion

Just after the Liberal government announced it would buy the Trans Mountain pipeline and related infrastructure from Kinder Morgan for $4.5 billion, a Richmond company stepped forward to oppose this project.
One of Richmond's first geothermal condos underway

One of Richmond's first geothermal condos underway

It's win-win for residents, developers and the environment: developer