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Business council finds gas taxes driving B.C. dollars south
The week-long cultural festival will take place from May 27 to June 2, 2013 on Granville Island, and expects over 30,000 attendees.
National Energy Board okays planned tolls for oil companies using the expanded Trans Mountain pipeline
Sunny Birch Bay is just minutes past the U.S.-Canada border.
Englewood Courtyard is part of a master-planned community for those over the age of 45.
Campaigners said remuneration was too rich at credit union
B.C. election candidates urged to support raising PTT threshold for two per cent charge
New phone numbers may still be able to get old area codes, depending on supply
U.S. retailer's arrival may eat into Walmart's market share
Idea to be studied, but could add to waits, deter shoppers
High-tech vehicle will help Metro Vancouver home in on polluters
Government will have pulled $1.2 billion from auto insurer by 2015: Consumers assocation
Baby clothes, sports gear a test to see if savings trickle down to consumers
Trend growing to drive across border to catch cheaper flights
LifeLabs purchase of BC Biomedical no competition concern
Truckers doubt much time to be gained through advance clearance, wary of U.S. cuts
Joe's Speedy Diner wanted to provide tasty, affordable fast food, delivered 24/7.
Celebrating 90 years of business in B.C., and 45 years here in Chilliwack, Oldum Brown held its annual address on Feb. 18.
The new 75-room Hampton Inn by Hilton Chilliwack, scheduled to open July 2013, has named Christopher Beaton as its new general manager.
Container shipments climb eight per cent to new record