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Real estate sales dive in Lower Mainland

Down 27 per cent in Greater Vancouver, eight per cent in the Fraser Valley

Recycling, fees come to more electric gear

Recycling, fees come to more electric gear

Depots now take back old power tools, sports gear – anything with a power cord or battery

Recycling, fees come to more electric gear
The union representing ICBC workers declared 72-hour strike notice June 26.

Union issues strike notice at ICBC

Overtime ban first stage of slow escalation in job action at auto insurer

The union representing ICBC workers declared 72-hour strike notice June 26.
Farmland remains under threat from development and degradation of soil from non-farm uses. The ALC is planning to introduce new fees to help finance better enforcement.

ALC considers higher fees to finance operations

Part of government strategy to make land commission sustainable

Farmland remains under threat from development and degradation of soil from non-farm uses. The ALC is planning to introduce new fees to help finance better enforcement.
Traffic headed through the Peace Arch border crossing into Blaine

Cross-border shopping may rise with higher limits

Merchants want federal reforms to fight flow of cash south

Traffic headed through the Peace Arch border crossing into Blaine

List of Target stores include eight in Lower Mainland

Eighteen Target stores will open in B.C. in early 2013 when the U.S.-based retailer takes over former Zellers stores.

An economist isn't predicting any relief from high housing prices in the Lower Mainland.

Housing bubble fears just hot air: Economist

Global risks linger but real estate not likely to 'tank'

An economist isn't predicting any relief from high housing prices in the Lower Mainland.
A Harbour Air de Havilland single Otter floatplane.

Review urges PFDs for floatplane trips

Airlines worry passengers may get trapped by inflating vests before escaping a crash

A Harbour Air de Havilland single Otter floatplane.
ICBC seeks ruling to blunt possible strike

ICBC seeks ruling to blunt possible strike

Union members vote in favour of job action, demand 10 per cent pay hike

ICBC seeks ruling to blunt possible strike
Route of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline.

Kinder Morgan unveils even bigger pipeline expansion

More than 300 oil tankers a year to load at Burnaby

Route of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline.

Chilliwack BIA best in the West for communication

Chilliwack's downtown BIA brings home a win in the Communication category from the British Columbia Best in the West Awards.

Car levy, new carbon tax for TransLink concerns business

Car levy, new carbon tax for TransLink concerns business

B.C. Chamber president says regional tolling would be more fair

Car levy, new carbon tax for TransLink concerns business

Winners to open Chilliwack location March 29

Grand opening for Winners in Chilliwack Mall on March 29

Rendering of proposed Telus Garden project in Vancouver.

Telus intends to spend $3 billion, hire 1,300

Telecom firm promises ambitious expansion plan including technology upgrades

Rendering of proposed Telus Garden project in Vancouver.

B.C. Budget boon to Chilliwack home buyers and builders

The $10,000 tax credit for first-time new house buyers should be good news for buyers in Chilliwack, says Cynthia Admiraal.

ICBC wrong to offer police use of photo database

Province to pull $500m out of ICBC over three years

Flow of profits to Victoria continues as auto insurance rates set to rise

ICBC wrong to offer police use of photo database
Patti MacAhonic is the new executive director of the Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce.

Chilliwack chamber executive director means business

Patti MacAhonic was recently hired as executive director of the Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce.

Patti MacAhonic is the new executive director of the Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce.
Pamlea Law

Chilliwack Mall getting new tenants

The $11-million renovation and upgrade of the 30-year-old Chilliwack Mall is nearing completion.

Pamlea Law
Rendering of future new atrium within airport scheduled for completion in 2015.

$5 jump in airport fee to fly out of B.C. at YVR

Increase to $20 in AIF at Vancouver International Airport doesn't apply to flights within B.C.

Rendering of future new atrium within airport scheduled for completion in 2015.

‘Solid’ year ahead for Chilliwack real estate

A ‘solid’ real estate scene is predicted for the first quarter of the new year in Chilliwack as interest rates remain low.