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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.
London Drug ransom demand dropped from dark-web site; meaning unclear

London Drug ransom demand dropped from dark-web site; meaning unclear

In some cases, such a move has meant the ransomware victim has agreed to pay or negotiate, an expert says. London Drugs said Tuesday it is “unwilling and unable to pay ransom to these cybercriminals.” 
Can I get a ticket just because my phone is in the cupholder?

Can I get a ticket just because my phone is in the cupholder?

Under the law in B.C., you’re using a phone if you’re holding it, touching it, using any of its functions or watching it
Interprovincial trade barriers continue to frustrate business and depress GDP

Interprovincial trade barriers continue to frustrate business and depress GDP

Canadian businesses often find it easier and more cost effective to sell internationally than into other provinces
Sutton Group taps James Innis as new president and COO

Sutton Group taps James Innis as new president and COO

New appointment highlights company's focus on technology-driven growth, says Sutton
Freeland says capital gains proposal will be tabled before summer break

Freeland says capital gains proposal will be tabled before summer break

OTTAWA — The Liberal government will bring its proposal to increase the inclusion rate on capital gains to the House of Commons before the parliamentary summer break, Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said Tuesday.
From rage applying to quiet firing, the trends to watch as an employer’s job market returns

From rage applying to quiet firing, the trends to watch as an employer’s job market returns

A fiercely competitive job market, pervasive influence of artificial intelligence-driven recruitment process, rage applying and the disquieting phenomenon of quiet firing are a few workplace trends frustrating Canadian workers in 2024
British Columbians back expanded pharmacist services: survey

British Columbians back expanded pharmacist services: survey

The survey reveals 90% of British Columbians support expanding the role of pharmacists to ease pressures on the province's healthcare system.
2026 trial date set for class-action lawsuit over Air Canada crash landing in 2015

2026 trial date set for class-action lawsuit over Air Canada crash landing in 2015

HALIFAX — A trial date has been set for 2026 in a class-action lawsuit regarding the crash landing of an Air Canada flight at the Halifax International Airport during a storm in 2015.
Canada’s inflation rate falls to 2.7% in April, driving up odds of June rate cut

Canada’s inflation rate falls to 2.7% in April, driving up odds of June rate cut

OTTAWA — Canada’s annual inflation rate fell to 2.7 per cent in April amid a broad-based slowdown in price growth, boosting expectations of an interest rate cut next month. Statistics Canada said the slowdown from 2.