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Young Canadian workers feel isolated and lonely, survey suggests

Telus Health has released its Mental Health Index today, with surveys on the mental health of employed people in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia. The company says data was collected Jan.
Rob Shaw: Locke's 'Simpsons' strategy works as NDP caves on Surrey policing funds

Rob Shaw: Locke's 'Simpsons' strategy works as NDP caves on Surrey policing funds

Cash for co-operation? NDP government offers millions of dollars more to mayor to end Surrey police stalemate
B.C. inflation cools in February, but 'the battle isn't won yet'

B.C. inflation cools in February, but 'the battle isn't won yet'

B.C. inflation rate reached 2.6 in February: StatCan
Mario Canseco: Support for King Charles wanes as Canadians' republican sentiment grows

Mario Canseco: Support for King Charles wanes as Canadians' republican sentiment grows

Growing numbers of Canadians want an elected head of state, survey reveals.
Credit delinquencies on rise among Canadian businesses: Equifax

Credit delinquencies on rise among Canadian businesses: Equifax

TORONTO — A new report suggests credit delinquencies among Canadian businesses are on the rise. Equifax Canada's latest quarterly business credit trends report says there was a 14.
Opinion: Does TikTok pose a security threat to Canadians?

Opinion: Does TikTok pose a security threat to Canadians?

About 26 per cent of Canadians use TikTok. Regulating the app in Canada might be a better approach to avoiding external political influence.
The B.C. government just scaled back the rights of some tenants. Here's why

The B.C. government just scaled back the rights of some tenants. Here's why

"It's just such a massive bold step in the wrong direction."
Opinion: Government has become B.C.’s growth sector as spending rises

Opinion: Government has become B.C.’s growth sector as spending rises

Business leaders likely to view B.C. with caution, say economists
Split opposition gives BC NDP 'comfortable' lead in election year, poll shows

Split opposition gives BC NDP 'comfortable' lead in election year, poll shows

51% of respondents said they felt it is time for a change in government, but a divided opposition gives the NDP a comfortable lead.
Ex-lawyer facing US$52.9M fine from SEC 'in a pickle,' judge notes

Ex-lawyer facing US$52.9M fine from SEC 'in a pickle,' judge notes

Fred Sharp's lawyer says his client was never properly served by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
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