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Kelowna aerospace firm lands $11.2B contract to revamp RCAF program

Kelowna aerospace firm lands $11.2B contract to revamp RCAF program

KF Aerospace and CAE to revolutionize aircrew training for the Royal Canadian Air Force with the investment
Holland defends new ministerial powers to pull products off the shelves

Holland defends new ministerial powers to pull products off the shelves

OTTAWA — The federal health minister needs new powers to unilaterally take dangerous products off the shelves if they're hurting people and not being used as intended, Mark Holland said Wednesday.
I’m 30 – why does it feel like everyone else is further ahead professionally?

I’m 30 – why does it feel like everyone else is further ahead professionally?

Also, the benefits of hiring an assistant, how job postings exclude people with disabilities and telling your boss about fertility treatments
Converting from natural gas too pricey for B.C. restaurants, says report

Converting from natural gas too pricey for B.C. restaurants, says report

Report estimates conversion costs at $800,000 per restaurant.
Residential mortgage debt hits $2.16 trillion amid slowest growth in 23 years: CMHC

Residential mortgage debt hits $2.16 trillion amid slowest growth in 23 years: CMHC

OTTAWA — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the country’s total residential mortgage debt totalled $2.16 trillion as of February this year, up 3.4 per cent year-over-year and representing the slowest growth in 23 years.
WorkSafeBC, police investigating workplace death in Belcarra

WorkSafeBC, police investigating workplace death in Belcarra

Police say the incident took place at around 4 p.m. on Tuesday, May 28 near Belcarra Bay Road and Salish Road.
Black-owned business program gives owners a shot at government, corporate contracts

Black-owned business program gives owners a shot at government, corporate contracts

VANCOUVER — Governments and corporations in Canada spend billions each year procuring products and services, but Jackee Kasandy says that historically barely any has gone to businesses owned by Black people, and she wants that to change.
B.C. Ferries seeks offers for dismantling of four retired vessels

B.C. Ferries seeks offers for dismantling of four retired vessels

Queen of Burnaby, Mayne Queen, Bowen Queen and Powell River Queen are listed in the corporation’s request for proposals
How’s your ‘flow state?’ Combined with technology it might reverse productivity slumps

How’s your ‘flow state?’ Combined with technology it might reverse productivity slumps

Overworked and time-starved? Maybe you need a virtual assistant

Overworked and time-starved? Maybe you need a virtual assistant

Remote, 'virtual' assistants are helping working women bring balance back into their working and personal lives.
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