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B.C. lawyer cited for alleged stock fraud-related trust account violations

B.C. lawyer cited for alleged stock fraud-related trust account violations

The Law Society of BC says millions of dollars from clients under a U.S. stock fraud probe flowed through a Vancouver lawyer's trust account with little to no inquiry from the lawyer despite 'objectively suspicious' circumstances.
B.C. Ferries plans for long-term contracts with three shipyards

B.C. Ferries plans for long-term contracts with three shipyards

Point Hope and Victoria Shipyards likely to get close to half of drydocking and repair work worth $14.5 million per year for the next five years.
B.C. film company ordered to pay actor unpaid wages, expenses

B.C. film company ordered to pay actor unpaid wages, expenses

Amir Gill claimed he acted in a Hunter Village Films Inc. production and had not been paid wages and expenses.
Aritzia's net income falls as the retailer works to set itself up for future growth

Aritzia's net income falls as the retailer works to set itself up for future growth

Aritzia Inc.'s net income fell by 58 per cent in its latest fiscal year, which the retailer's chief executive said was spent laying the groundwork for the business's rebound.
Seaspan ships now equipped with Starlink internet

Seaspan ships now equipped with Starlink internet

Seaspan's more than 150 container ships now connected to broadband Internet by satellite
'This situation is awful': Metro Vancouver London Drugs stores closed for 5th day

'This situation is awful': Metro Vancouver London Drugs stores closed for 5th day

Phone lines are back up but stores remain closed.
BIV’s B.C. business newsmakers over the past 20 years

BIV’s B.C. business newsmakers over the past 20 years

The people, events, stories and controversies chosen as annual newsmakers since 2004
There's a limit to how much interest rates in Canada and U.S. can diverge: Macklem

There's a limit to how much interest rates in Canada and U.S. can diverge: Macklem

OTTAWA — Canadian interest rates don't have to match U.S. or global rates, Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem says, but they need to stay within a certain ballpark.
Greater Vancouver home sales rise as inventory reaches levels not seen since pandemic

Greater Vancouver home sales rise as inventory reaches levels not seen since pandemic

VANCOUVER — Greater Vancouver's real estate board says the number of homes that changed hands in April rose 3.3 per cent from the previous year, but total sales were still well below the 10-year average for the month.
Oil begins moving on $34B Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

Oil begins moving on $34B Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

CALGARY — Canada's energy sector as well as the country's main oil-producing province celebrated Wednesday as the long-awaited $34-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion officially came online. Crown corporation Trans Mountain Corp.
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