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All London Drugs outlets reopen after hack leads to lengthy shutdown

All London Drugs outlets reopen after hack leads to lengthy shutdown

B.C.-based firm says it appears no client information was compromised in cybersecurity breach
SeaLight initiative wants to make waves in B.C.’s marine industry for women

SeaLight initiative wants to make waves in B.C.’s marine industry for women

Only two per cent of the people working in the marine industry are female
London Drugs reopens about half its stores after cybersecurity shutdown

London Drugs reopens about half its stores after cybersecurity shutdown

Pharmacies will not be able to fill new prescriptions due to connectivity issues
WestJet mechanics lockout averted, tenative deal reached

WestJet mechanics lockout averted, tenative deal reached

Terms of deal with Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association not yet available
Canada Post reports $748M pre-tax loss for 2023, warns of worse ahead

Canada Post reports $748M pre-tax loss for 2023, warns of worse ahead

The Crown corporation says it’s struggling amid intense competition in parcel delivery services
Vancouver Island bowling alley may be nearing its final frame

Vancouver Island bowling alley may be nearing its final frame

Nanaimo’s Brechin Lanes bowling alley up for sale, unlikely to continue
Cement contractor Island Ready Mix has concrete relationship with BC Hydro

Cement contractor Island Ready Mix has concrete relationship with BC Hydro

BC Hydro and their general contractors have relied heavily on local suppliers and subcontractors
London Drugs phones back, stores still closed after cybersecurity incident

London Drugs phones back, stores still closed after cybersecurity incident

Canada Post offices inside London Drugs stores are also up and running again
Fearful Squamish rejects ‘floatel’ housing for LNG plant workers

Fearful Squamish rejects ‘floatel’ housing for LNG plant workers

Council votes to reject repurposed cruise ship citing safety and environmental concerns
Interfor cutting back lumber production in B.C. and elsewhere

Interfor cutting back lumber production in B.C. and elsewhere

Company announces reduction of 175 million board feet in response to weak market conditions