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B.C. deficit forecast tops $3 billion

B.C. deficit forecast tops $3 billion

Falling revenues have pushed B.C.'s deficit forecast above $3 billion, due to
Major projects Web portal opens doors

Major projects Web portal opens doors

It is now up to the business community to take the lead and register within the site’s supplier data base
Campbell River internship sets student on the road to research career

Campbell River internship sets student on the road to research career

During the past three years more than 10 students, ranging from high school to university level, have received training

Office Politics 101: Advice on the promotion

I’ve just been promoted to manager of our small five-person department. Any advice for me?
Knight Inlet Lodge bullish on the bear market

Knight Inlet Lodge bullish on the bear market

The lodge is already about 45 per cent booked for next year’s season, and Wyatt expects that it will be fully booked by the end of March
Natural gas vehicles catching on

Natural gas vehicles catching on

With gasoline and diesel prices soaring, truck fleet operators in B.C. are discovering the benefits of converting to natural gas.
Minimum wage still too low: B.C. Fed

Minimum wage still too low: B.C. Fed

B.C. Federation of Labour wants another dollar added to bring the wage to $11.25 next fall.
Chinese firms bet big on B.C. coal

Chinese firms bet big on B.C. coal

Chinese companies have announced investments totaling $1.36 billion to develop two new coal mines in northeast B.C.
Rebates to rev up electric cars

Rebates to rev up electric cars

B.C. offers breaks for clean vehicles, charge stations

Office Politics 101: Retiring the frequent visits

Q: This may sound rather heartless, but a retired employee comes around quite often and interrupts us — and his visits can be annoying.
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