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Bains will consider targets if no improvement to diversity on corporate boards

OTTAWA — The Liberal government hopes that proposed legislation requiring publicly traded companies to disclose the gender composition of their corporate boards and senior...

B.C. to bring in 15 per cent real estate tax on foreign buyers in Vancouver to rein in high home prices

The Canadian Press VANCOUVER — Foreign nationals who buy real estate in Metro Vancouver would pay an additional property transfer tax of 15 per cent...

Province invests $7 million in Trades Training

VANCOUVER - The Province has announced today that it has invested, through the Industry Training Authority (ITA), $7 million in Vancouver Community College (VCC) for trades...

A direct flight to improvements for B.C.’s airports

Ready for takeoff! New funding will help small and regional airports make critical upgrades and improvements to their infrastructure. Public airport operators, local governments...

Surrey MLA Amrik Virk says he could have done ‘better job’ on Kwantlen board

CASSIDY OLIVER / THE PROVINCE , Surrey-Tynehead MLA Amrik Virk previously sat on Kwantlen's board of directors. SURREY — A series of emails between former members...

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Magic Days Coming to Museum of Surrey

Surrey, BC – Lon Mandrake, magician, and son of the late famous Mandrake the Magician, will perform a little abracadabra at Museum of Surrey on...

TransLink completes modernization of 1980s-era SkyTrain technology

NEW WESTMINSTER: TransLink has replaced aging speakers and signs on the SkyTrain system by installing 280 new customer information screens and over 1,400 new...

Fraser Health declares COVID-19 outbreak at Abbotsford Regional Hospital

SURREY – Fraser Health has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at Abbotsford Regional Hospital after evidence of transmission in a medicine unit. Four patients at Abbotsford Regional...