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Big White Ski Resort looks to draw talent with new housing for staff

Big White Ski Resort looks to draw talent with new housing for staff

Construction on new accommodations on track, job applications back to pre-pandemic levels
Métis Federation adds office space, touts revitalization of downtown Winnipeg

Métis Federation adds office space, touts revitalization of downtown Winnipeg

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba Métis Federation is finalizing the purchase of two more office buildings and a parking lot in the heart of downtown Winnipeg.
B.C. investors shift gears after capital gains change

B.C. investors shift gears after capital gains change

British Columbia’s investment climate adjusts to a higher federal rate of inclusion.
Rob Shaw: Eby’s frustrations flourish as federal outreach proves fruitless

Rob Shaw: Eby’s frustrations flourish as federal outreach proves fruitless

B.C. premier unleashes on feds over silent treatment
Student residence building coming to Camosun's Lansdowne campus

Student residence building coming to Camosun's Lansdowne campus

The six-storey building on the college’s Lansdowne campus is expected to be completed by September 2027
Canada's premiers say Ottawa must meet NATO spending target to keep U.S.'s respect

Canada's premiers say Ottawa must meet NATO spending target to keep U.S.'s respect

HALIFAX — A three-day meeting among Canada's premiers ended with provincial and territorial leaders calling on Ottawa to quickly ramp up defence spending in order to protect the country's trade relationship with the United States ahead of its upcomin
Property investors still see Vancouver as low-risk, high-reward market

Property investors still see Vancouver as low-risk, high-reward market

Rates are expected to remain stable entering Q3, according to Avison Young.
B.C. pledges support for court challenge over equalization, mulls its own claim

B.C. pledges support for court challenge over equalization, mulls its own claim

HALIFAX — British Columbia is providing "full support" to Newfoundland and Labrador's court challenge over federal equalization payments, while it considers its own claim to ensure fair treatment from Ottawa, Premier David Eby said Wednesday.
Trudeau outlines details of $30B, 10-year fund for public transit

Trudeau outlines details of $30B, 10-year fund for public transit

The Canada Public Transit Fund has been in the works for months and was promised in the recent federal budget. It is intended to be permanent, though it is currently only funded for 10 years.
95-room hotel part of heritage project in downtown New Westminster

95-room hotel part of heritage project in downtown New Westminster

216 strata units, a hotel, a coffee bar and an auditorium are proposed in 30-storey tower on Columbia Theatre site.