VANCOUVER ISLAND BUSINESS NEWS

Current Millwork & Cabinetry: Custom Is Their Custom

Parksville Based Architectural Woodworking Cabinet Shop Shows Strong Growth PARKSVILLE – First impressions last a long time, and that is the custom at Current Millwork & Cabinetry. General...

Former MLA Joins Covid 19 Testing Firm

Recently Sold Land-based Salmon Operation To Become Public Company   NANAIMO - Former Parksville-North Nanaimo MLA Michelle Stilwell is the newly appointed Director of Rapid Testing for CVM Medical...

BCREA: Record-Setting Month for BC Homes Sales

BRITISH COLUMBIA - The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) reports that a total of 15,073 residential unit sales were recorded by the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) in March 2021, an...

Advisory: Managing Risk In A Sea Of Change

VANCOUVER ISLAND - The only constant to COVID has been change. Nearly a year into our new reality, I continue to be amazed by the resilience our clients and members show in adapting their business...

Port Alberni Supports Local Businesses

PORT ALBERNI – The City of Port Alberni recognizes that the new Provincial Health Orders will continue to present challenges to local businesses. We acknowledge this hardship and express our...

BC Relief Funding Coming For Hard-Hit Businesses

BRITISH COLUMBIA - The BC government will provide more than $50 million to help the 14,000 restaurants, bars, breweries, wineries, gyms and fitness centres affected by the March 30, 2021, provincial...

Free Interprovincial Trade Once And For All

Canada’s GDP Per Capita Would Increase By 3.8 Per Cent Simply By Removing Interprovincial Trade Barriers CANADA - The theme of the post-COVID-19 economic recovery is on everyone’s lips, and there’s...

Top 10 Auto Repair Shops in Nanaimo

NANAIMO - Heading to the auto repair shop is largely an experience none of us look forward to, planned or otherwise. Be it replacing brake pads that are on their last leg, fixing a timing belt, or...

Carbon Tax Will Cost British Columbians More

BRITISH COLUMBIA - British Columbians are now paying even more to heat, eat and drive to work. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's most recent carbon tax hike has found a willing follower in British...

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