Business

First Nation fashion designer invited to Paris fashion show

A fashion dream is coming true for one B.C. woman

A&W getting face lift

District council approves development permit

B.C. government to outline next steps on Trans Mountain pipeline

Officials to speak on pipeline set to run through Vancouver, Abbotsford, Chilliwack and onto Alberta

HOMEFINDER: Float homes can offer relaxing lifestyle on the water

Price point on Esquimalt home attracts great interest from aross the country

Canadian wine is on NAFTA negotiating table

U.S. dispute over Canadian wine sales restrictions on the table at NAFTA talks

Two Saanich companies competing for Project of Year award

Seba Construction and Mike Geric Construction are among the six finalists in the category, ‘Project of the Year’.

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      New WestJet discount airline service not expected until next year

      News of the delay came as WestJet reported it earned $48.4 million in its latest quarter

      Sooke Chamber of Commerce gets a worldly view on business

      Russian business student Irena Novichkova helps draw up telecommuting project for Sooke

      Glen Meadows in North Saanich reportedly sold

      Golf course property had been offered to the District in 2014

      Sooke’s affordability attracts buyers: realtors

      Region’s beauty, proximity to the core, and lower cost of living among selling points

      Iconic Victoria music store closing, owner plans to keep on playing

      John Larsen and his staff brought music to many in Victoria and elsewhere on the Island

      • Jul 17th, 2017

      HOMEFINDER: Cherish underlines retirement requirements

      A plethora of activities available for Cherish residents

      • Jul 15th, 2017

      City hall more development friendly in Victoria

      Municipal planners, developers collaborating on better design, workable solutions

      • Jul 13th, 2017

      BC tech & RCMP tackle child exploitation

      A tech startup out of Kelowna has joined forced with the RCMP for the Protecting Innocence Hackathon

      New car sales booming

      Thirst for new vehicles still high for Canadian consumers judging by record-setting sales

      Gasoline prices to hit 7-year Canada Day lows

      What’s up for Canada Day? For a change, it’s not average gasoline prices.

      U.S. adds another border tax to B.C. lumber

      Minister says work continues through B.C. instability