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  • Feb 1, 2019

New brewery and taproom coming to downtown Victoria

The Whistle Buoy Brewing Company will open in 2019

WestJet warns of phone scam that’s hit even their own staff

Fraudsters posing as company representatives are asking for credit card information

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Sears Canada job losses very sad, says former executive

Bank of Canada offers explanations for country’s ‘puzzling’ wage disappointment

Technological advances have lowered demand for routine jobs, reduced competition

Victoria hotel runs unique Valentine’s Day package

Eclectic room, sexy card games promise ‘heart-pounding, blood-pumping fun’

Islands Agriculture Show comes to Saanich Fairgrounds

This year’s theme is Prospering in a Time of Uncertainty

Undisclosed company wins POT stock ticker lottery, says TMX Group

Roughly 40 eligible ballots were submitted to participating exchanges to use ticker name

Sooke’s best in business recognized at awards gala

Westcom Plumbing & Gas and D&H Woodworks among Island winners

Canfor adds to mill curtailments with brief B.C. Interior shutdowns

Vavenby down for six weeks, Houston and Mackenzie one week each

BC Ferries’ president on LNG and northern routes

CEO Mark Collins to speak with Prince Rupert’s business community

B.C. businesses bracing for health payroll tax impact on jobs

For many small and seasonal employers, it’s another new cost

B.C.’s licensed medical cannabis craft producers launching co-op

Big marijuana growers struggle to meet demand for legal marijuana

B.C. top income tax rate nears 50%, investment taxes highest in Canada

Competing for skilled workers with U.S. states getting more difficult, study says

B.C. extends mining tax credits to attract investment

Premier John Horgan says more to come from task force to strengthen struggling industry

Vancouver Island’s best in business recognized at awards gala

Vancouver Island Business Excellence Awards were presented this past week

B.C. loggers brace for changes in century-old log export policy

Contractor regulations shifting to stabilize struggling industry

New family restaurant adds spice to Esquimalt

‘Dream’ restaurant wows locals with north Indian flavours

Cannabis sales up 25% in November as overall retail sales fall 0.9%

Cannabis store sales totalled $54 million in the first full month of legal recreational pot sales