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Ottawa’s fish-farm transition plan could sink industry if mishandled, businesses say

Ottawa’s fish-farm transition plan could sink industry if mishandled, businesses say

Industry awaits federal government renewal decision as 66 B.C. salmon farm licences expire this month
What managers are getting wrong about early-career Gen Z talent

What managers are getting wrong about early-career Gen Z talent

Gen Z has a lot of untapped potential – here’s how to make the most of the strengths they bring to your organization
Emissions cap not possible without oil, gas production cuts: Deloitte

Emissions cap not possible without oil, gas production cuts: Deloitte

CALGARY — Canadian oil and gas companies facing a federally imposed emissions cap will decide to cut their production rather than invest in too-expensive carbon capture and storage technology, a new report by Deloitte says.
WestJet mechanics hit airline with 72-hour strike notice

WestJet mechanics hit airline with 72-hour strike notice

CALGARY — WestJet mechanics say they are poised to walk off the job early as Thursday night after serving the airline with a 72-hour strike notice yesterday.
WorkSafeBC warns of increased risk to crane safety

WorkSafeBC warns of increased risk to crane safety

There are about 400 tower cranes currently operating in the province.
Family of woman forced to transfer from Catholic hospital to another facility for MAID sues

Family of woman forced to transfer from Catholic hospital to another facility for MAID sues

The lawsuit says Sam O’Neill wished to access MAID in the room at St. Paul's where she was being treated, but was denied because of Providence Health Care’s MAID policy.
StatCan updates CPI basket to increase food weighting in inflation calculation

StatCan updates CPI basket to increase food weighting in inflation calculation

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada is updating the basket of goods it uses to measure inflation to increase the importance of food in the calculation as Canadians spend more on groceries and dining out.
'Excessively hot tea': Starbucks sues daughter of woman suing coffee giant

'Excessively hot tea': Starbucks sues daughter of woman suing coffee giant

Lawsuit claims Fatameh Khalatabadi was burned at a Port Coquitlam Starbucks in July 2021 because the lid wasn't secure, a claim the company denies.
Canadians paying more for airfares as summer ticket prices jump

Canadians paying more for airfares as summer ticket prices jump

Looking to catch a flight this summer? Prepare to open your wallet even wider.
More B.C. businesses embracing 4-day work weeks

More B.C. businesses embracing 4-day work weeks

The shift can attract talent and boost productivity, but doesn’t work for all firms, say experts