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How to talk to parents about their estate plan

How to talk to parents about their estate plan

Discussing parents’ wishes with them doesn’t have to be awkward and intrusive
YVR ranks as best airport in Canada, second in North America: Skytrax

YVR ranks as best airport in Canada, second in North America: Skytrax

Airport had ranked No. 1 in North America for 12 straight years up until 2022
Shrinkflation deals a surprise ice cream tax to consumers

Shrinkflation deals a surprise ice cream tax to consumers

Moves by Ben & Jerry’s and Häagen-Dazs to shrink their packaging means consumers will end up paying more
Amazon layoffs raising spectre of added empty Vancouver sublease space

Amazon layoffs raising spectre of added empty Vancouver sublease space

Downtown Vancouver has a 30-year-high amount of empty sublease office space
Nexus trusted-traveller program to fully resume by April 24 after yearlong standoff

Nexus trusted-traveller program to fully resume by April 24 after yearlong standoff

The federal government says the Nexus trusted-traveller program will fully ramp back up within five weeks, allowing frequent border crossers to complete their applications and speed up their trips.
‘We are not the problem. Guys, you are the problem’: The battle for workplace parity

‘We are not the problem. Guys, you are the problem’: The battle for workplace parity

Even if excluding women is not a strategy or a deliberate plan, it is a reality
Nordstrom Canada to begin liquidation Tuesday after receiving court's permission

Nordstrom Canada to begin liquidation Tuesday after receiving court's permission

The liquidation sales at Nordstrom stores across Canada will begin Tuesday.
Rob Shaw: B.C. has 11 days left to spend all of its unprecedented surplus. It likely can't

Rob Shaw: B.C. has 11 days left to spend all of its unprecedented surplus. It likely can't

The B.C. government has embarked on an unprecedented spending spree over the past four months, shovelling billions of dollars of an unexpectedly large budget surplus out the door to community groups, transit organizations and municipalities.
How air passenger complaints ballooned to 42,000-plus

How air passenger complaints ballooned to 42,000-plus

The number of air passenger complaints to Canada's transport regulator is soaring, more than tripling to 42,000 over the past year.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Nordstrom sales A court hearing is expected to be held on Monday for Nordstrom Canada to seek approval of a liquidation sale as it prepares to shutter its 13 locati
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