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New provincial grant helps NIC nursing students cope with rising costs

New provincial grant helps NIC nursing students cope with rising costs

Eligible programs include bachelor’s degree, some nursing diploma programs
BIZ BEAT: Grand openings galore as new businesses open in Port Alberni

BIZ BEAT: Grand openings galore as new businesses open in Port Alberni

See what’s new in the Port Alberni business community
Teen who died after eating spicy chip had congenital heart defect

Teen who died after eating spicy chip had congenital heart defect

Paqui pulled product from store shelves shortly after Massachusetts death
Illness took away her voice. AI created a replica she carries in her phone

Illness took away her voice. AI created a replica she carries in her phone

Low-cost Chinese Seagull could create waves in electric vehicle market

Low-cost Chinese Seagull could create waves in electric vehicle market

‘Any car company that’s not paying attention to them as a competitor is going to be lost’
Canfor cancels planned new northern B.C. mill, closes another, curtails a 3rd

Canfor cancels planned new northern B.C. mill, closes another, curtails a 3rd

Forestry firm won’t build new sawmill in Houston, closes mill in Bear Lake, Prince George pulp line
Rural B.C. taxi/ride hailing service, disabled access improvements called for

Rural B.C. taxi/ride hailing service, disabled access improvements called for

Committee makes multiple recommendations on how to improve the industry
‘Constantly probing for weaknesses’: London Drugs responds to cyber attack

‘Constantly probing for weaknesses’: London Drugs responds to cyber attack

President said company has been preparing for attack for years, unclear why it was targeted
New coffee roaster opens in Port Alberni

New coffee roaster opens in Port Alberni

Alberni Premium Coffee is run out of Dog Mountain Brewing
All London Drugs outlets reopen after hack leads to lengthy shutdown

All London Drugs outlets reopen after hack leads to lengthy shutdown

B.C.-based firm says it appears no client information was compromised in cybersecurity breach