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Lilith 400 accepting applications from motivated, educated young women

Lilith 400 accepting applications from motivated, educated young women

Citing a lack of women in powerful corporate positions, Lilith Professional is holding a 6-day conference in Squamish, B.C. this August.
Q&A: B.C. 'still on track for LNG exports'

Q&A: B.C. 'still on track for LNG exports'

David Keane, head of B.C.'s new liquefied natural gas industry group, remains confident despite slump in energy prices
Federal tax credits target LNG investment (with VIDEO)

Federal tax credits target LNG investment (with VIDEO)

Prime Minister Stephen Harper sweetens the pot for LNG investors with investment credits similar to B.C. system
As legislation looms, CP Rail strike ends

As legislation looms, CP Rail strike ends

CP Rail strike ends as company, employees agree to resume discussions
'Room to grow' for B.C. commercial shipping

'Room to grow' for B.C. commercial shipping

President of Chamber of Shipping of B.C. discusses state of shipping safety on the B.C. coast as pipeline debate continues
Black Press offering $5,000 business scholarships for high school students

Black Press offering $5,000 business scholarships for high school students

37 scholarships will be given to students accepted into the University of Victoria's Gustavson business school BCom program
New powers for WorkSafeBC after sawmill blasts

New powers for WorkSafeBC after sawmill blasts

Investigators hired to impose penalties, protect evidence and shut down unsafe workplaces
Royal LePage opens

Royal LePage opens

Royal LePage opened in Alberni on Friday, Feb. 6.

Alberni businesses in BC award finals

Swept Away Inn and My Alberni App are in the running for Small Business BC awards.

Tofino eateries among Foodie finalists

Western Living magazine has taken notice of a pair of establishments in Tofino.