Business

How a 39 year-old Revelstoke man turned a nerdy hobby into a million dollar startup

Aaron Davidson left behind a six figure corporate job to find meaning in the mountains

Central Vancouver hospital laundry facility joins Island Health

The society provides laundry services to 23 facilities on Central Vancouver Island

  • Apr 5th, 2018

Rossland commercial build complete

The new commercial building on the Old Rossland Cascade Highway has been completed.

Sunshine draws family to Williams Lake

It was sunshine and better air quality that inspired Rudy and Anne Dyck to move their family from Abbotsford to Williams Lake four years ago.

NIC business student named Ch’nook Scholar

After a successful career in dance, Jessie Gervais has his sights on international relations

  • Apr 4th, 2018

Courtenay Burger King closed ‘permanently’

No reasons have been cited by management for the closure

  • Apr 4th, 2018

Vopak investigates terminal development on Ridley Island

Port of Prince Rupert says the project for liquid bulk cargoes is in the concept development stage

Expanded space means expanded product line for Coombs boutique

Zolena Boutique and Gift Shop finds new home in Old Country Market

  • Apr 4th, 2018

Saanich student is in money with internship

It is a Thursday morning and Spring Break won't wrap up for another six days.

  • Apr 4th, 2018

DeHart: OK Corral set for re-grand opening

Kelowna columnist Maxine DeHart's weekly business column

  • Apr 4th, 2018

Surrey broker nominated for best in Canada

Sharnjit Gill in running for Canadian Mortgage Award

  • Apr 4th, 2018

True Leaf to present at MicroCap Conference

True Leaf will present at the 7th annual MicroCap Conference in New York City

  • Apr 4th, 2018

More growth for Okanagan Hockey Group

Penticton-based business growing academy operations again

Waterway Houseboats celebrates 50 years on Shuswap Lake

Waterway Houseboats is giving away a summer vacation for their anniversary

  • Apr 3rd, 2018

One-hundred-one-year-old company moves east to North Langley

Raimac, which sells food equipment and smallwares, relocated from Vancouver in November

Council rejects Leavitt Machinery expansion in 8-1 vote

Proposal for industrial office, training and maintenance facility failed third reading on March 19

Parksville, Qualicum Beach, Coombs projects finalists in commercial building awards

Real estate board honours 2017 excellence in April 19 event

  • Apr 3rd, 2018

One-hundred-one-year-old company moves east to North Langley

Raimac, which sells food equipment and smallwares, relocated from Vancouver in November

  • Apr 2nd, 2018