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Wolseley opens North Surrey branch for plumbing, HVAC products

Wolseley opens North Surrey branch for plumbing, HVAC products

Wolseley Canada Skilled Trades Bursary launched with KPU
Tractor-trailers with no one aboard? The future is near for self-driving trucks on US roads

Tractor-trailers with no one aboard? The future is near for self-driving trucks on US roads

Finding right partner key to finding Canadian business office solutions

Finding right partner key to finding Canadian business office solutions

Remote and hybrid work making it harder to justify full office for small business
Kelowna, Victoria breweries coming home with hardware from World Beer Cup

Kelowna, Victoria breweries coming home with hardware from World Beer Cup

Breweries in North Vancouver and Whistler also won awards
Harbour Air could have electric planes flying over B.C. as soon as 2026

Harbour Air could have electric planes flying over B.C. as soon as 2026

The company just announced plans to buy 50 electric airplane engines from Washington company magniX
‘The Last Timbit’ brings donut shop’s humour and heart to the theatre stage

‘The Last Timbit’ brings donut shop’s humour and heart to the theatre stage

‘A little wacky’: Tim Hortons catching Canada off guard with a play about iconic eatery
Post-pandemic recovery road painful for tourism industry in B.C. and Canada

Post-pandemic recovery road painful for tourism industry in B.C. and Canada

Bounceback is happening but not without struggles, particularly in more remote regions
Extra fees becoming the norm for Canadian air travel

Extra fees becoming the norm for Canadian air travel

Budget carriers and cramped conditions mean the base rate is getting you less
Gates open for major Disneyland expansion around original site

Gates open for major Disneyland expansion around original site

Disney could spend $1.9B over the next decade to transform its 490-acre Anaheim property
Worker shortage, late payments have B.C. construction industry asking for help

Worker shortage, late payments have B.C. construction industry asking for help

Shortage of qualified workers pushes average annual wage to just short of $75,000