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B.C. medical tech company Kardium secures US$104M in funding

B.C. medical tech company Kardium secures US$104M in funding

Burnaby company plans to use fund to expand manufacturing, hire more workers
Tax refunds are rolling in. Where should the money go this year?

Tax refunds are rolling in. Where should the money go this year?

The new tax-free first home savings account provides another option for parking tax refunds.
Border strike averted after union reaches tentative agreement with Ottawa

Border strike averted after union reaches tentative agreement with Ottawa

OTTAWA — Workers at Canada's borders are no longer planning to go on strike this week after their union reached a tentative agreement with the federal government.
Vancouver Island’s recreational property prices set to rise in 2024

Vancouver Island’s recreational property prices set to rise in 2024

Reports find recreational owners holding on to properties despite market challenges
'A bit of a Wild West': Navigating the changing rules on when to tip

'A bit of a Wild West': Navigating the changing rules on when to tip

If he was speaking to a visitor or newcomer to Canada, Michael von Massow would struggle to describe our tipping culture to them. “It is a bit of a Wild West,” von Massow said.
Younger homeowners more likely to be financially stressed: survey

Younger homeowners more likely to be financially stressed: survey

Roughly six in 10 Canadians with a mortgage are financially stressed, with younger homeowners more likely to be under pressure.
Canadian universities flag foreign influence registry's potential 'chilling effect'

Canadian universities flag foreign influence registry's potential 'chilling effect'

OTTAWA — Canada's leading research universities warn that a proposed foreign influence transparency registry could have an unintended "chilling effect" on international partnerships, meaning Canada misses out on cutting-edge opportunities.
RCMP, B.C. Securities Commission deliver warnings to 10 suspected 'money mules'

RCMP, B.C. Securities Commission deliver warnings to 10 suspected 'money mules'

SURREY, B.C.
Union representing Canadian border agents moves strike deadline to Friday at midnight

Union representing Canadian border agents moves strike deadline to Friday at midnight

The Public Service Alliance of Canada says it has moved its strike deadline to Friday at 12:01 a.m.
Loud quitting: Women of colour aren’t going quietly

Loud quitting: Women of colour aren’t going quietly

A lot of women – and in particular Black women and women of colour – are becoming less patient with the systemic injustices they face in the workplace and are more likely to take a stand, loudly and publicly