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What Microsoft’s US $68B acquisition of Activision Blizzard means for Vancouver

What Microsoft’s US $68B acquisition of Activision Blizzard means for Vancouver

Multiple B.C. gaming companies now under same corporate umbrella
Cost of repairing B.C. highways damaged by flooding estimated at $170-$220M

Cost of repairing B.C. highways damaged by flooding estimated at $170-$220M

Good progress is being made on repairs to Highway 1 through the Fraser Canyon, says Rob Fleming, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure
Coquihalla Highway reopening to all traffic on Wednesday

Coquihalla Highway reopening to all traffic on Wednesday

The Coquihalla Highway will be reopening to all traffic on Wednesday but it's not what drivers remember it being
CleanBC funding up to $134M for local green projects across province

CleanBC funding up to $134M for local green projects across province

The provincial and federal governments are committing more than $130 million to address climate change across B.C.
Would-be-scammer arrested by Delta Police

Would-be-scammer arrested by Delta Police

Scammer expecting to collect cash gets arrested
B.C. log home builders reach overseas for new markets

B.C. log home builders reach overseas for new markets

Local companies increasingly serving customers outside of the province
Canucks captain Bo Horvat enters COVID-19 protocol

Canucks captain Bo Horvat enters COVID-19 protocol

He'll miss at least two games.
14 B.C. employers ranked among best for young Canadians

14 B.C. employers ranked among best for young Canadians

Generation Z is not settling. They want accountability, sustainability, strong mentorship and work-life balance
Commodities, shipping, permits driving up property prices

Commodities, shipping, permits driving up property prices

Majority of key indicators point to higher prices for Lower Mainland real estate in 2022
Inflation: insights, outlooks and alarm bells

Inflation: insights, outlooks and alarm bells

Businesses will have to pass on rising costs to consumers as B.C. braces for bumpy year ahead, says expert