Business

Neighbourhood concerns kill proposed food truck in Ucluelet

“It just seems like a lot more than a mobile vendor to me.”

Ucluelet locals chew on proposed food truck idea

“Communication is so important when it comes to these kinds of changes in a community.”

Work begins on Site C generators (with video)

Last big contractor for Peace dam begins work on $470 million powerhouse works

Top Tofino chefs prep First Nations students

"There’s a huge need for qualified chefs and we want to see locals get these jobs."

  • Mar 30th, 2017

New bill would prohibit B.C. employers from requiring women to wear high heels while working

Green Party leader Andrew Weaver call the proposed bill ‘an appropriate and overdue step.’

BC Liberals want to trim WorkSafeBC surplus

Small business group says it's overfunded, BCFed president calls Shirley Bond announcement 'outrageous'

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Year-round B.C. ski resort gets green light

Valemount Glacier Destination Resort to open next year, with the longest vertical drop in North America

Rooftop patio coming to Ucluelet restaurant

“As tourism continues to grow in the community, everybody complains about the parking."

B.C.’s online small claims court a world first

Removal of impaired driving, minor civil cases from courts improves efficiency, Justice Minister Suzanne Anton says

Trans Mountain pipeline cost hits $7.4 billion

Few oil shippers back out of commitments to use new line

Ucluelet to host West Coast Job Fair

“The Job Expo will offer an opportunity for job seekers to meet employers in person."

  • Feb 28th, 2017

Tofino’s Picnic Charcuterie slices into SBBC’s top five

“You don’t really change peoples’ minds by yelling at them. It’s always just by leading by example and being true to what your values are."

Ucluelet’s chamber of commerce needs support

“They’re the group that can stand up and make a difference for you.”

Premier, US ambassador ‘optimistic’ about softwood talks with Trump team

Ambassador David MacNaughton and B.C. trade representative David Emerson await Donald Trump administration's lumber trade position

Negotiators prepare for U.S. lumber talks

Two years trying engage U.S. government on softwood lumber trade have been frustrating, now bracing for Donald Trump administration

B.C. considers business sales tax relief

Finance Minister Mike de Jong considers giving up $160 million in provincial sales tax revenue added to business electricity bills

Premier shifts job focus to technology

Technology, climate innovation replace mines and natural gas in Premier Christy Clark's blueprint for B.C. growth

Telus buys Mascon

“There are no plans to increase prices, and it’s business as usual in terms of operations during the transition."

Horgan takes on Clark, forest companies

Donald Trump trade threats raise political heat for Premier Christy Clark

Cermaq awards Ahousaht scholarships

"We have an opportunity to help them and it feels good doing it."