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Vancouver International Airport regains Best Airport in North America crown

Vancouver International Airport regains Best Airport in North America crown

YVR chief praises 26,000 employees for first win since 2021
When it comes to Canada’s productivity, the devil is in the demographics

When it comes to Canada’s productivity, the devil is in the demographics

An unprecedented inversion of Canada’s population pyramid will significantly strain quality of life
Film commissioner says B.C. budget has killed Okanagan animation industry

Film commissioner says B.C. budget has killed Okanagan animation industry

Seventeen years of work 'destroyed' by elimination of regional tax credit
$535B budget projects $39.8B deficit, aims to restore economic fairness

$535B budget projects $39.8B deficit, aims to restore economic fairness

OTTAWA — The 2024 federal budget will provide "generational fairness" to younger Canadians by raising taxes on those who have already capitalized on Canada's economic strengths, Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said Tuesday as she tabled the docume
Some of the key highlights from the Liberal government's 2024 federal budget

Some of the key highlights from the Liberal government's 2024 federal budget

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland introduced the 2024 federal budget on Tuesday. Some key highlights: Housing In hopes of building nearly 3.
Hockey business is booming as the NHL bounces back from the pandemic in a big way

Hockey business is booming as the NHL bounces back from the pandemic in a big way

NEW YORK (AP) — Arenas are full, the NHL is a fixture on TV screens across North America, highlight-reel goals are talking points on a near-daily basis and “The Pat McAfee Show” even has a segment called “Hockey is Awesome.
B.C. inflation ticks up in March after months of cooling

B.C. inflation ticks up in March after months of cooling

National inflation rate higher than on the West Coast
Annual inflation rate up in March as gasoline prices rose, but core measures lower

Annual inflation rate up in March as gasoline prices rose, but core measures lower

OTTAWA — Higher gasoline prices helped the annual inflation rate tick higher in March, but core inflation continued to cool for the month, raising the chances of an interest rate cut by the Bank of Canada in June.
Housing starts down seven per cent in March from February: CMHC

Housing starts down seven per cent in March from February: CMHC

OTTAWA — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the annual pace of housing starts in March declined seven per cent compared with February.
Guilty pleas entered in stock fraud case involving Canadian 'entities'

Guilty pleas entered in stock fraud case involving Canadian 'entities'

U.S. officials alleged Jonathan Mikula illegally promoted U.S.-listed public company Emerald Health Pharmaceuticals, which has significant ties to British Columbia.