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Destination BC a sham, critics say

Travel industry claims it’s under-represented in “industry-led” marketing organization

Outlook BC economic growth forecast to outpace national average International Market, Vancouver, Business, Store, Business Illustration

Outlook 2013: B.C. economic growth forecast to outpace national average

Analysts see provincial economy benefiting from strength in key international markets in the coming year

A disproportionate number of charitable givers wait until the last day of the year to make their donation, running the risk that they will forget and miss out on the tax deduction, according to the CEO of Canada’s online resource for charitable giving. Last Day Of The Year, Charitable Giving, Tax Deductions, Fundraising, Charity, Career, Words, Vancouver, Hurricane Sandy

Charitable giving tax-deduction deadline looms

A disproportionate number of charitable givers wait until the last day of the year to make their donation, running the risk that they will forget and miss out on the tax deduction, according to the CEO of Canada’s online resource for charitable giving.

With the debate still raging over Keystone XL, the company behind the pipeline is already hard at work promoting a PR strategy for its larger and entirely Canadian pipeline, Energy East. Financial News, Financial Markets, New Market, Stock Market, The Pipeline, Pipeline Project, Us News Today, What Is Marketing

Newsmaker of the Year: Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline dominates 2012 headlines

Controversy for the $6 billion oilsands pipeline project continues in joint review panel hearings that began one year ago and wrap up in May 2013

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Marine Drive corridor shifts gears from industrial to urban destination

Mixed-use residential-retail developers follow string of big-box openings to turn South Vancouver into city’s next hot area

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B.C. company takes on cotton industry with high-tech flax

After years in R, Crailar Technologies has landed the backing it needs to launch commercial sales of an environmentally friendly alternative to cotton

The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) ruled December 10 that Telus Corp. (TSX:T) violates regulations by the way it markets the Vancouver-based gay and lesbian network OUTtv Network Inc. Lesbian, Gay, Vancouver, Business, Healthy, Lesbians, Store, Business Illustration, Health

Telus unfairly treated gay network OUTtv, rules CRTC

The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) ruled December 10 that Telus Corp. (TSX:T) violates regulations by the way it markets the Vancouver-based gay and lesbian network OUTtv Network Inc.

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Feeding Vancouver's poor a foundation for business

For Save On Meats owner Mark Brand, launching a charitable foundation could be the key to making his social enterprise profitable

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British Columbia home to 18 of Canada’s top 100 most powerful women

Eighteen influential B.C. women made the cut in the tenth annual Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards, announce yesterday by the Women’s Executive Network (WXN).

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HootSuite further expands directory of apps

Vancouver-based social media management system HootSuite announced this morning that it has once again expanded its app directory, following an announcement mid-November that saw new Facebook features being added to its dashboard.

Harbour Centre Complex will get a multimillion-dollar facelift, starting in the spring of Vancouver, Centre, How To Plan, Mansions, House Styles, Business, Outdoor Decor, Home Decor, Decoration Home

Harbour Centre plans multimillion-dollar facelift

Harbour Centre Complex will get a multimillion-dollar facelift, starting in the spring of 2013.

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U.S. company buys a quarter of Whistler Blackcomb

An affiliate of KSL Capital Partners has entered into a purchase agreement to acquire Intrawest ULC's 24% interest in Whistler Blackcomb Holdings Inc. (TSX:WB), both companies announced yesterday.

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Peer to Peer: How can I make my business more environmentally friendly?

Darcy Dobell, vice-president, Pacific Region, WWF Canada

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Widening labour market gap a threat to Canadian economy: CIBC

Many industries are seeing a steadily increasing skills shortage while other industries are reporting an increasing labour surplus – and according to CIBC World Markets, the gap between the two is growing.

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Vancouver agencies strike gold with BC Jobs Plan ad campaign

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Premier promises balanced budget in 2013

British Columbia created 46,000 new jobs and increased trade with China by 25% since its Jobs Plan was launched more than a year ago, Premier Christy Clark said in an election-style lunch speech Tuesday before the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce.