Business

B.C. Realtors must now disclose commission, can’t represent buyer and seller

Changes come as regulator looks to protect consumers, officials say

Lumber grading champs rise to the top

Lavington, Prince George workers top 50th annual BC Lumber Grading Championship

City Furniture named retailer of the year

Vernon among 22 stores in B.C. and Alberta since first store opened in Prince George in 1976

Vernon business unlocks potential

Trades training gets employees up to speed

Red Apple brand sets up in Enderby

A new company is set to take a bite out of Enderby.

B.C. public service union settlement first of many

Three-year deal with BCGEU includes 2% annual wage increases

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Davison Orchards Celebrates 85 Years
SilverStar reaches new heights with gondola
Selfless spirt keeps recipient from Vernon award ceremony
Waterway Houseboats celebrates 50 years on Shuswap Lake

Ottawa orders probe into big telecom’s sales practices

Minister Navdeep Bains says he wants a public inquiry

New York sues Trump over use of charitable foundation

NY attorney general alleges president used foundation’s money to settle his business disputes

Save-On-Foods launches food bank program

Save-On-Foods announces inaugural annual campaign that benefits families from B.C. to Manitoba.

UPDATED: Vancouver International Airport to get $9B expansion

The funds will cover more than 75 projects and upgrades during a 20-year span

Talks to begin with Trump administration on Columbia River Treaty renewal

U.S. wants to pay less for flood control, B.C. wants agriculture recognized

Starbucks Canada closes 1,100 stores for race, bias training

Coffee giant tries to make stores more inclusive after black men arrested at Philadelphia location

South Okanagan attraction makes TripAdvisor Hall of Fame

For eight straight years the Osoyoos attraction has received an Award of Excellence

Poker ride remembers North Okanagan customer

Cameron Bryson Memorial Poker Ride set to start at The Hawg Pit, Saturday, June 23

Project seeks to change the face of downtown Vernon

More than 70 per cent of The Hub Downtown units sold

Tax bill paid for the year, you’re working for yourself

B.C. in the middle of the Canadian pack for Tax Freedom Day

Student massage clinic offers better rates

A new class of student therapists begin working at Okanagan Valley College.

FortisBC hits Vernon streets to help small business

Community Ambassadors in town next week visiting restaurants

B.C. loggers struggle despite record lumber prices

Province gets recommendations to stabilize contractor business

Canada’s longest-running restaurant chain turns 90

White Spot celebrates the milestone with a special menu and commemorative coins.