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Prince George-area campgrounds filling up, post-pandemic tourism numbers rebounding

Prince George-area campgrounds filling up, post-pandemic tourism numbers rebounding

Sky-high fuel prices impacting travel plans but haven't crippled holiday roadtrip visits to north central BC
Human error remains the biggest cybersecurity issue for businesses post-pandemic

Human error remains the biggest cybersecurity issue for businesses post-pandemic

Canadian chief information security officers have seen an increase in targeted cyberattacks on organizations' systems but believe the expectations of officers are excessive.
Vancouver businesses beg for red-tape relief

Vancouver businesses beg for red-tape relief

Empty stores can reflect lag in permits, rising street crime and high taxes: city’s response is plan to tax the vacant space
'Blind to women's realities': Uber and Doordash put workers at risk, find B.C. researchers

'Blind to women's realities': Uber and Doordash put workers at risk, find B.C. researchers

Gig-working apps like Uber and Doordash fail to acknowledge the realities of women workers' experiences, thus putting them at personal and financial risk, according to new study.
Canfor, West Fraser report strong first quarters

Canfor, West Fraser report strong first quarters

Near record-high North American lumbers prices help boost bottom lines
Spirit Day to raise money for hospital equipment is this Thursday

Spirit Day to raise money for hospital equipment is this Thursday

Dream team in place to try to raise money for beds to enhance precision radiation cancer treatment
Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Number of new cars available to dealerships in the province hits record low
B.C. to spend up to $5 million to support tourism events

B.C. to spend up to $5 million to support tourism events

Application process launched today for events that take place after September
Why higher prices are likely for flights, hotels and restaurants

Why higher prices are likely for flights, hotels and restaurants

Tourism sector readies for best summer in years
Wage increases could slow the return to normal inflation

Wage increases could slow the return to normal inflation

Employee compensation not expected to outpace annual inflation rates until 2023
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