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Why bad online reviews can sometimes be good for business

Why bad online reviews can sometimes be good for business

A new study shows that brand recognition among consumers is important in quelling negative online comments.
Moore's Meadow property listing has resident concerned about future trail access

Moore's Meadow property listing has resident concerned about future trail access

Twenty-eight-acre parcel could bring residential development to park's north boundary
B.C. e-commerce players navigate rapid food inflation

B.C. e-commerce players navigate rapid food inflation

Grocery, meal-kit delivery services in the province face tight price-balancing act
Tahltan First Nation shows its mining mettle

Tahltan First Nation shows its mining mettle

Tahltan territory is the size of Portugal and rich in precious metals
B.C. to raise minimum wage to $15.65 on June 1

B.C. to raise minimum wage to $15.65 on June 1

Business advocates say they would have liked more notice.
Why the loonie's still 'stuck in the mud' even as oil prices surge

Why the loonie's still 'stuck in the mud' even as oil prices surge

Despite surging oil prices amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the loonie's value has depreciated since the start of the year.
Canfor raked in a record $1.5 billion in 2021

Canfor raked in a record $1.5 billion in 2021

"Unprecedented strength in global lumber markets" credited for new milestone
Local collision repair shop under new ownership, joining the CSN Collision Centres Network

Local collision repair shop under new ownership, joining the CSN Collision Centres Network

CARSTAR Norgate becomes CSN Norgate and will retain same great team
Competition Bureau urged to review pellet company takeovers

Competition Bureau urged to review pellet company takeovers

United Kingdom's Drax to control two-thirds of B.C.'s output, says group
Prince George accountant awarded fellowship designation

Prince George accountant awarded fellowship designation

Now retired, Stan Mitchell remains involved in the community
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