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U.S. SEC wants to freeze B.C. homes as alleged fraudster emerges

U.S. SEC wants to freeze B.C. homes as alleged fraudster emerges

Fred Sharp has responded to a US$29-million claim against him.
Entrepreneurs' sake-based cooler aims to disrupt B.C.'s alcohol market

Entrepreneurs' sake-based cooler aims to disrupt B.C.'s alcohol market

Five entrepreneurs aim to disrupt B.C.'s wine-cooler market with an innovative product they call SakeBomb – a range of flavoured coolers made with the rice wine, or sake.
Store closure highlights retail shift to e-commerce

Store closure highlights retail shift to e-commerce

Cook Culture's Vancouver store to close at end of August; owners pivot to online sales
Public engagement to get Canada's buildings to net zero by 2050 begins

Public engagement to get Canada's buildings to net zero by 2050 begins

There are millions of buildings that will need retrofits in the years ahead.
Metadata catches fraudsters who bilked B.C. investors of $360K

Metadata catches fraudsters who bilked B.C. investors of $360K

Two British Columbians are out thousands of dollars after buying into a fake battery venture, according to a recent B.C. Securities Commission ruling.
New North Shore service takes the worry out of garbage day

New North Shore service takes the worry out of garbage day

Rest easy on garbage day; let this service take your bins to the curb for you
Bridgemark Group freeze orders reduced ahead of insider trading hearing

Bridgemark Group freeze orders reduced ahead of insider trading hearing

Commission panel significantly lowers freeze orders of Bridgemark Group by not factoring in lucrative consulting contracts
Premium North Shore retirement community boasts ample social opportunities

Premium North Shore retirement community boasts ample social opportunities

Chartwell Churchill House boasts a serene location in a quiet neighbourhood with friendly and attentive staff
Watch out for rental scams this summer: BBB

Watch out for rental scams this summer: BBB

There's been a 160 per cent increase in the average money lost in the last year, according to Canadian rental fraud reports.
New North Vancouver business group declares BIA plans for Lonsdale

New North Vancouver business group declares BIA plans for Lonsdale

A new business group is aiming to make Central Lonsdale a bit more "European style."
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