Business

B.C. government adds staff to field worker pay complaints

‘Self-help kit’ a barrier to migrant workers, Harry Bains says

VIDEO: Fork and Finger event draws largest crowds yet

Annual event ran out of ‘passports’ visitors use to sample items at 19 Langley City outlets

Provincial pot: The rocky road of regulation

In his second of three pieces, Nick Laba explores B.C.’s strict regulations on growing cannabis

  • Aug 28, 2019
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Langley mom enjoys shopping spree
Ace Hardware on the cutting edge
And the winner is...
Langley Township age-friendly business pilot program

B.C. Indigenous group vows to battle Site C dam in court again

B.C. Hydro project preparing to divert Peace River next summer

Pattullo Bridge project budget unchanged as bids come in

Builders wary about union-only rules, contractor group says

Provincial pot: Growing B.C. bud in the era of legalization

Reporter Nick Laba delves into cannabis agriculture in B.C. in a special three-part series

  • Aug 27, 2019

On the cutting edge of business

Ace Hardware opens its doors in Walnut Grove

Forests minister visits B.C. town rocked by multiple mill shutdowns

A third of Mackenzie turns out for rally, not much to cheer about

WHAT’S IN STORE IN LANGLEY: Lowe’s comes to town, sort of

Actually it’s Ace Hardware, and there’s a grand opening celebration Friday morning in Walnut Grove

tbird drives boost in Langley agri-tourism

Visitors encouraged to take in what Langley has to offer en route to world cup in Langley

And the lucky Langley winner is…

Willoughby’s Nancy Frustaci has 16 minutes to spent $1,000 in the Advance Times annual shopping spree

Inflation hits Bank of Canada 2% target for second straight month

Prices showed strength in other areas, including an 18.9 per cent increase in the cost of fresh vegetables

VIDEO: Langley seniors say they value service from businesses

Langley Township wrapped up a pilot program to make businesses more age-friendly.

B.C. sets rules for ride hailing, same minimum fee as taxis

Larger operating areas seen as threat by cab companies

B.C. log export rules killing us, northwest harvester says

NorthPac Forestry says Skeena Sawmills has plenty of timber

Feds to give dairy farmers $1.75B to compensate for impact of trade deals

About half of the country’s 11,000 dairy producers are in Quebec

CRTC lowers wholesale broadband rates to boost competition among providers

CRTC announcement was welcomed by the Canadian Network Operators Consortium

VIDEO: Dashcams are ‘unbiased witness’ when bad things happen to good drivers

The cameras sell for between $200 and $500, and are becoming increasingly popular