Business

LANGLEY CHAMBER: Online voting expected to raise voters’ voices

Chamber ramping up efforts ahead of 2018 municipal election.

  • Feb 15th, 2018

Langley chamber ‘not opposed’ to minimum wage increase

But community’s primary business advocates are concerned with wages ‘going up too quickly.’

  • Feb 13th, 2018

Vancouver remains Canada’s second priciest rental city: stats

Burnaby, Victoria, Kelowna and Abbotsford all made the list of 26 cities

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Everything you need to know about comfort animals on Canadian airlines

Air Canada only allows emotional support dogs, while WestJet accepts a much broader range

WHAT’S IN STORE: Young Langley professionals keep Sleep Out movement growing

A local communications manager joins 80 sleeping on the streets in Vancouver Thursday.

Otter Co-op works for a bright future

95 years of strong growth and profit for co-operative’s 50,000 members

WHAT’S IN STORE: Feasts and frontage come to Fort Langley

From new eateries and a food festival, to the start of customized condos, village changes are afoot.

Optimistic tone in B.C. business community

Concerns registered on housing affordability and tax increases

  • Feb 7th, 2018

Lululemon CEO exits after failing to meet conduct standards

Laurent Potdevin is also no longer on the Vancouver-based retailer’s board of directors

WHAT’S IN STORE: Langley entrepreneur relocates businesses from village to City

There’s always someone new setting up shop or an existing company closing or relocating in town.

Home Depot looking of a few good employees

Langley location adding 116 workers to mix

Alberta premier ramps up oil pipeline battle with B.C.

No more electricity discussions with B.C., Rachel Notley says

VIDEO: A&W employers celebrated for inclusive hiring practices

Nick Nuraney and John Archibald receive provincial 2017 Widening Our World awards

IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad dies at 91

‘He will be much missed and warmly remembered by his family and IKEA staff all around the world’

Otter Co-op added as title sponsor of Aldergrove Credit Union Community Centre

Company is contributing $250,000 to the new facility

  • Jan 26th, 2018

Annual pace of inflation slows as the price of gasoline levels out

Consumer price index for the final month of 2017 was up 1.9 per cent, officials say

VIDEO: Langley charities benefit from car buyer competition

Share your innovative ideas for soliciting staff in a time when jobs are plentiful.

Ridgewater Homes takes home hardware

Langley builder wins top choice award for second year in a row

INTERVIEW: Andrew Scheer on trade, Trump and Trudeau

Conservative leader leads caucus retreat in Victoria before parliament returns

Cara’s Keg acquisition latest move in restaurant industry consolidation

Cara Operations Ltd.’s deal to buy The Keg restaurants is the latest consolidation move in an industry dominated by three operators