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  • Summit Aims to Strengthen Connections and Stimulate Ideas on Vancouver Island

    Vancouver Island’s economic landscape is the hot topic at the 8th Annual State of the Island Economic Summit at the Nanaimo Conference Centre on Oct. 29 and 30th.

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  • Innovation Funding Looks to Move Ideas Into Marketplace

    As part of the second application intake period for the federal government’s Western Innovation (WINN) Initiative, SMEs in Western Canada may request repayable, interest-free loans of up to $3.5 million per project.

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  • Small Business Week Celebrates Entrepreneurs

    BDC Small Business Week in Victoria will see Pierre Cléroux, vice president of research and chief economist at the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) share research on how Canada's industry leaders have mastered the fundamentals of good business management. 

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More Features

Summit Aims to Strengthen Connections and Stimulate Ideas on Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island’s economic landscape is the hot topic at the 8th Annual State of the Island Economic Summit at the Nanaimo Conference Centre on Oct. 29 and 30th.

Innovation Funding Looks to Move Ideas Into Marketplace

As part of the second application intake period for the federal government’s Western Innovation (WINN) Initiative, SMEs in Western Canada may request repayable, interest-free loans of up to $3.5 million per project.

Small Business Week Celebrates Entrepreneurs

BDC Small Business Week in Victoria will see Pierre Cléroux, vice president of research and chief economist at the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) share research on how Canada's industry leaders have mastered the fundamentals of good business management. 

Regional News

  • Huu‐ay‐aht Leads the Way by Offering Employees Living Wage
    (News Release) PORT ALBERNI – Huu‐ay‐aht will become the first First Nations community in Canada to adopt a living wage policy for all of its employees. Out of respect for all Huu‐ay‐aht employees, executive council voted in favour of implementing a living wage policy on Friday, October 24. This will…
  • Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards Starts Construction on Initial Production Blocks for First NSPS Vessel
    (News Release) VICTORIA – The Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, announced today that Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards has started construction on two initial blocks for the first National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy (NSPS) ship, the Canadian Coast Guard’s Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel (OFSV). “We are thrilled…
  • Harbour Authority Announces Interim Ceo
    (News Release) VICTORIA — Greater Victoria Harbour Authority’s (GVHA) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Rick Crosby, former Chief Executive and Operating Officer of the Provincial Capital Commission (PCC), will be joining GVHA as its interim CEO effective Wednesday, November 5, 2014.“GVHA is pleased that Rick has agreed…

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  • B.C. University Degree A Good Investment According To Class Of 2008 Graduate Survey
    (News Release) VANCOUVER – A B.C. university degree is a proven path to employment and a good investment in the future says a new report released today by B.C.’s six research universities, which tracks the outcomes of the graduating class of 2008.Called Putting Degrees to Work, the report uses student…
  • City Receives Three Proposals in Response to Crystal Garden Market Sounding
    (News Release) VICTORIA – This morning the Governance and Priorities Committee will receive information about three proposals submitted for potential uses for the City’s historic Crystal Garden. The City initiated “market sounding” closed Wednesday and resulted in proposals from Butterfly Gardens, Macaloney Brewers and Distilleries and Oceans Network Canada. A…
 
 
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