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10 to Watch: Where Are They Now?

From restaurateurs to cloud-based news content distributors, Douglas Magazine’s 10 to Watch honorees are a varied and innovative bunch. In the countdown to the 2013 Douglas awards on March 27, we caught up with some winners from years past.

Are You Ready for the PST Transition?

It’s been more than a year since British Columbians voted out the HST in a referendum. After months of reworking tax laws, the government will make the official transition back to the PST plus GST system on April 1.


Our Favourite TEDTalks


The massively popular TED Conference is bringing its “ideas worth spreading” to Vancouver in 2014 and 2015. This iconic annual conference invites world-leading thinkers and doers, from business innovators to scientists and social change-agents, to speak for 18 minutes or less.

Calling all Visitors


Tourism Victoria is giving British Columbia, Alberta and Washington residents a reason to use a phone booth — other than a lost cell phone.

Get Engaged With the Social Media Awards


Like the changing business environment, the third annual Social Media awards show an evolution in focus, with many of the awards highlighting the work of progressive individuals and businesses across multiple social media platforms and channels.

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Reaction To B.C.’s Provincial Budget


Critics of the B.C. Liberals didn’t waste time in labeling the government’s proposed budget as “business unfriendly.”

Entering the Dragons’ Den


How do you pitch a dragon? The partners of Rumble decided to take a team approach when they auditioned for CBC’s hit television show, Dragons’ Den, this past Saturday in Victoria.

President of Camosun Speaks to Future Skills Gap


A looming skills shortage in the labour force could affect the province’s prosperity and quality of life, according to Kathryn Laurin, president of Camosun College.

Good as Gold


The Atrium joins an exclusive club of buildings with LEED Gold certification.

Five Minutes With ... Mayor Dean Fortin


The emerging centre of economic gravity is China, and in October, Mayor Dean Fortin led a 26-person economic and education delegation to visit British Columbia’s second largest trading partner.

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