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GVDA Receives $898,000 To Help Local Businesses Compete Globally

“The West Means Business” was the tagline at Monday’s press conference announcing funding from the federal government to bring international business and trade opportunities to the Greater Victoria region.

Could Victoria Benefit From San Francisco Development Model?

A San Francisco-based urban planner believes her experiences in the Golden Gate city could apply to downtown Victoria, especially where the tech sector is concerned —  germane given Victoria’s economy boasts a tech industry worth $3 billion dollars.


7 Tips for Effective Community Consultation


BONUS CONTENT: Web-exclusive content for “The Art of Community Consultation” from the April/May issue of Douglas Magazine

Local Business Owner Using Humour to Save Lives


A local designer is putting a positive spin on his experience with testicular cancer in the hopes he can spread the word about the disease.

Inaugural Gala Celebrates Local Social Enterprises


As social enterprises differ from other businesses it’s only fitting that they be recognized with their own event. However, social enterprises are still businesses, so it’s also fitting that said event includes a Dragon Den-inspired format.

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Dennis Washington Named as Gustavson School of Business's Distinguished Entrepreneur of the Year


The University of Victoria’s Gustavson School of Business has named Dennis Washington, founder of The Washington Companies, as their Distinguished Entrepreneur of the Year (DEYA) for 2014.

Viking-Manufactured Planes Involved in Search for Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight


As the search mission for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 aircraft widens to the west, a major part of its efforts off the coast of Vietman has involved the amphibious equipped Twin Otter Series 400, manufactured by Sidney-based Viking Air.

New Land Transaction Agreement to Boost Victoria’s Economy


The mayor of Victoria says the recent land exchange agreement between the city and the provincial government will bring tremendous benefits to the community.

Media Matters at the Victoria Film Fest


If content is king, then convenience is queen. That was one of the big takeaways from the Victoria Film Festival’s (VFF) opening Springboard talk and panel.

Proposed British Columbia Liquor Law Changes Lauded by Festival Organizer


Nick Blasko of Atomique Productions didn’t have high hopes for B.C. government endorsement of the recent recommendations made in a report concerning the province’s outdated liquor laws.