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Ottawa will shut down shady post-secondary institutions if provinces don't: Miller

Ottawa will shut down shady post-secondary institutions if provinces don't: Miller

OTTAWA — Immigration Minister Marc Miller says Ottawa is ready to step in and shut down shady schools that are abusing the international student program if provinces don't crack down on them.
Canadians concerned about growing identity, mortgage fraud: Equifax

Canadians concerned about growing identity, mortgage fraud: Equifax

TORONTO — A new survey from credit reporting agency Equifax shows Canadians are increasingly concerned about identity and mortgage frauds.
A list of Canadian discount airlines that have left the skies since 2000

A list of Canadian discount airlines that have left the skies since 2000

It's not easy to make a go of it as an upstart airline in Canada.
B Corps, EDI training programs are booming in B.C.

B Corps, EDI training programs are booming in B.C.

Demand rises for training and education related to ESG, EDI and Indigenous relations programs businesses and professionals seek to learn and improve
B.C. residents back Eby's housing policies, but confidence on affordability wanes

B.C. residents back Eby's housing policies, but confidence on affordability wanes

British Columbians aren't sure housing programs will meaningfully improve housing affordability in the province
Dead woman's estate must pay UBC $594K for wage fraud

Dead woman's estate must pay UBC $594K for wage fraud

Wanda Barbara Moscipan gave herself wage increases and merit pay by forging supervisors' signatures.
Les Leyne: Flipping tax long time coming, late arriving

Les Leyne: Flipping tax long time coming, late arriving

The flipping fire truck will be arriving in January 2025, but the blaze looks to be under control
New B.C. Ferries vessels, expected in 2029, to carry 2,100, run on greener tech

New B.C. Ferries vessels, expected in 2029, to carry 2,100, run on greener tech

A request for proposals for the new ships, which will replace six older Queen-class ships, is expected to go out this summer.
Uncooperative B.C. lawyer suspended for second time in past year

Uncooperative B.C. lawyer suspended for second time in past year

Hearing panel finds lawyer acted in a conflict of interest and improperly borrowed money from a client.
Some bundled wireless plans not as cheap as before Rogers-Shaw merger: watchdog

Some bundled wireless plans not as cheap as before Rogers-Shaw merger: watchdog

Certain cellphone plans in Western Canada are not as cheap as they were prior to the Rogers-Shaw merger, Canada's competition watchdog says.