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Top business stories of the week (May 1-5)

From potential troubles in Hollywood North to some unexpected news in the job market – and more
A film crew at work in downtown Vancouver. The B.C. film industry faces headwinds after writers in Hollywood went on strike this past week. | Chung Chow, BIV

Find more business stories from across B.C. and Western Canada here on the Glacier Business Wire

What’s in store for West Coast jobs?

Employment bounces back slightly as B.C. adds 2,100 jobs in April

B.C. construction industry expected to cool in 2023, 2024 amid high interest rates

B.C.’s economy diversifying as growth slows

Troubles ahead for Hollywood North?

Hollywood writers, slamming 'gig economy,' to go on strike

How the Hollywood writers strike will affect the B.C. film industry

Calling it a strike

Some 35K CRA workers continue strike as tentative deal reached with Treasury Board

Public employees' remote work agreement just the beginning: labour expert

Canada Revenue Agency, union reach tentative deal, ending strike of 35,000 workers

AI impacts

How artificial intelligence is already powering work in B.C.

Reducing lawyers’ workloads and costs with artificial intelligence technology

BCIT students use AI to improve taxi transport at YVR

Keeping the ‘human’ in HR is key to the profession

Right time, right place?

Vancouver gas stations face redevelopment pressure

Vancouver given low ranking for downtown recovery after COVID-19

Vancouver ripe for converting office buildings to residences: Avison Young

Vancouver's wet lab space shortage is hurting life science startups

The Mix

Enbridge buys B.C. natural gas storage facility from Fortis for $400M

TransLink braces for immigration influx pressure on Metro Vancouver transit, roads

B.C. premier's office was lobbied by the daughter of one of its top strategists