These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have yet to be proven in court.
A class of payday loan customers who borrowed from the now-defunct Cash Store chain of short-term lenders is suing DirectCash Payments Inc. and several affiliates over fees attached to prepaid cards that tipped borrowing costs over the legal limit.
The British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (BC Hydro) is suing Puppy Holdings Inc. owner Rockmill Myers and property manager Miro Jackanin for allegedly unlawfully blocking access to their properties to allow the utility to install smart meters.
Every year, 40 business stars under the age of 40 are profiled in Business in Vancouver and then honoured at a gala awards evening.
Honorees are leaders in their company and the business community. These awards draw attention to the business case for gender diversity in the boardroom.
CEOs are recognized for providing exemplary leadership in their organizations and inspiration for other companies and business leaders to achieve similar success.
CFOs are chosen based on their performance relating to corporate growth through strategic decision making, as well as overall performance and execution, sound business principals and reporting.