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New regulations, new uncertainty – how to navigate the latest amendments to the BC Contaminated Sites Regulations

New regulations, new uncertainty – how to navigate the latest amendments to the BC Contaminated Sites Regulations

NEXT Environmental helps clients proactively manage B.C.’s newest soil relocation laws
Learn at your own pace across more than 1,000 courses where flexibility reigns supreme

Learn at your own pace across more than 1,000 courses where flexibility reigns supreme

BCIT’s Flexible Learning helps those new to the labour force and others looking to level up
Mitigate moving pains with practical advice from Baker Tilly

Mitigate moving pains with practical advice from Baker Tilly

Baker Tilly’s expertise in the manufacturing sector can guide your company through any transition
FortisBC: Why LNG is the best solution to make Canada's ports the "most efficient and cleanest in the world"

FortisBC: Why LNG is the best solution to make Canada's ports the "most efficient and cleanest in the world"

Doug Slater, vice-president of external and Indigenous relations at FortisBC, shares his thoughts on addressing Canada’s marine energy needs
Manning Elliott’s expertise in SR&ED tax incentives allows companies to retain talent, ward off recessionary pressures

Manning Elliott’s expertise in SR&ED tax incentives allows companies to retain talent, ward off recessionary pressures

Michael Weatherby of Manning Elliott Vancouver helps Canadian businesses survive and flourish using SR&ED benefits
Need a $120K to boost your business? This may be your ticket

Need a $120K to boost your business? This may be your ticket

Show Me The Money! shows you how to capitalize on Canadian federal grant opportunities
Taking ownership: Katherine Enns, CPA, rows her own boat

Taking ownership: Katherine Enns, CPA, rows her own boat

Since receiving her CPA designation in 2019, Enns has achieved the flexibility to live the life she wants on her terms
Tracy Adole: proposed changes to accelerated schooling program will harm both parents and students

Tracy Adole: proposed changes to accelerated schooling program will harm both parents and students

Adole claims the Vancouver School Board’s plans for the University Transition Program lack accountability and transparency
Lost in translation: issues newcomers to Canada may experience when facing litigation

Lost in translation: issues newcomers to Canada may experience when facing litigation

Song Xue, a commercial litigation lawyer with the full-service Vancouver law firm Harper Grey LLP, bridges cultural differences to help newcomer business professionals effectively navigate the Canadian legal system
What are your business obligations for managing unclaimed accounts?

What are your business obligations for managing unclaimed accounts?

The BC Unclaimed Property Society has served as a “lost and found” for unclaimed money since 2003