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All 2019 Blog Articles Witten By Linda & Freddy Marks

Let’s raise another glass: 2021 Canadian beverage outlook is improving

Print Share Beverage manufacturing companies are an important part of Canada’s food and beverage manufacturing sector and will play a critical role in Canadian economic growth in 2021. The sector employs over 42,000, 15% of all food and beverage manufacturing jobs, and contributes $7.0B in GDP to the economy. Beverage manufacturing is a low-margin, high-volume […]

New designs may transform mobile home parks

Manufactured home parks offer B.C.’s most affordable housing – and contemporary designs are tempting young buyersJun 11, 2021 1:01 PM By:  Frank O’Brien Click Homes are selling fast in a Sunshine Coast manufactured home park. | Click Modular Homes B.C. consumers often dismiss manufactured homes as a housing option, but the rise of Millennial buyers,  B.C.’s runaway […]

Owning a cottage is becoming a pipe dream, even for Canada’s wealthy

Vacation spots only the ‘one per cent of the one-per-cent’ can affordAuthor of the article:Bianca BhartiPublishing date:May 27, 2021  •  2 hours ago  •  3 minute read  •   12 Comments Article content The mayor of the Township of Muskoka Lakes, Ont., one of the country’s most popular summer retreats, said the property market in his town has become unsustainable after prices surged […]

BREAKING: B.C. will open restaurants, local travel May 25

Premier John Horgan said the “great news” is the circuit-breaker restrictions will be over the day after the May long weekend Glen Korstrom Business in Vancouver Western InvestorMay 21, 2021 B.C. Premier John Horgan says that health restrictions on travelling around the province, and on dining inside restaurants will end at midnight to start May 25. Provincial health officer Bonnie […]

B.C. imposes $575 fines for non-essential travel

Even travel between the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island or the Okanagan subject to extraordinary measures, including hefty fines Elana Shepert Western InvestorApril 23, 2021 B.C. Minister of Public Safety Mike Farnworth told reporters in a press briefing Friday (April 23) that a $575 fine will be issued to people who contravene sweeping new order restricting non-essential travel within the […]

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