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5 most popular Canadian biz books from the week of October 9 to 15

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Oct 16, 2017
Why Ottawa's proposed tax changes have small business owners up in arms—and what could happen next
Scott Neufeld

The federal government’s July announcement that it was proposing changes to the way private corporations are taxed unleashed an uproar that's sure to continue for some time. On October 16, soon after closing the 75-day public consultation period, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and...

Oct 16, 2017
Fish feud: Will changes to the West Coast salmon industry hurt or help independent fishermen?
Andrew Findlay

Classic rock blares from the wheelhouse radio. Skipper Quincy Sample layers on fibreglass in a waist-deep cockpit at the stern of his boat, making repairs to the 42-foot vessel in anticipation of a commercial salmon fishery opening in June. Gulls...

Oct 13, 2017
David Foster Foundation's 30th Anniversary Miracle Gala & Concert brings star power
By BCBusiness

You don't win 16 Grammy Awards without making a lot of famous friends along the way. On Saturday, October 21, at Rogers Arena, producer and composer David Foster shows just how well connected he is by inviting more than 30 celebrities to join...

Oct 13, 2017
WiFi and your business: On-the-go connectivity to improve customer experience
Chris Hinton

BCBusiness + Shaw For small- and medium-sized businesses, offering customers and visitors complimentary WiFi access can be can be one of the factors that differentiates competitors. From dentists’ offices to department stores and everything in between, providing a reliable WiFi solution for customers and employees may prove to be more valuable than...

Oct 12, 2017
5 B.C. wineries head to court over shipping liquor between provinces
By BCBusiness

On Tuesday (October 10), the Supreme Court of Canada gave permission to five small B.C wineries to intervene in a case involving shipping liquor across provincial borders. The Province of New Brunswick is appealing a provincial court ruling that limiting...

Oct 11, 2017
Whisky Wisemen Society serves good spirits in support of worthy causes
Nick Rockel

Boy, yuppies have changed. On an August evening at Shebeen Whisk(e)y House in Vancouver’s Gastown, the local chapter of the Whisky Wisemen Society is holding its monthly Third Thursday event. Among the lively crowd gathered round the bar are a...

Oct 11, 2017
BCIC Ignite Awards help bring innovative technology to market by funding industry-academic partnerships
By BCBusiness

The BC Innovation Council (BCIC) keeps doing its part to power the provincial economy. Last night (October 10) at the Vancouver Club, the third BCIC Ignite Awards gave a collective $735,000 to four B.C. technology research projects. BCBusiness was a...

Oct 10, 2017
5 most popular biz books from the week of October 2 to 8
Munro’s Books

Best-selling business titles provided by Munro’s Books, 1108 Government Street, Victoria, B.C.

Oct 10, 2017
EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 Pacific Awards Gala
Paul Duchart

Over 1,200 entrepreneurs and business leaders attended the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards at the Vancouver Convention Centre on September 29. Guests mingled in the grand foyer before entering the ballroom for the awards gala dinner. The 2017 Pacific...

Oct 6, 2017
Weekend Warrior: Odlum Brown VP Christina Anthony
as told to Felicity Stone

I have been gardening with my children since 2007. They range from age seven through age 11. I think it’s important for the kids to know where food comes from, to understand that they can grow their own, and what...

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