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VIDEO – Strawberries ripening ‘on time’: Langley grower

Thousands are flocking to the local strawberry fields this week, to get a taste of summer.

UPDATE: Sears Canada closing 59 of its stores across Canada

Roughly 2,900 jobs expected to be lost, amid restructuring.

UPDATE: Weaver’s claims of Site C road damage denied

BC Hydro says sweatlodge, burial ground accommodated

B.C. recreational property market rebounds

Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley residents cash out, head for the hills

Amazon is buying Whole Foods in $13.7B deal

The deal is targeted to close in the second half of the year

Green-NDP government in B.C. could mean $600 tax hike: report

The Fraser Institute attributes most of the potential increase to carbon taxes in a new study

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New Ikea Canada boss says she’s adjusting to homes with basements
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Money Monitor: Home renos on the rise amid soaring house prices
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MONEY MONITOR: Investing vs. paying down a mortgage
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Trudeau says he helped Trump decide not to cancel NAFTA
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Sears Canada ponders sale, says there is ‘significant doubt’ about its future

Despite its recent efforts to turn itself around, the writing has been on the wall for Sears Canada

Tsawwassen’s Big Splash Water Slide Park ready to open

The park will be open for school groups June 12 to 23, then the general public June 24 to Sept. 4.

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Hudson’s Bay announces 2,000 layoffs

Cuts will offset retail sector challenges and save $350 million annually

$1.75 billion spent on Site C so far

BC Hydro details risks of delay with $60 million a month being spent

Woodfibre LNG gets 40-year export licence

Squamish project highlights BC Greens’ opposition

MONEY MONITOR: Investing vs. paying down a mortgage

One financial planning expert says low interest rates give Canadians enough reason to not pay debt

‘We are seeing a lot of retail jobs, but it isn’t all minimum wage’

More than 100 potential employers at the Black Press Career Fair in Langley on May 11

U.S. lumber retaliation ‘irresponsible,’ NDP leader John Horgan says

Christy Clark threatens carbon levy on U.S. thermal coal exports

Christy Clark vows heavy levy on U.S., Alberta, Saskatchewan coal

$70 carbon levy would make thermal coal exports non-viable

UPDATE: Province will buy lumber to protect mills: Clark

20% duties on mills across Canada, United Steelworkers protest 'direct attack' on Canadian softwood industry