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  • №1.   18.01.2016 12:32

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Attorney General of Canada Plaintiffs Keystone Supplies Co. Canada Ltd. and Keystone Supplies Co. Claim $1,160,251 for chain supplies. Defendant Innovative Civil Constructors Inc. Plaintiff Pacific Waterproofing ...

  • №2.   09.11.2015 01:32

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Haa-ak-suuk Creek Hydro LP and Haa-ak-suuk Creek Hydro Co. Ltd. and Kennedy Power Corp. and Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations Plaintiff Hazelwood Construction Services Inc. Claim $2,934,759 for construction ...

  • №3.   22.11.2015 12:24

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Hally Tractor Services Ltd. and RNA Holdings Ltd. Plaintiff Penske Truck Leasing Canada Inc. Claim $1,638,106 for truck lease, maintenance and purchase payments. Defendant Sheng Feng Wang aka Shengfang ...

  • №4.   19.04.2016 10:00

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Virginia Mary Tan and Patrick Eng Tien Tan and Marcus Soon-Keen Tan and Virginia and Patrick Tan dba Letan Investments Management and Letan 88 Enterprises Inc. and TLD Investments Inc. and 0994439 B.C. ...

  • №5.   08.12.2015 11:40

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Universal LNG Solutions Inc. and Jeffrey Y. Liu Plaintiff Westport Fuel Systems Inc. Claim US$1,094,400 for debt. Defendant Frobisher International Enterprise Ltd. Plaintiff Estuary Seafood Inc. Claim ...

  • №6.   15.03.2016 10:18

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Teliphone Navigata-Westel Communication Inc. Plaintiff Telus Communications Co. Claim $4,151,574 for debt. Defendants SVT Solutions Inc. and Bryan Baxter and Melanie Baxter Plaintiff Coast Capital Savings ...

  • №7.   27.11.2015 00:08

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant The Corporation of the District of Tumbler Ridge Plaintiff Summit Brooke Construction Ltd. Claim $1,275,702 for construction work. Defendants Astor & York Retail BC Ltd. and 2295766 Ontario Inc. and ...

  • №8.   03.12.2015 12:48

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Sunshine Cranberry Farm Ltd. Plaintiff Century 21 Coastal Realty Ltd. Claim $700,000 for a real estate commission fee. Defendants Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co. and AMC Insurance Services (Brunette) Ltd. ...

  • №9.   06.11.2015 01:08

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Galleria Della Pietra Marble & Granite Services Ltd. Plaintiff Marble & Granite Services S.R.L. Claim $322,201 for marble and granite products. Defendants Global Cobalt Corp. and Erin Chutter Plaintiffs ...

  • №10.   05.01.2016 11:32

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Don Shipalesky and Kelaca Investments Ltd. and Peter Ventin and Ventin Pacific Inc. and Greg McMullen and Bolt 9 Inc. and Kieron Dowling and Kieron Dowling Holdings Ltd. Plaintiffs Conor Pacific Inc. ...

  • №11.   19.02.2016 02:00

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Magellan Minerals Ltd. Plaintiff Ausenco Engineering Canada Inc. Claim $363,204 for engineering consulting services. Defendant Quattro Exploration and Production Ltd. Plaintiff Kledo Construction Ltd. ...

  • №12.   14.12.2015 12:24

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Universal LNG Solutions Inc. and Jeffrey Y. Liu Plaintiff Westport Fuel Systems Inc. Claim US$1,094,400 for debt. Defendant Frobisher International Enterprise Ltd. Plaintiff Estuary Seafood Inc. Claim ...

  • №13.   22.02.2016 12:06

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Hillman Yacht Sales Ltd. and Simply Mobile Ltd. and Ronald L. Hillman Plaintiff GE Commercial Distribution Finance Canada Claim $2,441,498 for debt. Defendant CHC Global Operations Canada (2008) ULC Plaintiff ...

  • №14.   10.11.2015 23:34

    The first ever ladies-only “Battle of the Bots” took place in Vancouver last week, providing plenty of laughs, great conversation and friendly competition for nearly 50 women. Sponsored by Plenty of Fish and GeeringUp (a UBC-based nonprofit), we had a Taco bar, robot kits and wine. The event brought out a group of women across a broad range of industries including startups, private equity, ...

  • №15.   01.02.2016 12:06

    These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.  Defendants Russell Burmatoff and Artisan Interior Contracting Ltd. Plaintiff Richard Coglon Claim $829,889 for debt. Defendants GE Oil & Gas Inc. and General Electric Co. and General Electric Canada Inc. ...

  • №16.   05.02.2016 11:18

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Cardero Coal Ltd. Plaintiff Peace River Partnership Claim $2.5 million for coal lease royalties. Defendant  Sunil Sunha Plaintiff Boale, Wood & Company Ltd. as trustee in bankruptcy of Rashida ...

  • №17.   07.12.2015 12:16

    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. Defendants Tyran Transport Ltd. and Horseshoe Valley Ranch Ltd. and Elvern Esau Plaintiff Royal Bank of Canada Claim $3,681,139 for debt. Defendant Afdon Developments Ltd. Plaintiff Robert Freimanis Claim $1,432,682 for debt. ...

  • №18.   21.12.2015 11:24

    These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.   Defendants Su Cheng Chen and Justin’s Natural Foods (Canada) Ltd. Plaintiff Jasper Pi-Yu Chen Claim $900,000 for debt. Defendant Northern Ultimate Framing and Concrete Ltd. Plaintiff Metro-Can Construction ...

  • №19.   30.11.2015 12:32

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Sunshine Cranberry Farm Ltd. Plaintiff Century 21 Coastal Realty Ltd. Claim $700,000 for a real estate commission fee. Defendants Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co. and AMC Insurance Services (Brunette) Ltd. ...

  • №20.   21.06.2016 10:12

    A Kamloops man is suing Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Ltd. and pub operator Commodore Ventures Ltd., claiming he was over-served alcohol by casino staff before he crashed his car and suffered a spinal cord injury that left him a quadriplegic. William James McCreight filed a notice of civil claim in BC Supreme Court on June 8. McCreight alleges that he was “showing obvious signs of impairment” ...

  • №21.   11.02.2016 12:00

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Cardero Coal Ltd. Plaintiff Peace River Partnership Claim $2.5 million for coal lease royalties. Defendant  Sunil Sunha Plaintiff Boale, Wood & Company Ltd. as trustee in bankruptcy of Rashida ...

  • №22.   16.02.2016 01:48

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Magellan Minerals Ltd. Plaintiff Ausenco Engineering Canada Inc. Claim $363,204 for engineering consulting services. Defendant Quattro Exploration and Production Ltd. Plaintiff Kledo Construction Ltd. ...

  • №23.   29.01.2016 11:42

    These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.  Defendants Russell Burmatoff and Artisan Interior Contracting Ltd. Plaintiff Richard Coglon Claim $829,889 for debt. Defendants GE Oil & Gas Inc. and General Electric Co. and General Electric Canada Inc. ...

  • №24.   12.04.2016 10:00

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Terra Energy Corp. and Terra Energy, a partnership and Constar Resources Ltd. and 1289170 Alberta Ltd. Plaintiff Canadian Western Bank Claim $15,893,225 for debt. Defendants L&R Fishing Co. Ltd. and ...

  • №25.   29.03.2016 10:30

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Virginia Mary Tan and Patrick Eng Tien Tan and Marcus Soon-Keen Tan and Letan Investments Management and Letan 88 Enterprises Inc. and TLD Investments Inc. and 0994439 B.C. Ltd. and TJ0700 Holdings Ltd. ...

  • №26.   09.01.2016 13:32

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Multiguide Technologies Inc. Plaintiff Multiguide GMBH Claim 272,778 euros for parking equipment and a shareholder loan. Defendants Oakside Enterprises Ltd. and 0776218 BC. Ltd. and Alan R. Peretz and ...

  • №27.   19.02.2016 11:36

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Hillman Yacht Sales Ltd. and Simply Mobile Ltd. and Ronald L. Hillman Plaintiff GE Commercial Distribution Finance Canada Claim $2,441,498 for debt. Defendant CHC Global Operations Canada (2008) ULC Plaintiff ...

  • №28.   05.04.2016 10:12

    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. Defendant Walter Large Plaintiff 120DB Films Lending LLC Claim US$323,324 for a judgment handed down in California. Defendant Westminster Masonic Holding Co. Ltd. Plaintiff City Mortgage Investment Corp. Claim $305,000 for ...

  • №29.   08.10.2016 05:20

    WASHINGTON – Speaker Paul Ryan says he’s ‘sickened’ by Trump’s lewd comments, calls on him to show respect for women. More to come.

  • №30.   08.01.2016 12:35

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Don Shipalesky and Kelaca Investments Ltd. and Peter Ventin and Ventin Pacific Inc. and Greg McMullen and Bolt 9 Inc. and Kieron Dowling and Kieron Dowling Holdings Ltd. Plaintiffs Conor Pacific Inc. ...

  • №31.   26.02.2016 11:30

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Hoban Equipment Ltd. Plaintiff Canadian Western Bank Claim $678,389 for debt. Defendant Metro Testing Laboratories Ltd. Plaintiff British Columbia Custom Car Association dba Mission Raceway Park Claim ...

  • №32.   16.03.2016 20:32

    Adrian Solgaard likes to travel. In the past six months alone, he’s spent time in Europe, Asia and the United States. “My office is always on my shoulders,” he says. That experience, Solgaard says, led him to develop a more modern backpack. Called the Lifepack, Solgaard’s design has a built-in lock and a solar-enabled battery pack - which can charge phones and doubles as a set ...

  • №33.   20.11.2015 23:24

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant The Corporation of the District of Tumbler Ridge Plaintiff Summit Brooke Construction Ltd. Claim $1,275,702 for construction work. Defendants Astor & York Retail BC Ltd. and 2295766 Ontario Inc. and ...

  • №34.   11.01.2016 12:56

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Don Shipalesky and Kelaca Investments Ltd. and Peter Ventin and Ventin Pacific Inc. and Greg McMullen and Bolt 9 Inc. and Kieron Dowling and Kieron Dowling Holdings Ltd. Plaintiffs Conor Pacific Inc. ...

  • №35.   04.12.2015 11:32

    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. Defendants Tyran Transport Ltd. and Horseshoe Valley Ranch Ltd. and Elvern Esau Plaintiff Royal Bank of Canada Claim $3,681,139 for debt. Defendant Afdon Developments Ltd. Plaintiff Robert Freimanis Claim $1,432,682 for debt. ...

  • №36.   25.01.2016 11:42

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Teck Coal Ltd. and Teck Resources Ltd. Plaintiff CH2M Hill Canada Ltd. Claim $1,234,115 for engineering and construction services. Defendants Noman Porter and Derek Chichak and Bruce William Martiniuk ...

  • №37.   06.11.2015 01:08

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Haa-ak-suuk Creek Hydro LP and Haa-ak-suuk Creek Hydro Co. Ltd. and Kennedy Power Corp. and Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations Plaintiff Hazelwood Construction Services Inc. Claim $2,934,759 for construction ...

  • №38.   01.12.2015 11:00

    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. Defendants Tyran Transport Ltd. and Horseshoe Valley Ranch Ltd. and Elvern Esau Plaintiff Royal Bank of Canada Claim $3,681,139 for debt. Defendant Afdon Developments Ltd. Plaintiff Robert Freimanis Claim $1,432,682 for debt. ...

  • №39.   15.12.2015 11:00

    These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.   Defendants Su Cheng Chen and Justin’s Natural Foods (Canada) Ltd. Plaintiff Jasper Pi-Yu Chen Claim $900,000 for debt. Defendant Northern Ultimate Framing and Concrete Ltd. Plaintiff Metro-Can Construction ...

  • №40.   23.02.2016 11:24

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Hoban Equipment Ltd. Plaintiff Canadian Western Bank Claim $678,389 for debt. Defendant Metro Testing Laboratories Ltd. Plaintiff British Columbia Custom Car Association dba Mission Raceway Park Claim ...

  • №41.   11.01.2016 12:56

    Owners of residential units at the high-end Shangri-La development in downtown Vancouver are suing the building’s developers for what they claim are construction defects and breach of warranty related to fogging and water ingress issues with the tower’s windows. The Owners of Strata Plan BCS 3206 and 0790482 B.C. Ltd. filed two notices of civil claim in BC Supreme Court on December 15, 2015, against ...

  • №42.   19.11.2015 12:08

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Hally Tractor Services Ltd. and RNA Holdings Ltd. Plaintiff Penske Truck Leasing Canada Inc. Claim $1,638,106 for truck lease, maintenance and purchase payments. Defendant Sheng Feng Wang aka Shengfang ...

  • №43.   30.12.2015 12:24

    These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.   Defendants Su Cheng Chen and Justin’s Natural Foods (Canada) Ltd. Plaintiff Jasper Pi-Yu Chen Claim $900,000 for debt. Defendant Northern Ultimate Framing and Concrete Ltd. Plaintiff Metro-Can Construction ...

  • №44.   18.12.2015 11:16

    These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.   Defendants Su Cheng Chen and Justin’s Natural Foods (Canada) Ltd. Plaintiff Jasper Pi-Yu Chen Claim $900,000 for debt. Defendant Northern Ultimate Framing and Concrete Ltd. Plaintiff Metro-Can Construction ...

  • №45.   17.11.2015 23:08

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant The Corporation of the District of Tumbler Ridge Plaintiff Summit Brooke Construction Ltd. Claim $1,275,702 for construction work. Defendants Astor & York Retail BC Ltd. and 2295766 Ontario Inc. and ...

  • №46.   12.11.2015 02:16

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Galleria Della Pietra Marble & Granite Services Ltd. Plaintiff Marble & Granite Services S.R.L. Claim $322,201 for marble and granite products. Defendants Global Cobalt Corp. and Erin Chutter Plaintiffs ...

  • №47.   06.04.2016 18:18

    The president of the board for the BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support (BCCEAS) says board member at large Paula Psyllakis has stepped down voluntarily after the organization learned that Psyllakis was indicted for conspiracy to commit securities fraud in New York in July 2015. Ken Kramer, a lawyer and president of the BCCEAS board, confirmed to Business in Vancouver that Psyllakis tendered her ...

  • №48.   08.02.2016 11:54

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Cardero Coal Ltd. Plaintiff Peace River Partnership Claim $2.5 million for coal lease royalties. Defendant  Sunil Sunha Plaintiff Boale, Wood & Company Ltd. as trustee in bankruptcy of Rashida ...

  • №49.   22.01.2016 11:24

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Teck Coal Ltd. and Teck Resources Ltd. Plaintiff CH2M Hill Canada Ltd. Claim $1,234,115 for engineering and construction services. Defendants Noman Porter and Derek Chichak and Bruce William Martiniuk ...

  • №50.   30.09.2016 21:48

    VANCOUVER — The body of a missing 30-year-old Japanese woman has been found on the grounds of an empty heritage mansion in Vancouver's West End. Vancouver Police Acting Sgt. Brian Montague confirms the body is that of Natsumi Kogawa, who was last seen Sept. 7, in Burnaby. (Photo: Vancouver Police Dept.) Montague also says 48-year-old William Schneider was arrested in Vernon, B.C., about 12 hours ...

  • №51.   28.12.2015 12:08

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Multiguide Technologies Inc. Plaintiff Multiguide GMBH Claim 272,778 euros for parking equipment and a shareholder loan. Defendants Oakside Enterprises Ltd. and 0776218 BC. Ltd. and Alan R. Peretz and ...

  • №52.   04.02.2016 00:00

    A student at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) has been charged after allegedly videotaping people in a campus washroom last year. Chieh-Sen Yang is accused of using a mirror and a cellphone to secretly film people, mostly men, at the institution's main Burnaby campus, reported CBC News. He's been charged with secretly observing or recording nudity in a private place. In a ...

  • №53.   15.03.2016 10:18

    Goldenkey Oil Inc. is suing its former CEO, Shougen Song, claiming the former company director was involved in a conspiracy to defraud the Calgary-based firm of millions of dollars through 15 shell companies. Goldenkey filed a notice of civil claim in BC Supreme Court on March 3 against Shougen Song, Xiaoyu Gu, Heiju Song, Song International Holdings Inc., Indepth Energy Inc. and Indepth Investments ...

  • №54.   13.07.2016 19:30

    If you were one of the many Canadians who grew up watching the beloved CBC children's show "Mr. Dressup," you might wonder from time to time: why did Casey and Finnegan suddenly leave? The long-running show starred Mr. Dressup, as well as the mild-mannered host's beloved friends, a straw-haired genderless child named Casey and their silent gray dog Finnegan. Together, they went on ...

  • №55.   05.12.2016 11:24

    When Domenico Iannidinardo entered the coastal forest industry fresh out of university in 1996, it was just three years after the War in the Woods had ended. That campaign to save the old-growth forests of Clayoquot Sound from clear cutting fundamentally changed the way the coastal forest industry would operate. Iannidinardo admits the temptation was strong to take a job in the booming oil and gas ...

  • №56.   06.11.2015 02:26

    The CIX Top 20 CEO Series highlights the chief executive officers of Canada's most innovative companies. You can register for CIX 2015 here. Today we sat down with Bryan Smith, CEO of ThinkData Works. What impact does being on the CIX Top 20 have on your business? Being part of the CIX Top 20 is really an honour, and I think a lot of people within the startup community see it as a big accomplishment. ...

  • №57.   03.01.2016 12:48

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Multiguide Technologies Inc. Plaintiff Multiguide GMBH Claim 272,778 euros for parking equipment and a shareholder loan. Defendants Oakside Enterprises Ltd. and 0776218 BC. Ltd. and Alan R. Peretz and ...

  • №58.   02.01.2016 12:32

    These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.   Defendants Su Cheng Chen and Justin’s Natural Foods (Canada) Ltd. Plaintiff Jasper Pi-Yu Chen Claim $900,000 for debt. Defendant Northern Ultimate Framing and Concrete Ltd. Plaintiff Metro-Can Construction ...

  • №59.   27.11.2015 12:16

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendant Sunshine Cranberry Farm Ltd. Plaintiff Century 21 Coastal Realty Ltd. Claim $700,000 for a real estate commission fee. Defendants Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co. and AMC Insurance Services (Brunette) Ltd. ...

  • №60.   06.11.2015 01:08

    Ridley Terminals Inc. is suing Sandvik Canada Inc., claiming Sandvik provided a cost estimate for an upgrade project and later hiked the price by 82% and threatened to stop work if Ridley didn’t agree to the increased costs. Ridley Terminals filed a notice of civil claim in BC Supreme Court on October 21. It claims Sandvik, doing business as Sandvik Mining and Construction Canada, provided a cost estimate ...

  • №61.   01.12.2015 18:50

    Shoppers dropped billions on Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales this year. Giving Tuesday is aimed at being counterpoint the spending.

  • №62.   15.12.2015 01:08

    James Iranzad, founder and president of Gooseneck Hospitality, operates three critically acclaimed restaurants with his business partner, Josh Pape. Gooseneck comprises Wildebeest, Bufala and Supermarine, a burgeoning trio of restaurants that has more than 90 employees and boasts revenues of $57 million. In an already uber-competitive industry, Iranzad has managed to carve out a strong share of a market ...

  • №63.   10.11.2015 02:18

    World faiths unite to save Planet Earth from looming caatastrophe - and lights the sacred fire of hope.read more

  • №64.   10.11.2015 21:56

    The end of the year is near and for YouTuber Daniel Kim, this means taking us back to relive all of 2015's best music. Pop Danthology is Vancouver-based Kim's ultimate dance music video of the year's best songs. Kim has been creating these gems since 2010 and it just happens to be one of our favourite mash-ups. This year, Kim has put together a two-part music video (seriously, it was an ...

  • №65.   19.11.2015 02:26

    NEW YORK, N.Y. – Thirty-five years ago this Saturday, viewers learned the truth. They got the answer to the question that bedeviled them for months. They found out who shot J.R. Ewing as 90 million of them massed in front of half the nation’s

  • №66.   21.11.2015 01:50

    PARIS – Riding the Paris Metro to the city’s Grand Mosque for prayers, Samia Mahfoudia says people shoot sideways looks at her “almost as if they were saying ‘Get off.'” Ahmed El Mziouzi, a Moroccan who has called France

  • №67.   17.03.2016 01:50

    MONTREAL – Canada’s air transportation industry is expected to earn healthy profits over the next five years despite a continuing decrease in airfares, according to a new report from the Conference Board of Canada. The agency anticipates airli

  • №68.   08.11.2015 21:10

    Airport security inspectors from Russia are heading to Egypt to examine conditions at terminals in the country where an airliner crashed last weekend. All 224 people aboard were killed.

  • №69.   16.11.2015 00:02

    A Chilean mother and her daughter, cut down in a concert hall while the daughter’s 5-year-old son survived. A young Italian woman, separated from her boyfriend and friends when the concert erupted in chaos. They were among the latest victims named a

  • №70.   17.11.2015 02:50

    Premier Christy Clark signed the inside of a giant LNG plant under construction to ink not just her name, but also progress on the province’s beleaguered liquefied natural gas push in B.C., hard hit...read more

  • №71.   10.11.2015 20:50

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – Spike Lee gets so excited when talking about movies, he can barely sit down. Reflecting on his career as he prepares to accept an honorary Oscar, the 58-year-old suddenly stands up and bounds around as he considers various id

  • №72.   19.11.2015 11:40

    Rob Saunders points a flashlight into the depths of an immense plastic tank at his hatchery, illuminating millions of scallop larvae as tiny as dust particles. "Think of these as canaries in a coal mine," says the marine biologist turned embattled shellfish farming CEO. It is here at Island Scallops' facility in Qualicum Beach, located just inland from British Columbia’s shellfish farming ...

  • №73.   06.11.2015 01:18

    NEW YORK, N.Y. – One day after an emergency appendectomy, Trevor Noah was expected back at his “Daily Show” anchor desk, taping a new episode set to air Thursday night. Comedy Central said Thursday that the “Daily Show” host

  • №74.   09.11.2015 01:32

    At 19, Michael Doyle was slammed into a goalpost while playing with the Victoria Cougars. It was a time when goalposts were fixed in the ice. The resulting injuries were serious and cut short the career of the up-and-coming goalie. Today, Doyle, 48, has found his way into two major hockey franchises, albeit on a different side of the glass. He has parlayed his love of hockey, along with a passion for ...

  • №75.   16.01.2017 00:56

    WASHINGTON – The hair was the giveaway. The man in the black coat, white shirt and red tie who raised his right hand as if to take the oath of the nation’s highest office on Sunday sported a military trim. And that was just one way to tell tha

  • №76.   27.01.2016 01:02

    FRANKFURT – Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, has a tricky six weeks ahead of him. The head of the top monetary authority for the 19-country eurozone helped stem a global stock market slide last week by indicating the ECB could p

  • №77.   06.11.2015 22:26

    The Obama administration has rejected TransCanada’s application to build the Keystone XL pipeline that would connect Canada’s oilsands to Gulf Coast refineries. Here are some key dates in the history of the pipeline proposal: July 2008: TransC

  • №78.   21.11.2015 01:40

    Reporter Jen St. Denis on the news that caught her eye this week. Image: Syrian refugees fleeing war - and a terrible economic system | Ververidis Vasilis/Shutterstock It’s been another week dominated by news about Syrian refugees and the reaction to the Paris attacks. Several news outlets have explored just how ISIS, the most well-funded terrorist organization in the world, gets its money. This ...

  • №79.   09.11.2015 01:48

    More than 30 years ago, First Nations leader Bill Wilson told a prime minister named Trudeau about the dreams of his young kids. "I have two children in Vancouver Island, both of whom for some misguided reason, say they want to be a lawyer," Wilson said. "Both of whom want to be the prime minister. Both of whom, Mr. Prime Minister, are women." "Tell them I'll stick around ...

  • №80.   09.11.2015 01:32

    Overspending by municipal governments across the country have cost each household around thousands of dollars over the past decade, said the Canadian Federation of Independent Business in a new report. The total amount overspent by municipal governments between 2003 and 2013 was $68 billion, the study found. “When you look closely, it’s easy to see that employee compensation is the root of the municipal ...

  • №81.   06.11.2015 01:08

    It wasn’t a complete surprise for Ballard Power Systems (TSX:BLD) executives that Belgium’s Princess Astrid would visit the company’s Burnaby headquarters on an October trade mission. The fuel cell manufacturer has spent nearly a decade supplying Belgian coachbuilder Van Hool NV with components for clean-energy buses. Van Hool has been the Canadian company’s “linchpin” partner for deploying fuel cell ...

  • №82.   19.01.2016 11:08

    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 tested or proven in court. Defendants Teck Coal Ltd. and Teck Resources Ltd. Plaintiff CH2M Hill Canada Ltd. Claim $1,234,115 for engineering and construction services. Defendants Noman Porter and Derek Chichak and Bruce William Martiniuk ...

  • №83.   08.11.2015 05:10

    NEW YORK, N.Y. – Amid high anticipation and sharp criticism, Donald Trump is set to step onstage in Studio 8H to host “Saturday Night Live.” Despite a 40-year history of lampooning politicians while inviting some to mock themselves as on

  • №84.   17.12.2015 18:48

    Menswear seller Indochino has appointed former Shop.ca CEO Drew Green as CEO and intends to rapidly expand its number of storefronts in the next few years. The news comes on the heels of what the company says is its best-ever year for sales and a 40% year-over-year revenue rise. It also comes after significant rotation on the company's corporate board. Indochino, which started as an online suit-seller, ...

  • №85.   09.11.2015 21:00

    Canada’s export development agency has a very bullish prediction for exports in 2016, and it’s based on a theory that plunging commodity prices — combined with the effect of quantitative easing — actually signify the return of world demand. Export Development Canada is predicting 7% growth in exports in 2016, following 2015’s dismal 1% decline, largely caused by plunging oil prices. Much of the ...

  • №86.   08.11.2015 18:48

    CALGARY – A wartime art project that was inspired by Group of Seven artist A.Y. Jackson and was meant to bolster the morale of Canadian troops in the Second World War is on display at The Military Museums in Calgary. The silkscreens, featuring vario

  • №87.   06.11.2015 00:42

    Shopify is inviting all of its partners to join in for a game of bowling. A fun evening of "food, drinks, bowling, and all things Shopify" The Ballroom on John Street in Toronto will see anyone who is—or could become—a Shopify Partner o connect with each other to share stories, ask for advice and discuss projects. Designers, developers, freelancers, agencies are all welcome, Shopify ...

  • №88.   06.11.2015 00:42

    Budweiser Goal Lab’s latest hockey innovation, the BUD-e Fridge, makes game time with your buds even better. The King of Beers has built a smart fridge that connects to your smartphone. You can get push notified when a beer is removed or added to the fridge (great to catch your roommate in the act of stealing your beer!), when your beers achieve optimal temperature (minus three degrees Celsius, ...

  • №89.   07.11.2015 02:26

    The CIX Top 20 CEO Series highlights the chief executive officers of Canada's most innovative companies. You can register for CIX 2015 here. Today we sat down with Caitlin MacGregor, CEO of Plum.io. What impact does being on the CIX Top 20 have on your business? The impact is huge. Internally we’re all excited and proud of making this prestigious list of innovators. It helps validate what ...

  • №90.   15.11.2015 02:56

    Revenue is up, profit is up, but Telus’ (TSX:T) workforce is shrinking. The telecom giant is cutting 1,500 full-time jobs as it aims to save $125 million in the fourth quarter, according to financial results released Thursday (November 5). The Vancouver-based company did not specify what jobs would be cut but CEO Darren Entwistle said a “notable number” would be through early retirements and voluntary ...

  • №91.   06.11.2015 00:58

    B.C. Premier Christy Clark, take note: misreading the public’s antipathy for trophy hunting could position you for a major and unexpected political hit. This issue, flaring in the form of the...read more

  • №92.   14.11.2015 18:50

    A statement from ISIS is now circulating online taking responsibility for the deadliest attacks in France since the Second World War. French President Francois Hollande calls the attacks an "act of war."

  • №93.   22.11.2015 05:34

    After spending 15 minutes with Garrett Borns of breakout “psych-glam” act (a description I half-stole from the man, himself) by the same name BØRNS, my acidic personality is completely neutralized by...read more

  • №94.   15.04.2016 19:54

    Creative BC's comprehensive list of films and TV shows either shooting or preparing to shoot in B.C. as of April 12. GLOSSARY ALM = assistant location manager, LM = location manager, PC = production co-ordinator, PM = production manager New Additions Feature Film INCURSION Local Production Company: Incursion Productions Ltd. Director: Jason Bourque Exec. Producer(s): Ken Frith PM: Amanda Verhagen ...

  • №95.   19.11.2015 01:00

    VANCOUVER — At least three investigations are underway in the case of an investment dealer and former Canadian Olympic rower who is missing from Victoria. Investia Financial Services Inc. has launched a probe into the activities of Harold Backer, who is also the subject of two missing-persons investigations — in his hometown and in Washington state. The Victoria Police Department has said Backer, 52, ...

  • №96.   20.11.2015 22:50

    NEW YORK, N.Y. – Samsung makes history of a sort Friday by launching the first major consumer-oriented virtual-reality headset. (It comes with an asterisk; prototypes and other not-quite-mass-market versions have been available for a while.) And its

  • №97.   02.01.2016 00:00

    Canadians across the country are participating in a frosty New Year's Day tradition — the polar bear dip. Ten people braved freezing temperatures to leap off a snow-covered wharf into the frigid Atlantic in Portugal Cove, N.L. Revellers splash in Lake Erie during the New Year's Day Polar Bear Dip in Port Dover, Ont., Friday, Jan. 1, 2016. (Dave Chidley/CP) In Nova Scotia, more than 130 people ...

  • №98.   09.11.2015 01:32

    At the October Jurock Real Estate Outlook Conference in Vancouver, Janet LePage of Western Wealth Capital told a packed house of Canadian investors that they could make more money in the U.S. than they can at home. Hard to believe at a conference surrounded by Canada’s most expensive and fast-moving housing market, where the loonie is about the only investment heading south. But LePage put up convincing ...

  • №99.   19.11.2015 04:40

    It’s Canada Day, 2017. Across the nation, people are celebrating the country’s 150th birthday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau darts between events in different provinces and arrives in B.C. in time to cut a ribbon to officially open the country’s newest ski resort: one that includes a lift up Mount Pierre Elliott Trudeau, the mountain named after Trudeau’s father. If executives at developer Valemount ...

  • №100.   19.11.2015 10:08

    "But the stranger that dwelleth with you shall be unto you as one born among you, and thou shalt love him as thyself." So says the Old Testament. And so go Vancouver's five synagogues, as they sponsor families fleeing the war in Syria. The Temple Sholom synagogue in Vancouver is planning to sponsor Syrian refugees. (Photo: Facebook) The congregation at Temple Sholom in the city's ...