The companies are challenging old methods of doing business, and they're out to "disrupt'' everything from travel to agriculture to financial services.
"It's just another barrier that's being thrown up for people who already are known to have difficulties getting around physically."
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He lost $500,000 in interest, though.
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"It's hard not to take this personally."
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Eighteen women, many of them aboriginal, have been murdered or disappeared in the area since the 1970s.
Vancouver's city planners could learn a thing or two from Europe.
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For example, a house in East Vancouver was assessed for under $1 million last year, and is now assessed at nearly $1.3 million.
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The cash is meant to fuel startup companies as the province launches a strategy aimed at creating jobs.
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Most people probably don't ever think about local industrial land. It's often tucked away in corners of communities -- out of sight, out of mind. But the fact is our industrial land supply -- or lack thereof -- is critical to the future of every person, family and community in B.C.
Two unions have banded together to advocate for the sale of recreational weed.
In 2011, Stewart, B.C. had a population of just under 500 people.
Mounties had search warrants for three different dispensaries.