B.C. minimum wage increases from $16.75 to $17.40 an hour on June 1

On June 1, 2024, the general minimum wageincreases from $16.75 to $17.40 an hour. The 3.9% increase also applies to minimum-wage rates forresident caretakers, live-in home- support workers and live-in camp leaders. The increase will help approximately 240,000 workers who currently earn less than $17.40 per hour. On Dec. 31, 2024, the minimum piece rates for the hand-harvesting of the 15 crops specified in the Employment...

Sudan Archives and Malkit Singh to Headline Surrey Fusion Festival

Surrey Fusion Festival, presented by Coast Capital, announces SudanArchives and Malkit Singh as headliners for the 17th annual, free festival. Held atHolland Park on Saturday, July 20 and Sunday, July 21, the festival will alsofeature performances by MAUVEY, Jade LeMac and DJ Goddess. Surrey...

Thousands of skilled workers on the edge, as Canada’s immigration programs get harder

The 32-year-old web designer quit her job in Iran and essentially restarted her career...

Canadians are eyeing moves to these cities for more affordable housing

Faced with elevated housing prices, half of Canadians in the country's largest cities are...

B.C. minimum wage increases from $16.75 to $17.40 an hour on June 1

On June 1, 2024, the general minimum wageincreases from $16.75 to $17.40 an hour. The 3.9% increase also applies to minimum-wage rates forresident caretakers, live-in home- support workers and live-in camp leaders. The increase will help approximately 240,000 workers...

Sudan Archives and Malkit Singh to Headline Surrey Fusion Festival

Surrey Fusion Festival, presented by Coast Capital, announces SudanArchives and Malkit Singh as headliners...

Ottawa unveils national pharmacare plan

Health Minister Mark Holland released the long-awaited details of the federal government’s pharmacare plan...

Snow and rain across BC through Wednesday

On Wednesday till midnight, snow can be firmly transferring over to rainfall across the...
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B.C. minimum wage increases from $16.75 to $17.40 an hour on June 1

On June 1, 2024, the general minimum wageincreases from $16.75 to $17.40 an hour. The 3.9% increase also applies to minimum-wage rates forresident caretakers, live-in home- support workers and live-in camp leaders. The increase will help approximately 240,000 workers...

Sudan Archives and Malkit Singh to Headline Surrey Fusion Festival

Surrey Fusion Festival, presented by Coast Capital, announces SudanArchives and Malkit Singh as headliners...

Thousands of skilled workers on the edge, as Canada’s immigration programs get harder

The 32-year-old web designer quit her job in Iran and essentially restarted her career...

Canadians are eyeing moves to these cities for more affordable housing

Faced with elevated housing prices, half of Canadians in the country's largest cities are...

Ottawa unveils national pharmacare plan

Health Minister Mark Holland released the long-awaited details of the federal government’s pharmacare plan...

Snow and rain across BC through Wednesday

On Wednesday till midnight, snow can be firmly transferring over to rainfall across the...

House fire in Fleetwood area claims one life

Saturday morning house fire in Fleetwood claimed one life. Firefighters were called to the 15100-block...

8-year-old chess prodigy makes history as youngest ever to defeat grandmaster

An 8-year-old chess prodigy made history as the youngest player to defeat a chess...

Arshdeep Bains makes NHL history

Arshdeep Bains made his NHL debut and officially became the 4th Punjabi player in...

One person shot in attempted robbery at Guildford area jewelry store

On Sunday, February 18 at 6:23 PM, officers responded to a report of shots...

Officer hit, injured during traffic stop in Delta

BC Highway Patrol RCMP officer was struck by a vehicle while initiating a traffic...

Driver arrested after two youth say they were hit & run by car in Abbotsford

Police in Abbotsford say a driver has been arrested after two youth said...