economic growth

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Where job creation in Canada begins

It’s important to examine how job growth has been spread across this large and diverse country

  • Oct 15, 2020

 

A new 7-Eleven with gas pumps and a car wash on the old Esso lot in downtown Trail is projected to be up and running by next summer. (Sheri Regnier photo)

7-Eleven, gas bar and car wash coming to downtown Trail

The new build on the former Esso lot is expected to be ready to go in July, 2021

 

Tim Grouette is the new LCIC executive director. (Submitted photo)

New leadership hired for Lower Columbia Initiatives Corporation

Economic development organization created in 2010 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the LCCDTS

 

Compared to November 2018, British Columbians have been earning more over the past 12 months, but still earn less than the corresponding figure (Black Press Media File).

Weekly earnings on the rise in B.C., but remain behind the rest of Canada

Non-farm payroll employees in British Columbia earned an average of $1,011 per week in November 2019

Compared to November 2018, British Columbians have been earning more over the past 12 months, but still earn less than the corresponding figure (Black Press Media File).