The Canadian organic market is now valued at $3.7 billion per year in sales. But what makes a product truly “organic
Does your small business import or export food? If so, your business will likely be affected by upcoming regulatory changes that will be implemented under the Safe Food for Canadians Act in 2015.
Do you operate a business in multiple locations in the Greater Vancouver area? Then you may be eligible to upgrade to an Inter-municipal Business Licence as of October 1, 2013.
You may think your business is too small to be impacted by changes to WorkSafeBC’s policies regarding bullying and harassment in the workplace, but businesses of all sizes need to make sure they have the right tools in place to protect their people and their reputations.
Are you an entrepreneur interested in incorporating a company under BC’s newest business structure? Learn more about how to register and incorporate a new CCC, or convert your existing company or non-profit into one.
Do you know what regulations govern your small business’ industry? Your business is your livelihood and you want to make sure you play by the rules in order to legally protect yourself and your employees.
The new “Community Contribution Company” model in BC offers entrepreneurs the best of both worlds: an opportunity to grow a business with a social purpose and also provide an attractive opportunity for investors.
BC’s liquor laws will undergo significant changes in March 2013. Find out how these changes will impact craft breweries, distilleries, and wineries, as well as liquor retailers and the food and beverage industry.
Many business owners find it a struggle to find the right business name. The pressure, after all, is immense. Choose the right name and you will become memorable. Choose the wrong name and you are doomed for obscurity.