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They’ve handed out burgers, sandwiches, wraps and tacos — and now one of the city’s food trucks will be handing out diplomas.

Camosun College has added a food truck to the curriculum of its culinary arts program and this spring will be slinging hash, grilling cheese and flipping students a side of life experience on their way to working in kitchens around the region.

February 24, 2018 by admin

B.C.’s lowest-paid workers will get a $1.30-an-hour raise June 1 on the way to earning at least $15.20 in 2021, Premier John Horgan announced on Thursday.

The NDP government’s plan to increase the minimum wage by 34 per cent in less than four years drew a mixed response from businesses, analysts and anti-poverty advocates.

Richard Truscott of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business said small businesses will feel the pinch.

February 8, 2018 by admin

Greater Victoria’s tourism industry was firing on all cylinders last year and early indications suggest it should continue flying through 2018, according to numbers released this week by Chemistry Consulting.

All indicators, except hotel occupancy were up in 2017, Chemistry said in a review of the tourism year.

“I think we are likely to see similar numbers through 2018. In fact, there’s reason to believe we might see some upward growth in occupancy and room rate this year,” said Chemistry principal Frank Bourree.

February 1, 2018 by admin


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