December 2019 - January 2020 Best Cities for Work in B.C.

With a mission to inform, empower, celebrate and advocate for British Columbia's current and aspiring business leaders, BCBusiness go behind the headlines and bring readers face to face with the key issues and people driving business in B.C.

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6 BCBUSINESS DECEMBER/JANUARY 2020 The Informer 13 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS For B.C. entrepreneurs and professionals, Donald Trump's America First directive could mean lasting trouble at the border 14 GO FIGURE It's that time of year again. Why getting and being sick at work are nothing to sneeze at, for employees and employers 15 PROPERTY WATCH With the B.C. housing market finding its legs again, will 2020 deliver more stability? If only it were that simple 17 POT SHOTS Cannabis fanciers (you know who you are): we come bearing seasonal gifts, from a smellproof backpack to a slick infuser 19 YOUNG GUNS Already running a PR firm with a global clientele, Alexa Suter aims to break into the clothing business, too ( contents ) OUT OF THE BOX A prefab house by Pacific Homes Give the gift that keeps on giving SimplyBeautifulBox.com Subscribe to the Simply Beautiful Box and she'll receive $150+ worth of curated beauty and decor products delivered to her door each season BCB-1/3sq-AD_BCL Editor'sBox.indd 1 3/4/19 10:41 AM

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