January/February 2022 – The Most Resilient Cities

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The MOST Resilient Cities $ 5 . 9 5 HOT SPOT Restaurateur Castro Boateng of Langford, our repeat No. 1 city In our eighth annual ranking of the province's best communities for work, we again seek the perfect recipe for economic success p. 30 EXCLUSIVE SURVEY! 50 CITIES R ANKED J A N U A R Y / F E B R U A R Y 2 0 2 2 2022 BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC OUTLOOK RE A L E S TAT E Will the boomers crash the housing market? p.19 The many lives of MICH A EL AUDA IN p.25 P E A K F ORM Local clothing and gear for the slopes p.68 Inflation, supply chains and all that good stuff p.46

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