VANCOUVER — Greyhound Canada will eliminate or reduce routes in northern British Columbia, the Interior and Vancouver Island amid financial losses and a steep drop in passengers. Local governments and the province’s transportation minister say the company is gutting an essential service. The Passenger Transportation Board approved Greyhound’s application toRead More →

LONDON — A closely monitored economic survey of the 19-country eurozone has found business activity cooling slightly in February but still remaining near decade highs. Financial information firm IHS Markit says Wednesday that its main gauge of business activity across manufacturing and services — the so-called purchasing managers’ index —Read More →

VICTORIA — British Columbia’s New Democrats are promising initiatives in Tuesday’s budget to increase the supply of affordable homes for families, students and seniors, while also bringing in measures to dampen speculation in the real estate market. Finance Minister Carole James says her budget will take a multi-pronged approach toRead More →

Taxe returns surge over Presidents Day weekend, with the IRS saying it receives more phone calls on the day after Presidents Day than on any other day of the year. That can mean long waits for filers trying to get through on the phone. So where should you turn ifRead More →