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British Columbia: Island and Morgan Freeman

british columbia: Wages grew by 3.6 per cent over the past year third in the country behind only British Columbia and Ontario, according to Vancouver Courier. The island is aiming for its fifth straight year of record tourism Chris Palmer, minister of economic development, said the Island has seen a fundamental change in attitude. An expected steady rhythm of hammers and saws is just one indicator of an economic boom.article continues below Trending Stories Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have 'Titanic' B.C. Ferries moment Taleeb Noormohamed officially enters Vision Vancouver leadership race Employee among suspects arrested after 100,000 in booze stolen from liquor distribution branch Soon, Morgan Freeman will be commuting with you on Translink Retail sales on the Island were up 7.4 per cent last year, and employment grew by three per cent and continues to grow at that pace. We've got tremendous skill sets of folks who are here. They're creating new employment. We are inviting people with new skill sets to come to P.E.I. They're coming here and thriving. ( As reported in the news.