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West Point Grey businesses struggle amid continued rent hikes, taxes and uncertainty

West Point Grey businesses struggle amid continued rent hikes, taxes and uncertainty

Vancouver’s smallest commercial district is in big trouble.
Why B.C. winemakers are fired up and fearful over climate change

Why B.C. winemakers are fired up and fearful over climate change

As part of this year’s 42nd annual Vancouver International Wine Festival (VIWF) wine industry insiders from 15 countries will join scientists and others at a symposium on how climate change is affecting wine production.
Coronavirus fears emptying tables at Metro Vancouver Chinese restaurants

Coronavirus fears emptying tables at Metro Vancouver Chinese restaurants

Fears of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak have kept the city’s Chinese-speaking community away from public spaces.
Burnaby’s biggest Asian mall ‘suffering’ due to coronavirus rumours

Burnaby’s biggest Asian mall ‘suffering’ due to coronavirus rumours

City officials are hoping a “goodwill” visit will counter a false coronavirus rumour that is damaging business for merchants.
Attendance dips at Metro Vancouver's tourist attractions

Attendance dips at Metro Vancouver's tourist attractions

Places like the Vancouver Art Gallery and Science World saw drops in 2019.
Here’s why the government is encouraging women to pursue more careers in the skilled trades

Here’s why the government is encouraging women to pursue more careers in the skilled trades

You can learn more about the career and training opportunities available to you at the Electrical Joint Training Committee’s next open house on February 26th in Metro Vancouver.
New hotels in the works could help ease Vancouver room crunch

New hotels in the works could help ease Vancouver room crunch

At last count, Vancouver was about 1,100 rooms short of what we'd had a decade prior.
Vancouver will welcome 19,000+ metric tonnes of chocolate and candy through its port this year

Vancouver will welcome 19,000+ metric tonnes of chocolate and candy through its port this year

The Port of Vancouver, which accommodates 25 million tonnes of imported and exported goods in containers each year, accounts for more than half of Canada’s total annual exports.
Metro Vancouver's Chinese restaurants facing catastrophic downturn as coronavirus fears spread

Metro Vancouver's Chinese restaurants facing catastrophic downturn as coronavirus fears spread

Local Chinese restaurants report capacity has dipped at times to less than 10% since the outbreak in January
Vancouver businesses fear fallout from coronavirus

Vancouver businesses fear fallout from coronavirus

Shopping centres more likely than street-front stores to feel first impact