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Transport pricing for Vancouver not envisioned until 2025

Transport pricing for Vancouver not envisioned until 2025

Residents, business operators to be consulted before implementation
Two Canadian chain restaurants call it quits at neighbouring Metro Vancouver locations

Two Canadian chain restaurants call it quits at neighbouring Metro Vancouver locations

Say so long to two chain restaurants with dwindling - or extinguished - presences here in Metro Vancouver.
T. Kettle: New tea chain taking over 45 ex-David's Tea stores, including two in B.C.

T. Kettle: New tea chain taking over 45 ex-David's Tea stores, including two in B.C.

Something is brewing in Canada's tea retail sector...
Vancouver fireworks sellers set for final sales boom

Vancouver fireworks sellers set for final sales boom

As of Nov. 1, 2020, fireworks are banned in the city of Vancouver. Will this Halloween end the tradition with a bang, or will the ban backfire?
Halloween a 'scary time' for Vancouver bars amid restrictions

Halloween a 'scary time' for Vancouver bars amid restrictions

New COVID-19 restrictions in effect during service industry’s second-busiest night of the year
Vancouver’s climate emergency plan to cost $500 million

Vancouver’s climate emergency plan to cost $500 million

Plan could make driving, parking more expensive, and includes a proposal for mobility or 'transport' pricing for drivers in the city's downtown core
Clothing retailer Le Chateau plans to close all its locations

Clothing retailer Le Chateau plans to close all its locations

After 60 years in operation, Le Chateau Inc. is seeking court protection from creditors to allow it to liquidate its assets and close its stores.
41% of B.C. workers ready to leave jobs amid pandemic: survey

41% of B.C. workers ready to leave jobs amid pandemic: survey

While employees are ready to turn in their time cards for good, a majority of B.C. employers have a more positive outlook.
Hootsuite workers who spoke out over ICE deal say they’re no longer employed

Hootsuite workers who spoke out over ICE deal say they’re no longer employed

At least two Hootsuite Inc. workers who spoke out publicly against a contract with ICE say they are no longer employed at the Vancouver-based tech company.
BC Supreme Court approves MEC's sale to Kingswood Capital

BC Supreme Court approves MEC's sale to Kingswood Capital

The decision comes after weeks of dissent from many of MEC’s over 5 million members.