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Vancouver mayor reflects on halfway mark in 4-year term

Vancouver mayor reflects on halfway mark in 4-year term

Kennedy Stewart: ‘People are wondering about the direction of council’
Amazon places an order for another 3,000 Vancouver tech workers

Amazon places an order for another 3,000 Vancouver tech workers

The redevelopment of the old Canada Post building - Amazon's new Vancouver home - is expected to be completed by 2023.
ICE says Hootsuite hasn’t formally dropped controversial contract

ICE says Hootsuite hasn’t formally dropped controversial contract

A spokesperson for ICE provided comment
Hootsuite backs out of U.S. ICE partnership amid employee uproar

Hootsuite backs out of U.S. ICE partnership amid employee uproar

"We made the decision to proceed with signing a contract with ICE," admitted the new CEO of the Vancouver-based tech darling.
Cosmetics giant Lush seeks court permission to dissolve Canadian arm

Cosmetics giant Lush seeks court permission to dissolve Canadian arm

The end could be near for Vancouver-based Lush Canada – a profitable venture with declining but substantial sales.
Co-operative members raise $76,000 for legal fees in battle to 'Save MEC'

Co-operative members raise $76,000 for legal fees in battle to 'Save MEC'

A group of fiercely loyal members is on a mission to keep the co-op out of the hands of an American private equity firm
Vancouver's Science World seeks provincial support to stay open

Vancouver's Science World seeks provincial support to stay open

"We can't continue to operate at a loss on a monthly basis. It's just, that’s not sustainable.”
Members start petition to stop sale of Mountain Equipment Co-op

Members start petition to stop sale of Mountain Equipment Co-op

The sale was approved "without the permission of the MEC membership, or any kind of meaningful consultation," says the petition.
‘Are we the next one?’: Tri-City pub contemplates future amid tightening COVID-19 restrictions

‘Are we the next one?’: Tri-City pub contemplates future amid tightening COVID-19 restrictions

“They basically just killed another 30% of our business,” said a pub operator, pointing to the new restrictions on serving alcohol past 10 p.m.
Vancouver restaurant owners want winter-patio dining option

Vancouver restaurant owners want winter-patio dining option

The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to change how Vancouverites dine this winter, much as it disrupted consumption patterns this summer.