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Vancouver city councillor’s fate now in judge’s hands

Vancouver city councillor’s fate now in judge’s hands

Green Party Coun. Michael Wiebe was in court over conflict-of-interest allegations related to the city’s temporary patio program
2021 is year of labour unrest at Metro Vancouver hotels

2021 is year of labour unrest at Metro Vancouver hotels

Large unions say they may pull $2 million in annual business from Hilton Vancouver Metrotown
B.C. menswear retailer Boys'Co. to permanently close

B.C. menswear retailer Boys'Co. to permanently close

David Goldman, 71, became a partner in his father's business in 1973, and at one point had 14 stores in five brands. 
Oil and gas exports could make Canada's emission targets impossible, report shows

Oil and gas exports could make Canada's emission targets impossible, report shows

A new report on Canada's oil and gas sector calls on the government to kill the Trans Mountain expansion and new LNG projects if the country has a hope of meeting the federal target of net-zero emissions by 2050.
Vancouver councillor’s conflict case expected to conclude Thursday

Vancouver councillor’s conflict case expected to conclude Thursday

Michael Wiebe in court over votes on city’s temporary patio program
Nine Hastings Street properties to watch for redevelopment

Nine Hastings Street properties to watch for redevelopment

Former Only Café, First United Church and derelict single-room-occupancy hotels to be redeveloped along Hastings strip
Investigation: Who owns Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside?

Investigation: Who owns Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside?

B.C. Housing and City of Vancouver own 25 properties over five blocks of Hastings Street, with major redevelopment plans to transform the notorious strip. But is more social housing the answer?
How this Vancouver grocery store and café pivoted to pandemic life (VIDEO)

How this Vancouver grocery store and café pivoted to pandemic life (VIDEO)

Nestled in the heart of Mount Pleasant.
Furniture prices expected to jump as tariff of up to 295.9% imposed on some products

Furniture prices expected to jump as tariff of up to 295.9% imposed on some products

Love Dodd, owner of Victoria-based Dodd’s Furniture, said there may well be good reason for the tariffs, but to enforce them without warning and at such high levels will sting both companies and consumers.
How this iconic Vancouver Chinatown store adapted to the pandemic (VIDEO)

How this iconic Vancouver Chinatown store adapted to the pandemic (VIDEO)

A pivot to plants.🌱