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Aviation loan write-off hits HSBC Bank Canada profit

Aviation loan write-off hits HSBC Bank Canada profit

Vancouver-based bank achieved highest quarterly operating income in a decade
Local dispensary prides itself on safety, education and community outreach

Local dispensary prides itself on safety, education and community outreach

The Medicinal Cannabis Dispensary provides high-quality cannabis products in the heart of Davie Village
Adidas to open first North American Terrex-branded store in Vancouver

Adidas to open first North American Terrex-branded store in Vancouver

The store will sell outdoor apparel and compete with Arc'Teryx and MEC.
This North Van brand will have your dog looking dapper

This North Van brand will have your dog looking dapper

Dogs in bowties? Take my money.
Squamish company showcases its hydrogen liquefier

Squamish company showcases its hydrogen liquefier

Quantum Technology makes a case for hydrogen power and its role in that future.
BC company launches e-bike-motorcycle crossover

BC company launches e-bike-motorcycle crossover

Squamish-based electric vehicle startup Lyric Cycles soon to demo ‘Graffiti’ in Vancouver.
Retail roars back as consumers return to bricks-and-mortar

Retail roars back as consumers return to bricks-and-mortar

Vacancies fall below 2.5 per cent across Metro Vancouver as spending surges
Options abound for aspiring Vancouver restaurateurs as sector rebounds

Options abound for aspiring Vancouver restaurateurs as sector rebounds

Empty former restaurant space swells; new restaurant concept offers turnkey kitchens
Two zero-waste Vancouver companies join forces for package-free grocery delivery

Two zero-waste Vancouver companies join forces for package-free grocery delivery

From foes to friends
'No life there now': Iconic Chinatown store bids community farewell after 27 years

'No life there now': Iconic Chinatown store bids community farewell after 27 years

Customers used to come here with $50 and leave with a boat load of goodies.