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Why Vancouver's office market is thriving amid North American struggles

Why Vancouver's office market is thriving amid North American struggles

American tech giants happy to seek talent north of the border
Extended hours for karaoke, nightclubs in Richmond not recommended

Extended hours for karaoke, nightclubs in Richmond not recommended

Owners of Richmond-based businesses told the city they struggle to compete with Vancouver counterparts.
Construction, pedestrian pilot project rattle Gastown businesses

Construction, pedestrian pilot project rattle Gastown businesses

Reduced street access has resulted in up to an estimated 20-50-per-cent decline in sales for some small retail businesses, according to owners and advocates
Vancouver’s tech campuses continue to play a vital post-pandemic market role

Vancouver’s tech campuses continue to play a vital post-pandemic market role

In-person collaboration, amenities attract tech talent to downtown Vancouver offices
Pot activist, retailer Dana Larsen sued for not paying supplier

Pot activist, retailer Dana Larsen sued for not paying supplier

Lawsuit also names Dorita Dempster and the Vancouver Dispensary Society
T&T Supermarket to open in Burnaby's Brentwood

T&T Supermarket to open in Burnaby's Brentwood

T&T's CEO says the new supermarket will allow the business to better serve Burnaby's rapidly growing urban hub.
Joseph Richard group plans to buy back its pubs, restaurants

Joseph Richard group plans to buy back its pubs, restaurants

Sale process stems from the pub operator being in creditor protection
Downtown Vancouver office tower sales establish new benchmark

Downtown Vancouver office tower sales establish new benchmark

Deal signals a new era of international investment
Vancity lists properties as credit union branch closures outpace banks

Vancity lists properties as credit union branch closures outpace banks

Sale-leaseback model promises responsiveness to member needs.
Unique partnership conference highlights path to economic reconciliation

Unique partnership conference highlights path to economic reconciliation

The 2024 Indigenous Partnerships Success Showcase from June 5-6 aims to foster collaboration between Indigenous communities, the business sector, and Canadians at large