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Threat of second wave of COVID-19 elsewhere is major risk for B.C.

Threat of second wave of COVID-19 elsewhere is major risk for B.C.

While B.C. has been successful in slowing the transmission of the coronavirus within its borders, the province remains vulnerable to the health and economic challenges experienced by the U.S.
B.C. adds 118,100 jobs in June

B.C. adds 118,100 jobs in June

New data released by Statistics Canada reveals the province’s unemployment rate now stands at an even 13%
Matchstick coffee owners breaking ties with business following allegations of workplace abuse

Matchstick coffee owners breaking ties with business following allegations of workplace abuse

"It is clear that my actions have caused pain and grief in the lives of Matchstick employees," said the now former head of the company
Canada's restaurant industry could take a year to recover from COVID-19

Canada's restaurant industry could take a year to recover from COVID-19

“Downtown Victoria and downtown Vancouver are just disasters,” said the head of the B.C. Restaurant and Foodservices Association
These are B.C.'s most loved brands of 2020

These are B.C.'s most loved brands of 2020

How do our B.C. brands rank this year?
Three big Vancouver brands boycott advertising on Facebook over hate-speech concerns

Three big Vancouver brands boycott advertising on Facebook over hate-speech concerns

The Stop Hate for Profit campaign is calling on businesses across the globe to suspend advertising with Facebook and Instagram
Workplace diversity gap stubbornly persistent in B.C.

Workplace diversity gap stubbornly persistent in B.C.

Will the current wave of calls for social justice improve the treatment of employees from various racial, cultural, gender and religious backgrounds in B.C.?
8 awesome Vancouver candle companies worth shedding some light on

8 awesome Vancouver candle companies worth shedding some light on

Shining a light on some local small candle brands from in and around Vancouver
Steve Nash Fitness World rebrands, drops the Steve Nash name

Steve Nash Fitness World rebrands, drops the Steve Nash name

B.C.'s iconic gym chain Steve Nash Fitness World plans to rebrand, drop the name of former National Basketball Association (NBA) star Steve Nash and open gyms by early July.
Don’t expect the pre-COVID norm when sporting event box offices reopen, experts say

Don’t expect the pre-COVID norm when sporting event box offices reopen, experts say

“The real question to ask in this pandemic era is, do fans feel comfortable enough, even with capped attendance, to go to sporting events?”