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Telus selects Vancouver, four other cities, for initial 5G rollout

Telus selects Vancouver, four other cities, for initial 5G rollout

The 5G network access will come at no additional cost to customers on the Telus Peace of Mind plans
Can B.C. nightclubs survive the pandemic?

Can B.C. nightclubs survive the pandemic?

And what would the impact of those closures be on Canadian recording artists and working musicians, for whom nightclubs are both career incubators and a main source of income?
Temporary COVID-19 layoffs to become permanent by law in B.C.

Temporary COVID-19 layoffs to become permanent by law in B.C.

Whether the employees or their employers like it or not
Steve Nash Fitness announces acquisition, re-opening strategy

Steve Nash Fitness announces acquisition, re-opening strategy

The new owners' plan is to re-open clubs as quickly and safely as possible under COVID-19 protocols
Members owed millions as Steve Nash Fitness heads to court

Members owed millions as Steve Nash Fitness heads to court

Members at Steve Nash Fitness, UFC Gym and Crunch Fitness clubs in B.C. are owed millions for prepaid gym memberships and personal training sessions
B.C. to allow restaurants, bars to buy alcohol at wholesale prices

B.C. to allow restaurants, bars to buy alcohol at wholesale prices

The discounted prices for alcohol will be for all hospitality licensees – or restaurants, bars and pubs
Peer-to-peer car share service Turo launches in B.C.

Peer-to-peer car share service Turo launches in B.C.

The company says car owners earn an average of $620 per month renting their vehicles through the platform
These are the brands most trusted by Canadian consumers in 2020

These are the brands most trusted by Canadian consumers in 2020

The sixth annual trust index was based on surveys carried out pre-COVID and from a followup study showing how consumer trust has changed since then
Vancouver businessman becomes first ever to have Order of B.C. revoked

Vancouver businessman becomes first ever to have Order of B.C. revoked

David Sidoo pleaded guilty in March to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, in relation to a U.S. college admissions scandal.
HSBC Canada CEO Sandra Stuart on high finance amid the COVID-19 pandemic (VIDEO)

HSBC Canada CEO Sandra Stuart on high finance amid the COVID-19 pandemic (VIDEO)

Plus what comes next as she prepares to pass the baton to her successor this summer