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Air Canada suspends flights to U.S. after extension of border closure

Air Canada suspends flights to U.S. after extension of border closure

The country's largest airline says scheduled service south of the border will be suspended from April 27 through May 21
Nearly half of B.C. businesses may not or will not re-open

Nearly half of B.C. businesses may not or will not re-open

Some 38% of nearly 1,300 B.C. businesses surveyed are uncertain about future operations, while 8% will not re-open
As it loses $1 million a day, BC Ferries has few options

As it loses $1 million a day, BC Ferries has few options

The financial picture now for BC Ferries is “unbelievable," says their CEO
B.C. tourism task force asks governments for more help

B.C. tourism task force asks governments for more help

"The suspension of the summer cruise ship season, the cancellation of hundreds of signature festivals and events, and loss or postponement of large-scale meetings and global conferences [...] have all spelled a months-long disaster"
Steve Nash Fitness World seeks creditor protection owing $35M

Steve Nash Fitness World seeks creditor protection owing $35M

A trustee has been appointed and the fitness chain is putting together a proposal for creditors.
Is it or isn't it? How we know when we're in a recession

Is it or isn't it? How we know when we're in a recession

Everyone knows that Canada is in a deep economic slump...but are we actually in a recession?
Vancouver restaurants find innovative ways to deliver the goods, and not get gouged by fees

Vancouver restaurants find innovative ways to deliver the goods, and not get gouged by fees

As restaurant owners try to pivot to survive, one common source of frustration is that meal-delivery companies charge up to 30% in commissions
COVID-19 could permanently redraw Robson retail landscape

COVID-19 could permanently redraw Robson retail landscape

These days, it's hard to recognize Vancouver’s popular shopping district
Canadian companies rush to pivot advertising plans during COVID-19 pandemic

Canadian companies rush to pivot advertising plans during COVID-19 pandemic

As the pandemic unfolds, it's unclear what the future holds for advertising
Asian grocery giant’s first Burnaby store just opened its doors

Asian grocery giant’s first Burnaby store just opened its doors

When it comes to store openings, the timing on this one was not what this company could have ever expected.