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Vancouver luxury buyers draw bead on single-family homes, says Sotheby’s

Vancouver luxury buyers draw bead on single-family homes, says Sotheby’s

Activity picked up in the second half of last year as buyers shifted their preference to detached homes.
Vancouver restaurant ordered closed for a week for serving minor alcohol

Vancouver restaurant ordered closed for a week for serving minor alcohol

B.C.'s Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch found The Greek Gastown served a Corona to a minor without requesting identification.
Vancouver climate-tech firm Svante inks major production deal

Vancouver climate-tech firm Svante inks major production deal

American funding to build carbon capture hubs in U.S. worth $800 million
How this boutique law firm redefines legal services in Vancouver

How this boutique law firm redefines legal services in Vancouver

Pioneering a new way of practicing law, aiming to provide a better legal experience for their clients and their growing team
Vancouver International Wine Festival set to drive Italian wine sales

Vancouver International Wine Festival set to drive Italian wine sales

Wholesales for Italian wines increased last year in B.C. while overall wine wholesales fell, according to new data
Images: This proposed downtown Vancouver tower was inspired by the Lions mountain peaks

Images: This proposed downtown Vancouver tower was inspired by the Lions mountain peaks

Do you see the resemblance?
Vancouver city council approves vision for Jericho Lands

Vancouver city council approves vision for Jericho Lands

Some residents question the density of towers, location of a proposed SkyTrain station
Metro Vancouver retail tenants ‘hard-pressed’ to find space

Metro Vancouver retail tenants ‘hard-pressed’ to find space

CEBA loans and persistently low consumer spending identified as potential challenges for the market.
Nexii gets reprieve to end of April

Nexii gets reprieve to end of April

B.C. Supreme Court extends protection under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act to April 30, so that it could find a buyer. 
Metro Vancouver transit strike hits small business operations

Metro Vancouver transit strike hits small business operations

Bus and SeaBus service is cancelled in Metro Vancouver today and tomorrow.