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Don Lindsay: Teck CEO shares lessons learned during the pandemic (VIDEO)

Don Lindsay: Teck CEO shares lessons learned during the pandemic (VIDEO)

Lindsay on what lessons he’s learned while managing a business amidst the pandemic
Richmond Night Market vendors left in the lurch

Richmond Night Market vendors left in the lurch

Vendors have shelled out money, the event has earned none, and no decision has been made to call it off entirely yet
Sue Paish: What lies ahead for tech in B.C.? (VIDEO)

Sue Paish: What lies ahead for tech in B.C.? (VIDEO)

Insights with one of B.C.'s leading execs
B.C. film industry given go-ahead to restart productions halted due to COVID-19

B.C. film industry given go-ahead to restart productions halted due to COVID-19

The guidelines will ensure social distancing during film and TV production
Real estate marketer Bob Rennie on the next steps in economic recovery in B.C. (VIDEO)

Real estate marketer Bob Rennie on the next steps in economic recovery in B.C. (VIDEO)

He's the most successful real estate marketer in the province
Former B.C. Finance Minister Carole Taylor on the economic impact of COVID-19 (VIDEO)

Former B.C. Finance Minister Carole Taylor on the economic impact of COVID-19 (VIDEO)

Carole Taylor is a former B.C. finance minister, former chair of the CBC, board member and governance expert
B.C.’s legal cannabis sales soar to record high in March

B.C.’s legal cannabis sales soar to record high in March

British Columbians spent more than eight times the $2.84 million we spent on legal weed in the same month a year ago
Galvanize CEO Laurie Schultz on lessons learned during the pandemic (VIDEO)

Galvanize CEO Laurie Schultz on lessons learned during the pandemic (VIDEO)

A one-on-one chat about what she’s learned while managing a business during COVID-19
Support local! You can help out your favourite Vancouver businesses by visiting them with care

Support local! You can help out your favourite Vancouver businesses by visiting them with care

Business Improvement Associations across Vancouver are launching a joint initiative called “Open With Care” in an effort to assist local businesses with their reopening plans.
Year of the staycation is a boon for B.C.'s outdoor equipment industry

Year of the staycation is a boon for B.C.'s outdoor equipment industry

Ban on non-essential travel in B.C. fires up sales of bikes, camping and hunting gear