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Vancouver's Science World seeks provincial support to stay open

Vancouver's Science World seeks provincial support to stay open

"We can't continue to operate at a loss on a monthly basis. It's just, that’s not sustainable.”
Members start petition to stop sale of Mountain Equipment Co-op

Members start petition to stop sale of Mountain Equipment Co-op

The sale was approved "without the permission of the MEC membership, or any kind of meaningful consultation," says the petition.
‘Are we the next one?’: Tri-City pub contemplates future amid tightening COVID-19 restrictions

‘Are we the next one?’: Tri-City pub contemplates future amid tightening COVID-19 restrictions

“They basically just killed another 30% of our business,” said a pub operator, pointing to the new restrictions on serving alcohol past 10 p.m.
Vancouver restaurant owners want winter-patio dining option

Vancouver restaurant owners want winter-patio dining option

The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to change how Vancouverites dine this winter, much as it disrupted consumption patterns this summer. 
A sales boom for RVs; campgrounds brace for snowbird wave, even in winter

A sales boom for RVs; campgrounds brace for snowbird wave, even in winter

With border restrictions likely to remain and snowbirds spending the winter months staying closer to home, Vancouver Island is likely to become a popular destination thanks to its milder climate and numerous campgrounds.
B.C.’s record-high cannabis sales in June are seven times that of last year

B.C.’s record-high cannabis sales in June are seven times that of last year

This is the sixth straight month when the province’s legal cannabis retailers have sold a record-high value of products
Iconic restaurant in downtown Vancouver faces closure

Iconic restaurant in downtown Vancouver faces closure

Their landlord: The provincial government. The plan: Use it as office space.
Restaurant industry urges continued relief

Restaurant industry urges continued relief

"With colder months approaching, the foodservice sector will need continued assistance to keep fulfilling its critical role within the Canadian economy”
Fashion brand closing store in Metropolis at Metrotown as bankruptcies continue

Fashion brand closing store in Metropolis at Metrotown as bankruptcies continue

The Canadian retailer joins the list of many shutting down bricks-and-mortar locations here in Metro Vancouver and nation-wide
Concord Pacific pays $1 billion for St. Paul’s Hospital site

Concord Pacific pays $1 billion for St. Paul’s Hospital site

The Burrard Street site of Vancouver’s St. Paul’s Hospital has been sold to development giant Concord Pacific Group for about $1 billion