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82% of Canadians want "the right to disconnect" from work

82% of Canadians want "the right to disconnect" from work

The way we work, and how we stay connected to our tasks, has changed dramatically over the past couple of decades. The office follows us everywhere.
Microsoft plans to move Vancouver sales office

Microsoft plans to move Vancouver sales office

The tech giant announced it’s putting down $570 million in new investments in its Canada-wide footprint, including construction of a new Canadian headquarters in downtown Toronto.
Lululemon's sales unexpectedly up thanks to lots of downward dogs

Lululemon's sales unexpectedly up thanks to lots of downward dogs

Vancouver yogawear giant Lululemon Athletica Inc. (Nasdaq:LULU) shares soared after hours on August 30, after the company announced that it had unexpectedly high sales and profits in the quarter that ended on July 29.
Major graphics conference takes over downtown Vancouver with emphasis on VR

Major graphics conference takes over downtown Vancouver with emphasis on VR

Hundreds of people were in town for the world’s premiere conference on computer graphics, SIGGRAPH, where the top tech companies and VFX studios from around the world show off, learn from each other and recruit talent.
Which Vancouver tech firms have the strongest industry connections?

Which Vancouver tech firms have the strongest industry connections?

Hootsuite, Electronic Arts Inc. and Clio are the top three performers throughout the region, according to Nudge data released August 20.
B.C.'s Site C dam project behind schedule, plagued by problems: expert

B.C.'s Site C dam project behind schedule, plagued by problems: expert

The Site C Dam location is seen along the Peace River in Fort St. John, B.C., on April 18, 2017.
Which new emojis best represent Vancouver life?

Which new emojis best represent Vancouver life?

Just in time for World Emoji Day, today Apple released a whole bushel of new emojis, including a lettuce and mango. Which got us thinking: Which emojis, new or old, best represent the lovely city of Vancouver and its residents?
Vancouver entrepreneur creates hangover cure that's 100% natural

Vancouver entrepreneur creates hangover cure that's 100% natural

Another entry from the wild world of Kickstarter campaigns... Well, we'd be lying if we said this wouldn't come in handy every now and then...
BC minimum wage increases to $12.65 as of June 1

BC minimum wage increases to $12.65 as of June 1

Money/ Shutterstock Minimum wage workers in B.C. are getting a raise this Friday. The minimum wage in the province is increasing from $11.35 to $12.65 --an increase of $1.30 per hour -- starting on June 1.
This Vancouver glassblower makes $2,000 weed pipes

This Vancouver glassblower makes $2,000 weed pipes

Myles Rasmussen blowing glass in studio. Photo Jesse Laufer Tucked in an alley just off Commercial and Venables sits an inconspicuous example of one of Vancouver’s fast commercializing arts scenes—glassblowing.