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B.C.’s top executives got pay raises in pandemic year

B.C.’s top executives got pay raises in pandemic year

While the global COVID-19 pandemic meant wage loss and layoffs for many, the same can’t be said for British Columbia’s highest-paid executives.
EA Vancouver expanding into MEC’s former HQ

EA Vancouver expanding into MEC’s former HQ

The Burnaby-based gaming giant is expanding its local footprint, but is focused on sustainability
Spanish fashion giant opens big new store at Metropolis at Metrotown

Spanish fashion giant opens big new store at Metropolis at Metrotown

Store opening follows a string of store closures
Hip café ready to open in South Burnaby and calling for new staff

Hip café ready to open in South Burnaby and calling for new staff

New business at Market Crossing
Vancouver design duo helping the Downtown Eastside (VIDEO)

Vancouver design duo helping the Downtown Eastside (VIDEO)

Proceeds benefit the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre. 👕👜
This single mom is opening a sensory-sensitive East Vancouver cafe and store - with your help

This single mom is opening a sensory-sensitive East Vancouver cafe and store - with your help

The special online venture is going brick-and-mortar and a crowdfunding campaign is underway
Court action ‘dismissed’ against Vancouver city councillor in conflict case

Court action ‘dismissed’ against Vancouver city councillor in conflict case

Green Party Coun. Michael Wiebe voted in May 2020 on temporary patio program
Vancouverites respond to WestJet refund policy and long hold times

Vancouverites respond to WestJet refund policy and long hold times

"Hold times are ridiculous," said a customer.
Vancouver in fight again with landlord of notorious SRO hotels

Vancouver in fight again with landlord of notorious SRO hotels

Regal Hotel on Granville Street owned by Sahota family considered to be in ‘unsafe condition’
New Westminster extends temporary patio program until 2022

New Westminster extends temporary patio program until 2022

Program launched to help support businesses through pandemic