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Peter Leitch: Facing changes in the film sector (VIDEO)

Peter Leitch: Facing changes in the film sector (VIDEO)

Leitch is president of North Shore Studios and chairman of the Motion Picture Production Industry Association of B.C.
Tamara Vrooman: Taking on challenges as CEO of YVR (VIDEO)

Tamara Vrooman: Taking on challenges as CEO of YVR (VIDEO)

The third installation in the BIV Business Leadership Series features the new CEO of YVR
Chip Wilson on how COVID-19 is affecting retail and how we work in B.C. (VIDEO)

Chip Wilson on how COVID-19 is affecting retail and how we work in B.C. (VIDEO)

It's the second in a 10-part series of discussions with prominent British Columbian business leaders
Telus dumps Huawei’s 5G tech hours after Bell

Telus dumps Huawei’s 5G tech hours after Bell

All three of Canada's major telcos have now backed off using Huawei equipment amid an increasingly untenable political atmosphere
Website that tracks store wait times across Metro Vancouver adds restaurants

Website that tracks store wait times across Metro Vancouver adds restaurants

The addition of restaurants will allow users - both diners and business operators - to stay connected and informed
B.C.'s best-known business leader on COVID-19's impact on our economy (VIDEO)

B.C.'s best-known business leader on COVID-19's impact on our economy (VIDEO)

The first in a 10-part series of discussions for the BIV Business Leadership Series
Army & Navy to hold multimillion dollar liquidation sale in Metro Vancouver

Army & Navy to hold multimillion dollar liquidation sale in Metro Vancouver

It's the end of a 101-year-long era, but Army & Navy will be going out with a bang
One of B.C.'s longest-running nightclubs makes 'heartbreaking' decision to close

One of B.C.'s longest-running nightclubs makes 'heartbreaking' decision to close

Gabby's Country Cabaret, a beloved hot spot in Langley for 34 years, announced this week they will not be able to re-open
Cash no longer king as COVID-19 rewrites purchasing behaviour, poll finds

Cash no longer king as COVID-19 rewrites purchasing behaviour, poll finds

Canadians report that only 3% of their purchases over the past four weeks have occurred with cash, a 21-point drop since February 2019
North Vancouver company pivots to Plexiglas barrier business as reopening begins

North Vancouver company pivots to Plexiglas barrier business as reopening begins

Dr. Bonnie Henry has called physical barriers, such as Plexiglas, “incredibly effective” measures for stopping the spread of COVID-19 in retail spaces.