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Vancouver restaurants find innovative ways to deliver the goods, and not get gouged by fees

Vancouver restaurants find innovative ways to deliver the goods, and not get gouged by fees

As restaurant owners try to pivot to survive, one common source of frustration is that meal-delivery companies charge up to 30% in commissions
COVID-19 could permanently redraw Robson retail landscape

COVID-19 could permanently redraw Robson retail landscape

These days, it's hard to recognize Vancouver’s popular shopping district
Canadian companies rush to pivot advertising plans during COVID-19 pandemic

Canadian companies rush to pivot advertising plans during COVID-19 pandemic

As the pandemic unfolds, it's unclear what the future holds for advertising
Asian grocery giant’s first Burnaby store just opened its doors

Asian grocery giant’s first Burnaby store just opened its doors

When it comes to store openings, the timing on this one was not what this company could have ever expected.
Pot and mushroom company enters COVID-19 market; investors warned of ads

Pot and mushroom company enters COVID-19 market; investors warned of ads

The BCSC stated that investors should “exercise caution when considering aggressive promotions as a basis for investment decisions as these promotions may make false claims of large profits. At this time, there is no vaccine or any health product that is authorized to treat or protect against COVID-19.”
Air Canada to apply for wage subsidy program to help keep employees on payroll

Air Canada to apply for wage subsidy program to help keep employees on payroll

Over 16,000 Air Canada employees laid off by the airline could be re-hired under the new relief program
Should Canada's big retailers stick to selling only essentials during COVID-19 pandemic?

Should Canada's big retailers stick to selling only essentials during COVID-19 pandemic?

The restrictions aren't in place here, but in some parts of the U.S. they are
Wage subsidy plan little help to many B.C. craft breweries, bars, and restaurants

Wage subsidy plan little help to many B.C. craft breweries, bars, and restaurants

If you’ve closed and lost 100% of your revenues, what good is a wage subsidy?
B.C. business groups warn revenues down 50- to 75 per cent during COVID-19

B.C. business groups warn revenues down 50- to 75 per cent during COVID-19

Businesses say they worry they will be insolvent or not have the fiscal capacity to restart
Former Steve Nash Fitness World employees are calling for an independent investigation into ‘unpaid wages, bullying, harassment’

Former Steve Nash Fitness World employees are calling for an independent investigation into ‘unpaid wages, bullying, harassment’

The petition claims an investigation regarding a prior complaint “could not be concluded” after SNFC employees were let go amid COVID-19 closures