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China leaves Canada off list of countries approved for group tours

China leaves Canada off list of countries approved for group tours

OTTAWA — Canadians are missing out on major tourism revenue from Chinese visitors as Beijing leaves Canada off its list of approved travel destinations — a move that it is linking directly to Ottawa's recent focus on alleged foreign interference.
Richmond hotel workers seek support from cruise lines during long-standing strike

Richmond hotel workers seek support from cruise lines during long-standing strike

An open letter was sent to Carnival Corporation, Carnival UK and Cunard.
Elisabeth Cooke: The mountains are missing economic opportunities of diversity

Elisabeth Cooke: The mountains are missing economic opportunities of diversity

Ski resorts across Canada can dramatically increase their profitability by welcoming diverse groups on the mountains
Video + Photos: The lights are shining again on Science World's iconic dome

Video + Photos: The lights are shining again on Science World's iconic dome

The new lights are already illuminating the night sky.
Fusion Food Festival returns to Richmond this weekend

Fusion Food Festival returns to Richmond this weekend

The three-day festival features more than 20 food trucks
Officials predicted a slower-than-usual summer for Whistler’s tourism industry—they were right

Officials predicted a slower-than-usual summer for Whistler’s tourism industry—they were right

As hotels reduce prices to boost demand, Tourism Whistler confirms visitation is trending below pre-pandemic levels
Popular Greek restaurant opening another Vancouver location

Popular Greek restaurant opening another Vancouver location

Exciting plans for lunch and dinner service from a well-known local restaurant business
This free late summer festival is shutting down Water Street in Gastown

This free late summer festival is shutting down Water Street in Gastown

The Gastown community event will fill the neighbourhood with music.
This 10-day dining event in Burnaby will leave you craving for the Heights

This 10-day dining event in Burnaby will leave you craving for the Heights

The dining showcase from Aug. 18 to 27 will take you on a culinary adventure.
B.C. workers are needed to serve rising tourism demand

B.C. workers are needed to serve rising tourism demand

Stronger employment numbers still not covering shortages in competitive labour market