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Italian restaurant group opening new burger concept in downtown Vancouver

Italian restaurant group opening new burger concept in downtown Vancouver

Owners call it their "vision of burger utopia," and its going where Momofuku was initially meant to be.
Post-pandemic return of international visitors to B.C. stalls in June

Post-pandemic return of international visitors to B.C. stalls in June

B.C.'s number of foreign overnight visitors in June was down 28.6 per cent, compared with 2019
B.C. restaurant and pub spending up 10.2 per cent from last year

B.C. restaurant and pub spending up 10.2 per cent from last year

Trend in June mirrors what is happened across the country
Travel ban in parts of B.C. disrupting tourism as raging wildfires burn

Travel ban in parts of B.C. disrupting tourism as raging wildfires burn

The central Okanagan is facing weeks without tourism during its peak season after British Columbia's premier imposed bans on travel to wildfire zones.
B.C. tourism employment hits five-year high

B.C. tourism employment hits five-year high

The 362,000 jobs in the sector in July was the most since August 2018
10-million cruise ship passengers — and counting — for Victoria

10-million cruise ship passengers — and counting — for Victoria

The visitors planned to spend Wednesday exploring and to “make the most of it, soak it all up and take in the scenery.”
Had flights booked from Vancouver to Hawaii? Fly to these 6 tropical destinations instead

Had flights booked from Vancouver to Hawaii? Fly to these 6 tropical destinations instead

Alternative vacation plans for jaw-dropping prices departing this year.
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