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Vancouver slips from being most popular luxury-cruise destination

Vancouver slips from being most popular luxury-cruise destination

Strike at Port of Vancouver has yet to impact the sector.
Workers at popular Vancouver brewery plan to strike

Workers at popular Vancouver brewery plan to strike

The union says negotiations broke down last week.
Possible B.C. port strike will spare cruise ships, employers say

Possible B.C. port strike will spare cruise ships, employers say

A possible strike by British Columbia port workers will not disrupt cruise ships docked in Vancouver, Prince Rupert or Vancouver Island, employers say.
PNE gets $10M in new money from federal government

PNE gets $10M in new money from federal government

Pacific National Exhibition operates year-round and is best known for its late-summer fair
New Chinese Canadian Museum opens its doors in historic Vancouver Chinatown building

New Chinese Canadian Museum opens its doors in historic Vancouver Chinatown building

The museum hopes to tell the "full history."
Spending in Canada on tourism rises thanks to domestic tourists

Spending in Canada on tourism rises thanks to domestic tourists

Foreign visitors share of tourism spending in Canada declined slightly in early 2023, compared with late 2022
BC Restaurant Hall of Fame announces 2023 inductees

BC Restaurant Hall of Fame announces 2023 inductees

Ceremony set to take place in October
Vancouver was ranked one of the most Instagrammable cities in Canada

Vancouver was ranked one of the most Instagrammable cities in Canada

Vancouver is Canada's second most popular city on Instagram, with over 26 million hashtags.
Unique cafe and plant store blooms in Squamish’s Northyards

Unique cafe and plant store blooms in Squamish’s Northyards

Wonderlands Emporium on Government Road hopes to build a unique, communal gathering space that brings joy to customers.
Asian visitors slow to return to B.C. post-pandemic

Asian visitors slow to return to B.C. post-pandemic

Visitor counts from the continent in April were down 42.3 per cent from the same month in 2019