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Big Fat Deal: $20M for a Point Grey mansion with a neat pond

Each week, BCBusiness takes you inside one of the most outrageously upmarket real estate offerings in the province

Big Fat Deal | Lower Mainland

B.C.'s farmland is in trouble warns former ALC head

Plus, let's turn Shaughnessy into Kits and BCFerries gets it right with new ferry names

Consumer Insight | Fisheries & Agriculture | Lower Mainland
Kelowna Mayor Colin Basran | BCBusiness

How Kelowna reinvented itself

Sure, it’s the heart of wine country and home to some of B.C.’s most spectacular natural wonders. And yes, retirees and tourists still come here in droves. But with a burgeoning tech sector, an acclaimed university and a boom in housing, the Okanagan’s biggest city is now taking on a decidedly younger flair

Branding | Interior
1133 Melville office tower | BCBusiness

Plans revealed for Vancouver's tallest office tower

Plus, car2go doubles its Vancouver fleet and looser liquor laws

Finance & Investing | Lower Mainland

Infographic: Is Vancouver's food scraps ban working?

'There's been a significant drop—the vast majority are keeping under 25 per cent.'

Politics & Policy | Lower Mainland | Food & Drink
Vancouver startup ranking | BCBusiness

Where does Vancouver rank as a startup city?

Plus, a boost for the B.C. wine industry and a retiring Vancouver planner

Start Ups | Politics & Policy | Entrepreneurs

Another Jumbo ski resort for the Rockies?

Plus, the dollar is crimping on your travel plans and industrial users glare at the waterline

Tourism | Consumer Insight
Uber in Seattle | BCBusiness

Why Vancouver has been slow to adopt the sharing economy

The sharing economy has upended established markets and irritated entrenched industries in cities around the world. The West Coast of North America is particularly fertile ground for this libertarian, tech-forward way of living, with Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and other now-multibillion-dollar enterprises dominating the competitive landscape. So why has Vancouver been so slow to hop on board?

Consumer Insight | Legal | Lower Mainland

British Columbians are on a shopping spree: StatsCan

Plus, Vancouver Island needs a train and Quesnel needs doctors

Vancouver Island | Consumer Insight


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