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Plenty of Fish | BCBusiness

Plenty of Fish eggs in one basket: dating site bets it all on mobile

Local online dating phenom Plenty of Fish, built for the web, thinks it can survive and grow in the mobile age

Digital | Arts & Culture
LNG emissions | BCBusiness
Opinion

B.C. to LNG producers: comply, offset or pay

New legislation will allow B.C. to regulate LNG Export Facilities on CO2 emissions

Northern B.C. | Opinion
Vancouver's Yaletown district | BCBusiness

The key to creating affordable Vancouver homes: more diversity

Rigid city real estate regulations are hampering the ability of housing developers to meet demand, panelists claim

Economy | Lower Mainland

WATCH: When B.C.'s Entrepreneur of the Year gets his best ideas

A few words from the president and CEO of Leavitt Machinery, B.C.'s Entrepreneur of the Year for 2014 WHO ELSE WAS NOMINATED? // CLICK HERE…

Entrepreneurs | Lower Mainland
Clean Energy B.C. | BCBusiness

Industry group advocates alternative to Site C dam proposal

As the province mulls its decision on the proposed $8-billion Site C dam, a group of independent power producers have advocated a multitude of smaller clean energy projects as a cheaper alternative

Politics & Policy | Sustainability
Sedins | BCBusiness

Canucks' 474-game sellout streak officially over

After years of consecutive sold-out games, and following a disappointing season, the teams' streak has finally ended

Branding | Lower Mainland

WATCH: Don't underestimate luck in business: Clio CEO Jack Newton

A few words from the CEO of Clio, one of 2014's IT finalists for Entrepreneur of the Year

Start Ups | Entrepreneurs

Vancouver tourism market increasingly connected to global affairs

With the local tourism sector experiencing the most growth from overseas visitors, faraway conflicts will start to feel closer

Tourism | Travel

The next big thing in retail: the human touch

Lux Insights president Claire Booth told the Retail West Conference that shoppers want concierge service

Small Business | Events

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