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BCBusiness | July 2015

Life after (traditional) book publishing

Two Vancouver publishers have risen from the ashes of Douglas & McIntyre—and each is thriving in different and surprising ways

Start Ups | Arts & Culture

Q&A with Andy Yan

Vancouver’s most famous urban planner and researcher on how to build a livable city—and avoid the zombie apocalypse

Research | Politics & Policy

Vancouver restaurateurs take on the reign of Yelp

Online reviewing platform Yelp has changed the way we decide where to eat and where to shop—turning everyone and their neighbour into a published critic. But is that a good thing?

Digital | Food & Drink

Trains are on track for Arbutus within weeks

Plus, expect 60 per cent less fish in 2050 and don't drink-and-ferry

Fisheries & Agriculture | Lower Mainland

Wealthy benefit most from TFSAs, says SFU expert

Plus, a boost for the Vancouver Island marmot and Vancouver city workers

Arts & Culture | Branding

Big Fat Deal: A luxury estate in Salt Spring's hippie haven

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

Big Fat Deal | Vancouver Island | Consumer Insight
Lululemon's dangerous drawstring | BCBusiness

Sheer pants 2.0? Another recall at Lululemon

Plus, blueberries in China and marijuana job cuts in Nanaimo

Arts & Culture | Branding
Richard Jaffray at Top 100 | BCBusiness

Inside Cactus Club: founder Richard Jaffray has big plans

Jaffray sits down to talk success, bad restaurant names and Cactus Club's march eastwards

Entrepreneurs | Food & Drink
Debbie Nagle | BCBusiness

Considering a new trade? BC Hydro will need a lot of workers very soon

As blue-collar boomers retire en masse, BC Hydro plays a game of HR chess

Northern B.C. | Economy | HR


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