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Former Vancouver police chief Jim Chu joins TransLink board

Plus, Tesla's new showroom and a startup with a thing for spit

Vancouver Island

Kwantlen launches a program for pot…entrepreneurs

Plus, a revenue-sharing agreement for the North and the world's first float thru

Marijuana | Northern B.C.

The sorry saga of the Compass Card

Plus, drones pose a problem for seaplanes and tear down those viaducts!

Politics & Policy | Lower Mainland

Lunch with Viking Air's Dave Curtis

It’s turbulent skies these days for Viking Air—a Canadian export success story—but nothing Captain Curtis can’t handle

Vancouver Island | Economy

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
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T-Rail's Lisa Tuningley on rebranding Canada's railroad industry

Plus, the railroader extraordinaire on being one of the guys and feeling “gratitude every now and then”

Entrepreneurs | Branding | Import & Export

Can new leadership 'fix' TransLink?

Probably not, plus, B.C.ers get angry over water and the little dating app that could

Mergers & Acquisitions | Economy

Doing business in China: what you need to know

What you need to know about buying, selling or operating in the Middle Kingdom

Small Business | Economy | Asia Pacific
Vancouver | BCBusiness

What a Chinese currency hub means for Vancouver

And how will allowing for local settlement of the renminbi change the nature of B.C.’s (and Canada’s) trade with China?

Economy | Asia Pacific

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