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Victoria: the best city in Canada to work as a woman

Plus, what 0.5 means for Vancouver and G-Kups

Vancouver Island | HR
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

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

Why Yellow Pages bought Vancouver and Western Living magazines

Plus, CEO Julien Billot explains why B.C. is a special market for the directory company

Mergers & Acquisitions | Digital

Infographic: Should your business be on Facebook? Instagram?

Yes, you need to be on social media–but no, not all of them

Social Media | Digital | How-To

How local satire website The Syrup Trap became a Facebook star

A bite-sized Vancouver-based humour site is hitting home runs on Facebook

Social Media | Digital
TransLink and Twitter | BCBusiness

At TransLink, tweeting is a full-time job (and that's a good thing)

How Vancouver’s beleaguered transit authority became a Twitter star

Social Media | Research | Lower Mainland
The Lego Movie | BCBusiness

The Lego Movie Sequel to be produced in Vancouver

Plus, the next step on the path to LNG prosperity and fighting false imprisonment in China

Politics & Policy | Legal

The rise of Reddit (and its influence in Vancouver)

The once obscure online forum is playing an increasingly important role in city politics, even business

Social Media | Lower Mainland

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