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Jun 27, 2016
Catching up with Indochino co-founder Kyle Vucko
Lucy Hyslop

Kyle Vucko went from having a “100 per cent consumed mental bandwidth” as CEO of the 200-employee-strong company he started nearly a decade ago to a completely blank schedule—and it’s clearly suiting him just fine. Just 30, the wunderkind co-founder of Vancouver-headquartered Indochino—the omni-commerce apparel company that recently landed a $42-million...

Jun 27, 2016
BCBusiness Top 100 2016
Paul Duchart

Peter Legge, Canada Wide Media chairman and CEO; and Christine Day, Luvo CEO Charlene Rooke, BCBusiness publisher; Lawrence Robinson, Canadian Western Bank assistant VP commercial banking; and Jennifer Drury, Canadian Western Bank AVP manager real estate lending Samantha Legge, Canada Wide Media president; Ryan MacKenzie, Canada Wide Media VP content marketing;...

Jun 23, 2016
Christine Day sets her sights on turning Luvo into a billion-dollar company
Matt O'Grady

She was there when Starbucks was known to only a handful of Seattle coffee snobs. She was there when Lululemon was stretching to break free of its Kitsilano roots. Now the 52-year-old retail visionary is taking on arguably her biggest challenge yet: making frozen meals nutritiously cool, not just in...

Jun 21, 2016
Weekend warrior: Roger Hardy
Marcie Good

I started playing squash right around 2000, when my daughter was born. I went from having all this time to having no time, and that’s the beauty of squash—you get a great workout in 45 minutes. I would put my kids to bed and then I could go to Jericho...

Jun 16, 2016
Meet B.C.'s top designers
Felicity Stone

Recognized for designing the podium-based condominium towers associated with Vancouverism, James Cheng studied architecture at Harvard and apprenticed under Arthur Erickson. He was junior designer on the Robson Square law courts, and his designs include Living Shangri-la in Vancouver and Toronto, the Fairmont Pacific Rim, Nordstrom Pacific Centre and international...

Jun 14, 2016
Pacific Autism Family Centre Foundation's 27th Annual Women's Media Non-Golf Classic
Jay Shaw

Pacific Autism Family Centre Foundation's 27th Annual Women's Media Non-Golf Classic Musqueam Golf & Learning Academy June 13, 2016 Dubbed the "least competitive golf tournament in town", the 27th Annual Women's Media Non-Golf Classic saw more than 200 esteemed women (including 60 influential women in the local media industry) brave the rain in...

Jun 13, 2016
BC Sports Hall of Fame Banquet of Champions 2016
Paul Duchart

BC Sports Hall of Fame Banquet of Champions 2016 Vancouver Convention Centre June 9, 2016 More than 850 guests celebrated the 50th anniversary of the BC Sports Hall of Fame. The Banquet of Champions honouring the 2016 inductees was presented by Canadian Direct Insurance. Master of ceremonies for the evening was Steve Darling...

Jun 13, 2016
UBC hires new president with Vancouver roots
Marcie Good

A Vancouver-born, renowned biomedical researcher is leaving his post as president of the University of Cincinnati to take the top position at UBC. After his appointment as president and vice-chancellor of UBC, Santa Ono told a press conference on Monday morning that he was proud to say he was born at...

Jun 7, 2016
A conversation with Clean Energy Canada executive director Merran Smith
Marcie Good

Merran Smith was the lead “environmental architect” of the landmark Great Bear Rainforest conservation agreement, first legislated in 2006, which helped ensure the protection of thousands of square kilometres of coastal ecosystem stretching from the top of Vancouver Island to the Alaska Panhandle. In 2008 she turned to climate change...

Jun 7, 2016
Heart and Stroke Foundation 12th Annual Hearts of Gold Gala
Paul Duchart

The Heart and Stroke Foundations 12th Annual Hearts of Gold Gala Hyatt Regency Hotel June 3, 2016 More than 400 guests attended the Heart and Stroke Foundation BC/Yukon's Hearts of Gold Gala presented by Goldcorp, raising $600,000 to support life-saving research, resources, support and programs for survivors and caregivers. The gala began with a...

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