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Vancouver developers eye benefits of car-sharing

Developers embrace car-sharing to save on parking costs while planners eye its impact on transit

Are Vancouver pot dispensaries’ dreams up in smoke?

Dispensaries without a business licence (which is most of them) must shut down by May

Meet the woman who made Vancouver's Lush a cosmetics powerhouse

Retailer Karen Delaney-Wolverton brought Lush to Vancouver 20 years ago and ended up with 236 North American stores

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Laurent Potdevin sets Lululemon in a new direction

He’s been in the hot seat of B.C.’s best-known global company for over two years, but Laurent Potdevin hasn’t had much to say—until now. Here the CEO of Lululemon speaks about rumours of a takeover, his distaste for the term 'athleisure' and competition from company founder Chip Wilson

Indochino lands $42 million from Chinese manufacturer

Custom menswear retailer and global garment manufacturer sign five-year agreement

Tsawwassen Mills

4 shops and restaurants to watch

The latest developments in the world of lifestyle—from retail to restaurants to travel (and more!)

Kim Pullen | Church & State Wines

How B.C.'s wine industry is becoming its own worst enemy

B.C.’s wine industry has grand ambitions to take on the world–if only it could stop the internecine battle that’s tearing it apart

By the numbers: luxury car sales boom in B.C.

New car sales have broken all-time highs every year in B.C. for the past three years

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Hootsuite CEO Ryan Holmes launches stand-up desk

Plus, Oakridge Centre expansion shrinks and B.C. ski resorts top USA Today contest

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