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A Vancouver chef is making airline food you'll actually want to eat

Celebrity chefs are all the rage–including, increasingly, on airlines’ stratified menus

B.C. approves a multi-billion dollar ski resort that the industry doesn't want

Garibaldi at Squamish promises to turn B.C. into an international ski mecca, according to proponents. That is, if it ever gets built

New Victoria Clipper owner plans service to Vancouver

Plus, a sunny forecast for the B.C. economy in 2016 and tech talk from the B.C. government

Why the Rocky Mountaineer is one of B.C.'s best-kept tourism secrets

The second-largest private passenger rail company in the world remains largely unknown at home 

A passenger ferry service to Victoria is coming. But it isn't aimed at locals

Plus, the other side of the assessment story and the low price of copper leads to layoffs

12 local businesses that kick into high gear during the holiday season

For these B.C. companies, the next few weeks remain their most wonderful (and profitable) time of the year

Movie deals are going down at the Whistler Film Festival

What people are talking about at WFF: how to elevate talent

B.C. tourism heads into another banner year: report

Plus, B.C. takes the lead in economic growth and carbon tax policy 

B.C. green-lights $1.5-billion Fraser Valley ski resort expansion

Plus, Finning cuts its B.C. workforce and Guatemalan miners won't get their day in Canadian court

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