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Vancouver | BCBusiness

Is Vancouver once again the Economist's most livable city?

No. Plus, Port Metro Vancouver's good year and bad news for Bon Jovi

Research | Branding | Lower Mainland

Infographic: Cruise ships in Victoria vs. Vancouver

How the capital city hopes to make more money from its many visitors

Tourism | Travel | Vancouver Island
Climate change weather map | BCBusiness

How B.C.'s non-winter impacted these 6 industries

Depending on your sector, a mild winter can be a gift from the global warming gods, hell on profit–or like the weather itself, dashed with uncertainty

Sustainability | Economy | Fisheries & Agriculture
Westin Element's Heavenly dog bed | BCBusiness

The rise of pet-certified hotels

A new breed of pet-friendly accommodations–including pet-certified hotels–makes it easier to travel with your furry companion

Tourism | Travel | Consumer Insight
Kelowna Mayor Colin Basran | BCBusiness

How Kelowna reinvented itself

Sure, it’s the heart of wine country and home to some of B.C.’s most spectacular natural wonders. And yes, retirees and tourists still come here in droves. But with a burgeoning tech sector, an acclaimed university and a boom in housing, the Okanagan’s biggest city is now taking on a decidedly younger flair

Branding | Interior

Another Jumbo ski resort for the Rockies?

Plus, the dollar is crimping on your travel plans and industrial users glare at the waterline

Tourism | Consumer Insight

An NHL team in Seattle?

Plus, Vancouver's luxury housing market gets hotter and new rules to protect dairy cows  

Research | Sustainability
Richard Jaffray at Top 100 | BCBusiness

Inside Cactus Club: founder Richard Jaffray has big plans

Jaffray sits down to talk success, bad restaurant names and Cactus Club's march eastwards

Entrepreneurs | Food & Drink

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