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The new Vancouver Art Gallery is bold. How they plan to pay for it

Absent federal or provincial support, the project faces a steep uphill climb

Arts & Culture | Lower Mainland
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B.C. tourism in July up 10 per cent over last year

Plus, the power of LNG and a Vancouver fashion export

Tourism | Economy
Rugby Sevens in Hong Kong | BCBusiness

What to expect when the Rugby Sevens comes to Vancouver

The Rugby Sevens—coming to Vancouver, and Canada, for the first time next year— are a raucous good time, as the flagship Hong Kong tournament proves

Tourism | Travel | Asia Pacific
Victoria | BCBusiness

Victoria named one of the world's friendliest cities

Plus, drilling resumes off Lelu Island and Port Metro's container trucking commissioner quits

Northern B.C. | Tourism
Jim Lightbody | BCBusiness

The future of gambling in B.C.

The British Columbia Lottery Corporation’s new boss, Jim Lightbody, on the future of gambling in this province—and how lottery tickets are like laundry detergent

Arts & Culture | Branding | Consumer Insight

Infographic: B.C.'s big new art galleries

A collection of new art and museum spaces promises to inject a bit more culture into B.C. Some of them might even get built

Non-Profits | Arts & Culture
Canada salary projections | BCBusiness

B.C. trails Canada in salary projections

And in post-secondary news: VCC loses to VCC, and UBC's board chair steps down

Research | Economy | HR
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


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