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Opinion

POLL: Will a weaker dollar impact your travel plans?

To stay or not to stay, that is this month's question

Tourism | Travel | Consumer Insight
Ghirardelli Square | BCBusiness

Tourism & Culture

Can San Fran's Ghirardelli Square make a comeback?

Ghirardelli Square, an iconic property on San Francisco’s waterfront, hits the refresh button to attract a local crowd

Tourism | Travel
Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel | BCBusiness

Tourism & Culture

Vancouver's Fairmont crowned best international hotel for business travel

We're No. 1, a hotel for long-term living and private schools gain steam

Tourism | Travel | Consumer Insight
Westin Element | BCBusiness

Tourism & Culture

Look inside this new Burnaby hotel built for long-term stays

The 169-room Element Vancouver Metrotown opens February 19 at Willingdon and Kingsway.

Sustainability | Tourism | Travel
YVR CEO Craig Richmond | BCBusiness

Marketing & Media

Airports are stressful, so why do B.C.ers love YVR?

How Vancouver International Airport—known to its friends simply as YVR—cracked the top five in this year's Ipsos/BCBusiness survey of B.C.'s most loved brands.

Research | Travel
Pager collection « BCBusiness

Tech & Science

Why Telus just killed its pager service (you can probably guess)

Telus stops pager service, trucker woes continue, and another fashion chain comes to Canada.

Style | Travel
Corporate retreat | BCBusiness

Tourism & Culture

Corporate retreat options in B.C. for your next team building exercise

At a time of year when cocooning beckons, get out there and build some corporate spirit.

Travel | HR

People

Limited-edition $829,000 Rolls-Royce arrives in Vancouver (photos)

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Vancouver launches the new $829,000 Phantom Pinnacle Travel Edition, only one of two in North America.

Travel | Events | Branding

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