Oct 22, 2021
Two high-powered Vancouver business execs are changing maternity leave with Maturn

Just over a decade ago, Jen Murtagh had what was surely one of the more coveted jobs in her hometown, as marketing manager of Canucks Sports and Entertainment. The team was in the midst of its West Coast Express era...

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Oct 22, 2021
The next Uber or Tesla? Pitt Meadows’ CubicFarms has a field of dreams
By the Editors

The future of farming is everywhere in a massive Pitt Meadows airplane hangar, both literally and figuratively, with the phrase projected onto walls in bright green font. But CubicFarms Amplified walks the talk, too, with a video presentation featuring various experts in...

Oct 22, 2021
How’s business? Share your perspective by taking this provincewide survey
By the Editors

It’s that time of year again. Our friends at the BC Chamber of Commerce want to know what’s on your mind. The province’s largest business association has launched its 2021 Collective Perspective survey, which aims to capture insights from every sector...

Oct 21, 2021
The Future of Mobility: These innovative B.C. companies are showing the world better, greener ways to get around
By the Editors

Mobility is looking different these days. Everywhere you turn, it seems, there’s a new mode of transport whizzing past you, whether it’s an electric car on the street or an e-scooter on the sidewalk. But where are things headed? “It’s an...

Oct 21, 2021
Want to resell your used clothing? Check out these 8 local consignment companies
Alyssa Hirose

There's no way around it: the "easiest" way to sell used clothes online is Facebook Marketplace. But if you don't want to deal with haggling (annoying) and meeting up with strangers (dangerous), there's plenty of other local options for selling...

Oct 21, 2021
Shop booze-free bevs this Sober October at Vancouver's first zero-proof pop-up
Stacey McLachlan

Despite the parade of hard seltzers, craft beers, rosé ciders and boozy kombuchas that’s hitting the shelves at any given time these days, we’re actually living in a teetotaler’s paradise. Between artisanal the faux gins like Seedlip and hoppy non-alcoholic...

Oct 19, 2021
New documentary series dives into B.C.’s untold history
Nathan Caddell

Before starting his latest project, Kevin Eastwood thought he was headed for some lighter fare. After all, the writer/director had just finished working on the documentaries After the Sirens and Humboldt: The New Season in consecutive years. So when he took on writing and directing duties on the Knowledge Network limited documentary series British Columbia: An...

Oct 18, 2021
Chamber Plan Provides Mental Health Resources for Employers
Jessica Kirby

BCBusiness + Chambers Plan Employee Benefits Loneliness and isolation are at an all-time high—so is the impact on employees and their family members. Chamber of Commerce Insurance Plan can help. “The Chambers Plan has always been a grassroots, community-based organization that sees the importance of taking care of small businesses and helping them...

Oct 15, 2021
The 2022 Business of Good Awards are open for nominations

BCBusiness is on a mission to recognize the companies in our province that turn the principles of social responsibility into action. For these organizations, a good relationship with employees, the community and the environment is embedded in their culture. The Business of Good program is a chance to show off the steps your company is taking to make British Columbia a better place to live, work and play. The winners, chosen by a panel of judges and our editorial team, will be...

Oct 15, 2021
Going back to the office? Here’s how to prevent separation anxiety in your pet
Alyssa Hirose

For folks going back to the office this fall (or the 78.6 percent of British Columbians who prefer a hybrid of remote and in-person work), the new new normal will require some adaptation. And for those of us who have...

Oct 14, 2021
Stainless steel takeout containers might be the food packaging of the future
Alyssa Hirose

When the COVID-19 pandemic began in B.C., local restaurants saw an influx of takeout orders—and consumers saw an influx of takeout waste. Anastasia Kiku and Jason Hawkins, co-founders of Vancouver-based Reusables, watched as the garbage piled up. “The problem was really in our faces,”...

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