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Jun 6, 2018
Vancouver anti-poverty council candidate plans to hold rally in richest part of the city
Nathan Caddell

It would be unfair to say that the municipal election race in Vancouver has been heating up lately. It’s more like things have officially moved out of the frying pan and into a commercial grade wood-fired oven. But in the midst...

Jun 6, 2018
Win a $90 gift card from White Spot
By the Editors

On June 16, White Spot turns 90 years old. The City of Vancouver has proclaimed the date White Spot 90th Anniversary Day, and visitors to any White Spot location on June 16 will receive one of 50,000 limited edition commemorative coins (while...

Jun 5, 2018
5 most popular Canadian biz books from the week of May 28 to June 3
Munro’s Books

Best-selling business titles provided by Munro’s Books, 1108 Government Street, Victoria, B.C.

Jun 5, 2018
B.C.'s Most Loved Brands 2018
Nick Rockel

“Love conquers all; let us too surrender to love.” The Roman poet Virgil wrote that line more than 2,000 years ago, but it helps explain why we switched back to love from influence for our fifth annual ranking of the...

Jun 4, 2018
Wholehearted Leadership Opinion: One simple question that can help you communicate better
David MacLean

She thought I was joking. “No, seriously, I’m not joking.” "Yes, you are—you’re pulling my leg." “No, I’m not. That’s really what I hear.” My wife and I had been watching the national news. A story came on about the latest Internet sensation to...

Jun 4, 2018
Vancouver businessman wins NPA mayoral nomination race
Nathan Caddell

While much of the Vancouver mayoral race is still up in the air, one of the city’s main parties has decided on a leader for the October 20 election. On June 3, the Non-Partisan Association (NPA) chose local entrepreneur (and 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year winner) Ken Sim as its candidate for mayor, giving him 977 out...

Jun 4, 2018
Bill Reid Gallery reopens its $1.8-million renovated space June 8
Aleena Deandra

The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art celebrates its 10th anniversary on Saturday, June 16, and Sunday, June 17, with free admission, performances, inaugural artist residencies, tea and bannock. Its recently completed $1.8-million renovation exhibition space features a new mezzanine...

Jun 4, 2018
Travel: Beautiful Sicilian islands worth the trip out of busy Italy
Frances Bula

We’d gone to the main plaza in Siracusa for our usual evening walk and so that I could apply my investigative skills to what is said to be this Sicilian town’s best ice cream, at Gelateria Fiordilatte. Settled in at...

Jun 1, 2018
BCB Weekly Roundup: Beer, Trump and Blockchain
Nathan Caddell

Each week, BCBusiness gives you an update on some of the stories turning heads across the province (and, in today’s edition, the country). Coming at you with the faux bluster of United States tariffs, here’s what had us occupied this week. The...

Jun 1, 2018
Summer Reading List
By the Editors

SMALL IS BIG: Making the Next Great Small to Mid-Size DowntownsContrary to popular belief, Canada is mostly a suburban nation, says Michael von Hausen, president of MVH Urban Planning & Design Inc. in South Surrey. Of the country’s estimated 8,500...

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