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Feb 4, 2020
Inventory: B.C.-crafted jewelry could make a lasting impression on your valentine
Felicity Stone

Leah Alexandra is both a jewelry business started in 2006 and the first two names of its founder, Leah Belford. In addition to demi-fine items, the Gastown studio produces handmade earrings, necklaces and rings using 14-karat gold, pearls and semiprecious...

Feb 3, 2020
Announcing the finalists for the BCBusiness Women of the Year Awards
By the Editors

Everyone knows that B.C. is home to some exceptional female business talent. Our new Women of the Year Awards aim to recognize the very best. The finalists for the inaugural competition, who hail from organizations large and small across the province...

Feb 3, 2020
After Hours: What to do in February 2020
Felicity Stone

The 2020 Hopwired Festival, at the Croatian Cultural Centre on Commercial Drive in Vancouver, features breweries and coffee roasters from across Canada and the U.S., plus the Espressotec coffee-inspired cocktail competition and a lager bar offering samples from Bellingham’s award-winning...

Jan 31, 2020
BCB Report Card: Shopify, SkyTrain and the most tired person in B.C.
Nathan Caddell

As we say goodbye to the first month of 2020 (“Wow, that sure went fast,” says Steve, your co-worker), it’s clear that as much as some things change, others stay exactly the same. For example, this week saw protesters outside David...

Jan 31, 2020
Announcing the finalists for our Business of Good Awards
By the Editors

It’s always tough to start a new awards program, and that was no different with the Business of Good. But sifting through the numerous submissions, we found a wealth of socially responsible, community-minded organizations that prove it really is possible to...

Jan 30, 2020
Business Lessons From Pop Culture: Don’t wear collar pins and other wisdom from Ford v Ferrari
Nathan Caddell

The Academy Awards are almost here, so we feel like it’s an opportune time to launch a new column here at BCB. You see, there are a variety of business lessons one can learn from the many properties in film and...

Jan 30, 2020
Cruise ships raise economic tides, but tread some rocky waters environmentally
Steve Burgess

They glide in and out of Coal Harbour like massive wedding cakes or, in the worst-case scenario for passengers, 15-storey petri dishes. Starting in April, typically, cruise ships are a daily presence in Vancouver for much of the year. The...

Jan 29, 2020
C&D Cares. And you should, too

BCBusiness + C&D Logistics Dana Matheson, owner of C&D Logistics in Vancouver, has a very simple reason giving back is part of his corporate strategy: “I think if you are fortunate enough to grow a profitable business then you should invest in the community that supports you,” he says. “It is...

Jan 28, 2020
5 most popular biz books from the week of January 20 to 26
Munro’s Books

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

Jan 24, 2020
BCBusiness Report Card: The all-ride-hailing edition
Nathan Caddell

Well, at least we can stop reading about doughnuts and royals. (Still very much down for royal doughnuts, though.) In case you haven’t heard, Uber and Lyft have arrived in B.C. (well, at least in Vancouver)! Get ready to be subjected to...

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