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Mar 13, 2020
After Hours: What to do in March 2020
By the Editors

Lego blocks have been used to build models of everything from the Millennium Falcon to the Statue of Liberty. Now Australian Ryan (the BrickMan) McNaught, one of only a dozen certified Lego professionals in the world, is using them to...

Mar 12, 2020
10 Things You Didn't Know About... Traction on Demand founder and CEO Greg Malpass
Nathan Caddell

Greg Malpass's LinkedIn profile states that he went to the "School of hard knocks." And while that isn't literally true (the Nelson native did a BBA at SFU), he did learn hard and fast lessons while starting a company in...

Law
Mar 12, 2020
Opinion: How to manage COVID-19 in the workplace
By BCBusiness

The Coronavirus (also known as novel Covid-19) outbreak has spread to at least 65 countries and has resulted in illness in almost 100,000 people with over 3,000 deaths, and no end in sight to the spread of the illness. Governments...

Mar 11, 2020
5 most popular Canadian biz books from the week of March 2 to 8
Munro’s Books

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

Mar 10, 2020
Small Shippers in a Big World
Jessica Kirby

When you’re a multi-national corporation sending a hundred plus shipments daily, the carriers listen. You have the buying power and maybe even a large logistics department to make sure your freight moves as it should, when it should, for the price it should. But what about small and medium sized businesses?

Mar 10, 2020
Big Fat Deal: $5.6 million to live damn nice on Beaver Creek
Steve Burgess

Address: 585 Beaver Creek Road, Beaverdekk, B.C. Price: $5,679,000 Listing: 10181389 The skinny: Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, 5548 square feet, 670 acre ranch. The bling: Looking for the perfect getaway? How about a place that doesn’t even exist? Getaways don’t any more away than that. The location of...

Mar 9, 2020
TUEX Education: Tutoring Vancouver On the Go
Jessica Kirby

BCBusiness +TUEX Education More than 20 years ago, Alfred Chien was working as a banker and tutoring 30 or 40 students on the side. He remembers the day he received a call from a single mother who needed academic help for her grade 9 son. “After I talked to her for 15...

Mar 9, 2020
Pot Shots: The jury is still out on CBD
Guy Saddy

Gather ’round, ladies and gents! You sir, with your thumbs hooked into the belt loops of your dungarees! Come on in, get a little closer. We’re all friends, right? And as your friend, it is a true honour to share...

Mar 6, 2020
Opinion: 7 female B.C. business leaders to follow on International Women’s Day
Darian Kovacs

On March 8, we mark International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the immeasurable achievements and contributions of women. This day isn’t reserved for any particular country, industry or organization, but for each and every woman out there. Whether they’re an established CEO, a new mother or a girl on...

Mar 6, 2020
BCBusiness Report Card: Vancouver video games and what the BCLC can learn from JoJo
Nathan Caddell

Temperatures are supposed to dip below freezing this weekend, as Mother Nature apparently needs a reminder that it’s March in Vancouver. Where are the cherry blossoms, girl? We’re going to assume that the weather is the reason all these people are...

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