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Our May issue has been postponed—but we’ll be back in print soon

On behalf of the BCBusiness team, I hope that you, your family and your business are staying well during this uncertain time.

You might be expecting to see the May issue of BCBusiness arrive in the mail or at the newsstand, so I wanted to give you an update on the magazine. Unfortunately, due to current circumstances, we’ve had to postpone publishing an issue in May. However, we’re excited about our next issue, which will appear in early June.

If you have a subscription, I assure you that it won’t be affected by this delay. You will still receive the correct number of issues—your subscription will just expire a little later.

Please watch for the June issue of BCBusiness, which features the winners of our seventh annual 30 Under 30 competition. We could all use some good news right now, and these exceptional business leaders and entrepreneurs have inspiring stories to share.

We’re also looking forward to the July/August issue. Besides the Top 100, our annual ranking of B.C.’s biggest companies by revenue, it will take an in-depth look at how businesses and industries throughout the province can rebuild after the COVID-19 pandemic.

As always, you can visit our website, which features daily coverage of how local businesses are responding to COVID-19. If you haven’t already done so, please sign up for our e-newsletter. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

All the best, and thanks for reading! 

Nick Rockel
Editor-in-chief