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Dec 3, 2018
5 most popular Canadian biz books from the week of November 26 to December 2
Munro’s Books

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

Dec 3, 2018
Best Cities for Work in B.C. 2019
Andrew Macaulay

In our fifth annual ranking of B.C.’s best cities for work, we have a former No. 1 back in the top spot, a handful of reliable contenders and a lively shakeup of the rest. This year’s list features a retuned methodology, three new indicators and an expanded LIST of 46 communities that adds several challengers

Nov 30, 2018
B.C.'s Pot Players: The Cultivator
Nathan Caddell

To mark the recent legalization of recreational marijuana, we check in with some of the key players in the B.C. cannabis world. From pot growers to government officials to medical professionals, meet the people helping move the industry forward and keep British Columbians safe. Today’s subject is Dan Kriznic, founder, chairman and CEO of Invictus MD Strategies Corp.

Nov 30, 2018
New report card puts B.C. tech sector at the top of the Canadian class, but talent and scale challenges remain
Nick Rockel

Waiting for a report card can be stressful—especially when it takes two years. But as it turns out, the latest British Columbia technology report card contains mostly good news for the province’s tech sector. Professional services firm KPMG and the BC Tech...

Nov 29, 2018
Big Fat Deal: $9 million for a six-storey batcave in Whistler
Fiona Morrow

Address: 3350 Panorama Ridge, Whistler Price: $8,998,000 Listing: W038528 The skinny: Four-bedroom, five-bathroom, 4,704-square-foot chalet in Whistler The bling: Batcave alert: this six-storey Whistler icon is built into a cliff, is accessed via an elevator from underground and features an indoor-outdoor waterway that flows through...

Nov 29, 2018
Entry Level: Sabrina Chammas Doumet wants to work with you
Nathan Caddell

When Sabrina Chammas Doumet was one, her parents took a look around their war-torn hometown of Beirut and made sure she could inherit their Canadian citizenship. The move came in handy after Doumet decided to go to school in the...

Nov 28, 2018
Travel: How to eat on the road
Charlene Rooke

Breakfast meetings, working lunches and business dinners are more important to work travel than you think. Just ask Oxford psychology professor Charles Spence, author of Gastrophysics: The New Science of Eating (like Freakonomics for the foodie set), which examines how...

Nov 27, 2018
What the latest polling statistics tell us about B.C.'s electoral referendum
Nathan Caddell

We won’t know the results of the B.C. electoral referendum until December 7 at the earliest (when the packages are due), but some recent statistics released by Elections BC might give us an indication on what we can expect. According to...

Nov 27, 2018
Vancouver Expo Dec. 9-11 is the Must-attend Event for Everything Cannabis

BCBusiness + O'Cannabiz Conference and Expo Vancouver In many ways, Ottawa’s legalization of pot for recreational purposes has generated more questions than answers for potential business investors and others who are curious about participating in this new market—and that’s why the organizers...

Nov 27, 2018
Inventory: Athleisure is here to stay
Aleena Deandra

A lifestyle shift and the ascent of Lululemon created athleisure, a trend that has reached beyond activewear’s traditional market—those who exercise—and become a culture in itself. Now, people wear yoga pants like they would jeans and will buy anything with...

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