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Sep 1, 2017
B.C.'s Lonetree Cider claims prizes at World Cider Awards
By BCBusiness

It's going to be a hot long weekend. In that spirit, here's to Lonetree Cider Co., which took home four prizes at the recent World Cider Awards in London. The Vancouver-based company won gold in the Flavoured/Fruits & Flower division for its Pear &...

Aug 23, 2017
B.C. brewers take home the hardware at World Beer Awards
By BCBusiness

Two B.C. breweries were big winners at the recent World Beer Awards in London—and neither hails from Vancouver, which fancies itself the province's epicentre of craft beer. Nanaimo’s White Sails Brewing took the world’s best black IPA category for its...

Aug 18, 2017
Attention, B-ball fans: Vancouver Basketball Showcase launches in 2018
By BCBusiness

Since Vancouver lost its NBA franchise, the Grizzlies, to Memphis 16 years ago (grrr!), the city has been starved for basketball. Well, relief is in sight: the Vancouver Basketball Showcase, launching November 2018. Taking place at the Vancouver Convention Centre, this...

Aug 15, 2017
Eight is enough for your own private dinner at No. 1 Gaoler’s Mews
Nick Rockel

If you’re planning a dinner out with friends, how about a little privacy? L’Abattoir, the brick-and-beam room in Vancouver’s Gastown where co-founders Paul Grunberg and chef Lee Cooper have served French-influenced West Coast cuisine since 2010, recently launched the perfect...

Jul 27, 2017
Battle of the bras
By BCBusiness

The Vancouver-based athleisurewear company claims that four of Under Armour’s sports bras are similar to Lululemon Athletica Inc.'s Energy Bra and that “Under Armour’s unauthorized acts have caused and will continue to cause irreparable damage to Lululemon and its business.” In...

Jul 26, 2017
Can money buy happiness? Here's what the latest research says
By BCBusiness

For years people have told us that buying experiences, not things, is the key to a happy life. A new study from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences appears to burst that bubble. After analyzing 10,000 responses to a national survey...

Jul 21, 2017
New Ways for Business Travellers to Explore the Sunshine Coast

BCBusiness + Sunshine Coast Nestled in the southwest corner of mainland British Columbia you will discover one of our province’s most beautiful destinations: the Sunshine Coast. With its laid-back atmosphere, craggy bluffs, rocky shorelines, pristine lakes and dense rainforests, the Sunshine Coast has something to offer year-round, whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure...

Jul 19, 2017
Poll: How much do you plan to spend on your summer vacation?

In April, Mustel Group conducted a poll for BCBusiness, asking 228 B.C. residents: How much do you plan to spend on your summer vacation? It’s not surprising that younger people were more likely to spend less, not only because of...

Jul 19, 2017
Facebook reaction favours Squamish over South Surrey for proposed Great Wolf Lodge
By BCBusiness

The Jim Pattison-owned chain of family-style resorts has been looking at Squamish for a few years. Recent confirmation from Great Wolf Lodge vice-president Keith Simmonds confirms the company is considering South Surrey for a reported $150-million, 400-room hotel and water-park...

Jul 10, 2017
5 ways to plan for retirement

BCBusiness + Raymond James Financial Planning Ltd. Retirement planning can be daunting, but it doesn't have to be. Cindy David, who is one of the top estate planners in the country, suggests a comprehensive range of services that include financial planning, tax, and investment-advisory services to prepare your retirement plan. David, who incorporated under Cindy David Financial...

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