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Jun 15, 2018
Go Figure: The raw numbers around the province’s sushi habit
Melissa Edwards

Sources: Provincial health authorities; City of Vancouver; Spacing.ca; ChopValue Manufacturing; B.C. Ministry of Agriculture...

Jun 4, 2018
Bill Reid Gallery reopens its $1.8-million renovated space June 8
Aleena Deandra

The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art celebrates its 10th anniversary on Saturday, June 16, and Sunday, June 17, with free admission, performances, inaugural artist residencies, tea and bannock. Its recently completed $1.8-million renovation exhibition space features a new mezzanine...

May 28, 2018
Imagine Your Life in the Kootenays

BCBusiness + Imagine Kootenay Imagine living in the mountains, surrounded by nature. Imagine trading the daily grind for a simpler life with a short commute. Imagine downsizing your Metro Vancouver mortgage and upsizing to a home twice the size in the Kootenays. A...

May 16, 2018
6 Simple Desk Stretches for Busy Professionals
By BCBusiness

Sitting at a desk for a minimum of 8 hours per day, plus an hour commute to work really takes a toll on the body. These prolonged static postures put our body at risk for injury and also hinders performance for gym goer’s. As we have transitioned into a society...

May 9, 2018
Why B.C.’s floriculture industry is blooming in challenging times
Melissa Edwards

That’s how many locally grown tulips are sold at Burnaby’s United Flower Growers in May. During the company’s biggest month of the year, Mother’s Day and spring bedding season bring North America’s largest flower auction $4 million in sales—a 75-percent...

May 3, 2018
The New Approach to Golf is Inclusive, Fun and Adventuresome

BCBusiness + Campbell River Golf & Country Club When one of Canada’s most successful and renowned golf course architects — Graham Cooke of Northern Golf Design — redesigns a golf course, it’s fair to say it’s going to be impressive. Welcome to Campbell...

Apr 25, 2018
New and Improved April: The latest developments in the world of lifestyle, from coffee to cars (and more!)
Felicity Stone

Dine/ Courtney Street, near Victoria’s Inner Harbour, will soon welcome a namesake restaurant. The Magnolia Hotel & Spa expects the Courtney Room to open in late April. The menu, under chef Sam Harris (right), formerly of Agrius Restaurant, will feature local and seasonal products with a French twist. Sip/ Burnaby-based OneCoffee, which...

Apr 20, 2018
Office Space: Regus Group's Burnaby digs will make you want to work
Felicity Stone

Regus Group, based in Atlanta, provides furnished workspaces for rent in more than 3,000 business centres worldwide. The company’s year-old facility at the corner of Willingdon Avenue and Lougheed Highway in Burnaby offers traditional private offices, but the focus is...

Apr 12, 2018
Vancouver-based meat company makes important acquisition
By the Editors

Vancouver company Meatme.ca, an online platform that delivers sustainably and ethically raised meat, has acquired a fellow B.C. business in the Barons Meat Company. It’s an arrangement that makes sense on the surface, as Barons prioritized a farming system that is "more than organic," "beyond pastured" and “as close to wild...

Mar 15, 2018
Watercooler: What's in a car name?
Steve Burgess

What’s a Camry? Is there an English translation of Acura? Is Qashqai a New Delhi game show? How many calories are there in Previa? Should I be concerned if my doctor says I have a severe abdominal Lexus? Car brands are...

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