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This eyewear with Indigenous flair is named after B.C.’s top health officials

This eyewear with Indigenous flair is named after B.C.’s top health officials

Dr. Bonnie Henry and Adrian Dix now have some snazzy optical frames featuring indigenous art named after them.
Federal small business minister promises to help Sea to Sky enterprises

Federal small business minister promises to help Sea to Sky enterprises

However, few specifics were provided by Mary Ng
Twitter must face Frank Giustra defamation suit in B.C., court rules

Twitter must face Frank Giustra defamation suit in B.C., court rules

Twitter must answer to a defamation lawsuit from West Vancouver billionaire Frank Giustra in Canada, the B.C. Supreme Court has ruled.
Whistler entrepreneur talks small business with PM

Whistler entrepreneur talks small business with PM

Trudeau has been meeting virtually with business owners for input on recovery
Canadian Coast Guard's John Cabot, new scientific ship, on its way to East Coast

Canadian Coast Guard's John Cabot, new scientific ship, on its way to East Coast

The Canadian Coast Guard’s new John Cabot offshore fisheries science vessel has sailed out of Victoria toward its home port of St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Here's why Air Canada says it is using influencers during the COVID-19 pandemic

Here's why Air Canada says it is using influencers during the COVID-19 pandemic

While there currently isn't a law against travel outside of Canada during the pandemic, the federal government says you should avoid non-essential travel outside Canada until further notice
'Roll with the punches': Indigenous business owners in B.C. reflect on COVID-19

'Roll with the punches': Indigenous business owners in B.C. reflect on COVID-19

First Nation business owners and managers share how they felt when the Coronavirus pandemic hit and how they managed to make it through troubled waters
Cream Pony: New fried chicken and donuts restaurant opening in North Vancouver

Cream Pony: New fried chicken and donuts restaurant opening in North Vancouver

A new fast-casual venture that's not afraid of little frying oil. 🍩🍗
Cypress brings in pay parking on Hollyburn

Cypress brings in pay parking on Hollyburn

The free ride no longer abides at Cypress Provincial Park
These are some of the most noteworthy Vancouver restaurant closures of 2020

These are some of the most noteworthy Vancouver restaurant closures of 2020

Though 2020 in the Vancouver restaurant scene will go on record as "the one with the remarkable pivots," it's still a year that saw a staggering number of closures.