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Opinion: Work regains the upper hand in the battle for B.C. work-life balance

Opinion: Work regains the upper hand in the battle for B.C. work-life balance

55 per cent of employed British Columbians say work is “definitely” or “probably” taking precedence over lifestyle, up 10 points since 2021.
B.C. extends simplified licensed-patio-approval program until spring 2023

B.C. extends simplified licensed-patio-approval program until spring 2023

Also extended is the deadline to apply for permanent licensing of patios.
Why bad online reviews can sometimes be good for business

Why bad online reviews can sometimes be good for business

A new study shows that brand recognition among consumers is important in quelling negative online comments.
West Van welcomes breweries and distilleries

West Van welcomes breweries and distilleries

After missing out on the craft beer revolution, West Van is ready to allow local brews again.
B.C. e-commerce players navigate rapid food inflation

B.C. e-commerce players navigate rapid food inflation

Grocery, meal-kit delivery services in the province face tight price-balancing act
Seaspan's HoloShip charts course for future of ship design with virtual reality

Seaspan's HoloShip charts course for future of ship design with virtual reality

A new 3D immersive VR system allows ship designers at North Vancouver shipyard to walk through their plans in virtual reality.
Record year for Vancouver port volumes, but North Shore commodities down

Record year for Vancouver port volumes, but North Shore commodities down

Climate change and war are whipsawing Canada's commodities
Illegal ride-hailing easy to access in Richmond

Illegal ride-hailing easy to access in Richmond

Richmond News reporters test out illegal app-based transportation
Opinion: How to encourage vulnerability in the workplace while keeping workers safe

Opinion: How to encourage vulnerability in the workplace while keeping workers safe

An increasing number of workers are demanding a more human-centric work environment, with space to express trust and vulnerability.
Opinion: More than one in four B.C. women report ‘significant’ or ‘moderate’ gender discrimination

Opinion: More than one in four B.C. women report ‘significant’ or ‘moderate’ gender discrimination

Poor customer service the most frequently reported form of gender-based discrimination, survey finds.