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Vancouver's Electra Meccanica pushes government to create more clean tech manufacturing
 
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Jerry Kroll, CEO of Electra Meccanica, discusses the company's solo passenger electric car. Kroll highlights concerns about the province's competitiveness in the global market.
Views: 1698 Business In Vancouver
Business in Vancouver — Are bike lanes good for business?
 
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Steve Da Cruz, co-owner of The Parker restaurant in Vancouver's Chinatown neighbourhood, describes how business declined 30% shortly after a separated bike lane was added to Union Street in the summer of 2013. A year later, however, business is better than ever. Story: http://www.biv.com/article/20140527/BIV0114/305279993/-1/BIV/bikes-good-for-businesses-group-says
Views: 1206 Business In Vancouver
Business in Vancouver: Living/Working, feat. Kate Ross LeBlanc
 
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Saje Natural Wellness CEO Kate Ross LeBlanc talks about the value of retail in this week’s Living/Working section.
Views: 1387 Business In Vancouver
Whitecaps move into new $32.5 million training facility at UBC
 
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The Vancouver Whitecaps have moved into their new 38,000-square-foot National Soccer Development Centre at the University of British Columbia (UBC). Fifteen years in the making, the facility opened its doors to the team June 14. It will be the home training facility for the Whitecaps’ Major League Soccer and United Soccer League teams, as well as its residency teams. Read more of Kirthana Sasitharan's and Sean Yoon's reporting at https://www.biv.com/article/2017/6/whitecaps-move-new-325-million-training-facility-u/
Views: 1343 Business In Vancouver
What will tax changes mean for B.C. businesses
 
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Iain Black, the president and CEO of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade weighs in on the federal government’s proposed small business tax changes. Iain joins Business in Vancouver's Hayley Woodin on Roundhouse Radio 98.3. Tune in weekdays from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Vancouver on 98.3 FM or online at https://roundhouseradio.com/
What’s destabilizing B.C.’s wild salmon stocks?
 
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Salmon stock are crashing but what is the cause? Managers from the Seymour Salmon Society and Capilano Salmon Hatchery about the declining wild salmon stock. Fisherman John Stevens discusses the problems he and other fisherman face in light of declining stock, disease and climate change.
Vancouver mayoral candidate: Hector Bremner
 
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Business in Vancouver is speaking to Vancouver’s mayoral candidates about their platforms, and why they’re running. This episode features mayoral candidate Hector Bremner, representing Yes Vancouver. Tyler Orton host, see more at https://biv.com/.
Shauna Sylvester, Vancouver mayoral candidate
 
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On BIV Today… Business in Vancouver is speaking to Vancouver’s mayoral candidates about their platforms, and why they’re running. This episode features mayoral candidate Shauna Sylvester, running as an Independent. Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin host, see more at https://biv.com/
Ken Sim,  Vancouver mayoral candidate
 
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Business in Vancouver is speaking to Vancouver’s mayoral candidates about their platforms, and why they’re running. This episode features mayoral candidate Ken Sim, representing the Non-Partisan Association. Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin host, see more at https://biv.com/
Business in Vancouver: Living/Working, feat. Carl Robinson
 
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Vancouver Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson
Produce distribution hub threatened by major traffic conversion
 
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Business in Vancouver spoke to FreshPoint Vancouver president Bryan Uyesugi and Emerald Earth Foods owner Felix Roesner on how the city's proposal to convert Malkin Avenue into an arterial may threaten a produce distribution hub known as "Produce Row."
BIV on Global BC: Lower real estate prices for Metro Van; FS Insurance group accused of $47m fraud
 
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Tyler Orton discusses a report that predicts lower real estate prices for Metro Vancouver. Plus: FS Insurance Group accused of $47m in investment fraud
Kennedy Stewart, Vancouver mayoral candidate
 
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Business in Vancouver is speaking to Vancouver’s mayoral candidates about their platforms, and why they’re running. This episode features mayoral candidate Kennedy Stewart, running as an Independent. Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin host, see more at https://biv.com/
Article CEO Aamir Baig talks tackling the supply chain
 
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Over the next three to five years, Vancouver-based Article says it will become a billion-dollar brand: one that tackles supply chain inefficiencies in order to deliver designer furniture to homes, at cheaper prices. Read the full story at BIV.com: www.biv.com/article/2016/12/articlecom-targets-online-supply-chain-efficiencie/
Views: 4709 Business In Vancouver
BIV on Global BC: Aurora Cannabis buys Anandia Labs; Jollibee to open 100 Canadian stores
 
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Tyler Orton discusses Aurora Cannabis buying Anandia Labs in a $155m deal. Plus: Jollibee Restaurants to open 100 Canadian stores
BIV on Global BC: Greater Vancouver home sales drop; China's real estate buyers head to Montreal
 
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Tyler Orton discusses Greater Vancouver home sales dropping more than 37%. Plus: New taxes send China's real estate buyers to Montreal
The Expo 86 Effect
 
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Business in Vancouver sits down with Expo 86 chairman Jim Pattison and former Premier Bill Vander Zalm to discuss the economic impacts of the world's fair on Vancouver. Parts of this video features footage from Yaletown Productions Inc.
Hootsuite opens new office in Vancouver
 
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Hootsuite takes media through a tour of HQ2, which opened to employees in the late spring of 2014. The new facility sits just a few blocks from HQ1, where the other half of the social media management firm's workforce is stationed out of.
Views: 1247 Business In Vancouver
CEO For A Day - Goldcorp
 
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Goldcorp CEO Chuck Jeannes explains why he let Simon Fraser University business student Ryan Smith shadow him for a day
Business In Vancouver — Behind The Scenes: How to open a restaurant
 
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Big Rock Urban general manager JM Pelland explains what goes into opening a restaurant
U.S. trade rep says Canada needs to make concessions on NAFTA
 
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U.S. trade rep says Canada needs to make concessions on NAFTA and employees using work phones for fun are the stories that Tyler Orton and the BIV team are following this afternoon. See more at https://biv.com/
B.C. farmer goes high-tech to prevent his berries from rotting in transit
 
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A Richmond-based organic farmer wants to capitalize on the growing reputation of B.C. blueberries by increasing their shelf life to allow more consumers in Asia to enjoy the taste – and health benefits – of the fruit. Fred Liu, founder and owner of Lohas Farm Inc., has been in the business for roughly a decade and has been successful in selling to consumers and distributors in markets like Taiwan and mainland China. But he said that B.C.’s short blueberry season and the fruit’s limited shelf life make business at the small farm a constant guessing game. For more of Chuck Chiang's reporting go to https://www.biv.com/article/2017/8/bc-berry-farmer-targets-asian-enzyme-drink-market/
Mother's Day brings Burnaby flower market to life
 
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The week leading up to Mother's Day is the busiest time of the year for flower growers and buyers in the Lower Mainland. Many flowers are bought and sold in early morning auctions inside the United Flower Growers' warehouse in south Burnaby.
Gölök Buday, Vancouver mayoral candidate
 
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On BIV Today… Business in Vancouver is speaking to Vancouver’s mayoral candidates about their platforms, and why they’re running. This episode features mayoral candidate Gölök Buday, running as an Independent. Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin host, see more at https://biv.com/
Business In Vancouver: JJ Wilson, Kit and Ace
 
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Kit and Ace brand director JJ Wilson talks about his business
Views: 3687 Business In Vancouver
Business in Vancouver: Living/Working, feat. Neil Huff
 
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Neil Huff talks about the future of B.C.’s cleantech industry in this week’s Living/Working section. The managing director of the Foresight Cleantech Accelerator Centre, who previously headed Ballard’s lithium battery division, believes this sector has yet to meet its full potential in B.C.
Vancouver mayoral debate (2018)
 
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Watch the full Vancouver mayoral debate hosted by Glacier Media on September 17, 2018. Dialogue starts at 2:25.
Views: 3790 Business In Vancouver
CEO For A Day - First West Credit Union
 
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First West Credit Union CEO Launi Skinner explains why she let University of British Columbia business student Akaash Bali shadow him for a day
BIV on Global BC Feb 18 2016 Canada Jetlines, oil prices
 
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Reporter Tyler Orton discusses Richmond-based budget carrier Canada Jetlines' new plans for lift off, as well as why the OECD is downgrading its forecast for the Canadian economy
Business in Vancouver: Living/Working, feat. Vincent Wauters
 
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Vincent Wauters, president of B.C.-based apparel maker Arc'teryx, talks about finding new markets in the U.S. and China in this week's Living/Working section.
Canada's new tourism minister on travel, China and wildfires
 
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Mélanie Joly – minister of tourism, official languages and La Francophonie – shares her portfolio priorities.
Business in Vancouver: Living/Working, feat. Alan Oishi
 
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Shirlaws Canada founder Alan Oishi explains why companies should empower employees to create change in their organizations.
2016 BC CFO Awards | Personal Profile: Jennifer Archibald, Cardiome Pharma Corp.
 
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Business in Vancouver and the Chartered Professional Accountants of BC awarded the top CFOs in British Columbia on June 2, 2016. Here's a personal look at our winners beyond their job titles.
BIV on Global January 24: 2018: Ten Safeway B.C. Safeway stores face closure
 
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BIV's Tyler Orton on the planned closure of 10 B.C. Safeway stores; Plus: Cara's purchase of Keg restaurants in $200 million deal
BIV on Global BC: Hootsuite exploring sale; FAO Schwarz' Canadian debut
 
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Hayley Woodin discusses Hootsuite exploring a sale for at least $750m. Plus: FAO Schwarz makes Canadian debut this holiday season
Vancouver mayoral candidate: David Chen
 
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On BIV Today… Business in Vancouver is speaking to Vancouver’s mayoral candidates about their platforms, and why they’re running. This episode features mayoral candidate David Chen, representing ProVancouver. Hayley Woodin and Tyler Orton host, see more at https://biv.com/
Vancouver housing market expected to slow and B.C. insurance group are facing fraud allegations
 
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Metro Vancouver housing market expected to slow in coming years and Senior leadership at a B.C. insurance group are facing fraud allegations totalling $47 million are the stories Tyler Orton and the BIV team are following. See more at https://biv.com/
BIV on Global BC: Searches by homebuyers from China surging; Legal pot shop in Vancouver?
 
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Tyler Orton discusses the increase in searches by potential homebuyers from China using Juwai.com in Vancouver. Plus: Legal pot shop could be headed to Vancouver
BIV on Global BC: Canada Post strikes leading to backlog; Canada, UK push for Facebook privacy
 
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Hayley Woodin discusses Canada Post saying rotating strikes are leading to a huge backlog. Plus: Canada and U.K. unite in push for Facebook privacy hearing
BIV on Global BC January 15, 2018: Sears Canada closes its last stores, cannabis jobs
 
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BIV reporter Hayley Woodin discusses Sears Canada closing its last stores
3 things to know about marijuana in the workplace (sponsored content)
 
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(Sponsored content): Drew Demerse, partner at Roper Greyell LLP, discusses three key things employers should know regarding marijuana in the workplace. To learn more about BIV's upcoming Business Excellence Series event on Legalizing Cannabis, visit: biv.com/events.
BIV on Global September 15 - A sunset clause for NAFTA
 
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BIV reporter Hayley Woodin discusses a potential sunset clause for NAFTA
Diplomat bullish on B.C. trade with China: Liu Fei Interview
 
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Six years can be an eternity for a diplomat, whose term at a posting can be as short as a year and usually lasts no more than three or four. That makes Liu Fei – China’s consul general and top official representative in Vancouver since 2011 – a rarity among diplomatic circles. But the long term also means that she has been witness to (and, at times, at the helm of) some important moments during the evolution of B.C.’s trade relationship with China under ChristyClark’s Liberal government, which also started in 2011. Now, just as a new BC NDP-BC Green Party minority government led by John Horgan is set to take the reins in B.C., Liu is ending her time in Vancouver and returning to Beijing at the end of August. During her term, B.C.’s commodity exports to China grew to $6.2 billion – 18.4% of the provincial total. For more of Chuck Chiang's reporting go to https://www.biv.com/article/2017/8/diplomat-bullish-bc-trade-china-under-ndp/

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