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.
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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/
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Saje Natural Wellness CEO Kate Ross LeBlanc talks about the value of retail in this week’s Living/Working section.
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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.
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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
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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/
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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/.
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Tyler Orton discusses Aurora Cannabis buying Anandia Labs in a $155m deal. Plus: Jollibee Restaurants to open 100 Canadian stores
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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/
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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."
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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
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Big Rock Urban general manager JM Pelland explains what goes into opening a restaurant
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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/
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Vancouver Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson
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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
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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.
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BIV reporter Hayley Woodin discusses the latest inflation numbers from Statistics Canada and the Canadian launch of DAZN, the so-called Netflix of sports
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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/
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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/
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Shirlaws Canada founder Alan Oishi explains why companies should empower employees to create change in their organizations.
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Business in Vancouver and the Chartered Professional Accountants of BC have once again partnered to recognize and celebrate the top CFOs in British Columbia. Join us on June 2, 2016 at the The Four Seasons Hotel. Register at: https://www.eply.com/BCCFOAwards2016
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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.
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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/
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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
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Paladin Security president and CEO Ashley Cooper delves into managing growth at a booming company
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Deloitte Canada's B.C. leader for technology explains why Vancouver is a hotbed for cloud computing
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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/
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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
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Tyler Orton discusses Canadian Tire acquiring Helly Hansen. Plus: Bank of Canada's mortgage "stress test" rate climbs
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Hayley Woodin discusses Hootsuite exploring a sale for at least $750m. Plus: FAO Schwarz makes Canadian debut this holiday season
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Mélanie Joly – minister of tourism, official languages and La Francophonie – shares her portfolio priorities.
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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
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LNG Canada says it’s awarded $937 million in contracts and Hainan Airlines says it will begin offering the first direct flights between Vancouver and China are the stories Tyler Orton and the BIV team are following. See more at https://biv.com/
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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
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