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Growth of Vancouver biotech companies sparks demand for specific real estate: broker

1 ora 35 min fa
A "second coming" of B.C. life sciences companies, led by heavyweight AbCellera Biologics, is sparking the development of expensive and custom-built commercial real estate space, according to Andrew Petrozzi, principal at broker Avison Young. Read More
Categorie: Canada

COVID-19: Tourism bookings start increasing as B.C. opens up

1 ora 56 min fa
Tourism in B.C. is restarting but don’t expect it to be the same as it was before the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More
Categorie: Canada

B.C. lawyer convicted of assaulting family loses bid to cancel support arrears

2 ore 41 min fa
A lawyer who was convicted of assaulting his family has lost a bid to cancel more than $90,000 in arrears in support payments. Read More
Categorie: Canada

Police investigating toxic substance found in Richmond's South Arm park

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 22:51
Several squirrels have been found dead after a toxic substance was discovered around trees in South Arm park in Richmond. Read More
Categorie: Canada

Eileen Gu dishes on new Tiffany & Co. campaign

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 22:29
A few days before the announcement that she was named a new global ambassador for Tiffany & Co., Eileen Gu excitedly shared how her tie to the American jewelry brand dates to birth. Read More
Categorie: Canada

Parking overnight on Vancouver streets may soon cost you ($45/year) and your visitors ($3/night)

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 22:03
City fee-grumblers, start your engines. Read More
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Concert announcement: TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival to host in-person performances

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 21:16
When: July 25 - July 4, various times Read More
Categorie: Canada

B.C. communities grapple with what to do with former residential and day schools

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 20:48
Note: This article references topics and details that some readers may find distressing or disturbing. Support is available via B.C.’s 24/7 First Nations and Aboriginal crisis line at 1-800-588-8717. Read More
Categorie: Canada

COVID-19 restart: B.C. lifting restrictions on recreational travel, large gatherings

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 20:44
Starting Tuesday, British Columbians can travel freely throughout the province and gather in larger numbers under Step 2 of the provincial restart plan. Read More
Categorie: Canada

Date set for pandemic-delayed inquest into 2016 in-custody death of B.C. teen

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 20:25
PORT ALBERNI — An inquest into the police-custody death of an 18-year-old Vancouver Island woman will be held in Port Alberni next week, nearly five years after she died. Read More
Categorie: Canada

Joe Mimran talks new children's collection Rise Little Earthling

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 20:00
Building a brand around a social movement isn't a new idea for Joe Mimran. Read More
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Recipes: Six Father's Day eats to treat dad

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 20:00
Serve dad a dish that will make him smile this Father's Day with one of these delicious savoury recipes. Read More
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Five tips to build the ultimate charcuterie board for Father's Day

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 20:00
So, you want to build dad a charcuterie board for Father's Day but don't know where to start? Read More
Categorie: Canada

COVID-19: B.C. lifting more restrictions on Tuesday. Here’s what you’ll be able to do

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 19:55
For the last year, 22-month-old Maddy's best friend has been a giant teddy bear named Rosco. Her parents, Kathy Leung and Terry Wong, aren't sure how Rosco is going to feel when Step 2 of the B.C. Restart plan kicks in on Tuesday, and Maddy can finally have playdates with real live friends, but they are looking forward to it. Read More
Categorie: Canada

Woman seriously injured in traffic stop in Castlegar: police watchdog

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 19:03
CASTLEGAR — British Columbia’s police watchdog says a woman suffered potentially life-threatening injuries after she was pulled over in a traffic stop in Castlegar on Saturday. Read More
Categorie: Canada

Live performances in theatres starting slowly as COVID-19 recedes

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 19:01
As the pandemic continues to recede, arts groups are taking the first tentative steps toward resuming live performances in Metro Vancouver. Some are starting next month or later in the summer and fall. At least one festival has cancelled its entire in-person season this year. Read More
Categorie: Canada

Pandemic closure of restaurants means uncertain future for flamenco dancers

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 18:14
In the world of flamenco dancing, Kasandra La China is a rarity, not just in Vancouver but in Canada. Read More
Categorie: Canada

COVID-19: Local businesses face recruitment challenges in light of Step 2 restart

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 18:12
As B.C. inches closer to Step 2 of its COVID-19 reopening plan that would include larger indoor and outdoor gatherings with a maximum of 50 people, local businesses in Metro Vancouver are struggling to meet their employee recruitment needs. Read More
Categorie: Canada

New paths to permanent residency for Hong Kong students and workers not enough: advocates

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 18:09
UBC law student Davin Wong has many friends who are excited about two new paths to permanent residency for Hong Kong students and workers with temporary resident status in Canada. Read More
Categorie: Canada

COVID-19: Canadians increasingly optimistic, vaccine hesitancy dips: poll

Lun, 14/06/2021 - 17:02
As COVID 19-cases fall and vaccinations rise, Canadians are feeling more confident about not getting sick from COVID, although concerns remain even among those who have been vaccinated, according to a new Angus Poll survey. Read More
Categorie: Canada