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Fossil fuel divestment fever hits UBC and Canadian campuses
HTML500 in Vancouver: the future of digital literacy
Why plummeting oil prices may hasten Canada's shift to...
Five movies about women and a Johnny Depp dud
Is affordable housing in Vancouver sailing away?
Ambassador Doer says Obama risks surge in oil trains by...
Squamish council votes down LNG pipeline drill tests
Your numerology cycles January 16 – 31
Alberta felon found hiding inside sofa
Stephen Harper versus Avaaz: a tale of two worlds
Stephanie Ostler is a designer who owns The Devil May Wear clothing shop on Main Street.
Changing Locations Puts Stress on Small Business Owners Who Are Going it Alone
It sure ain't easy moving a furniture store when you've got a broken knee and you have to do it on your own. Keep your cool and maybe it'll work out.
Feb 1st, 2010
Death by Retail: Michael Jackson's Journey into the Business of Retail
When you share your name with the biggest pop star of the past 25 years, you have two choices: change your name or embrace it. Michael Jackson of Vancouver, BC chose the latter path, moonwalking...
Jan 12th, 2010
Tips to Protect Your Business Against Disaster
With recent fires destroying buildings on Main and Broadway and Kingsway and Broadway, local small business owners are thinking twice about how to protect themselves. It’s not only the loss of your...
Dec 30th, 2009
Open for Business
I started my current company, Devil May Wear at the extremely young age of 17 thinking, "This will be easy. I’ve worked for small businesses and I’ve made clothing my whole life. Becoming a...
Dec 31st, 2009