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A labyrinth of mini-MINE-atours
Your numerology cycles November 15–30
King of Hearts trumps all jacks
More hacking exploits by Lisbeth Salander, gay aversion...
Widows of criminals doing it for themselves, the seed of...
War on Xmas: Ralphie gets a gun
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Melissa’s forgeries, Rami’s dead-on Freddie Mercury and a...
Your numerology cycles November 1–14
Vancouver's first cat cafe opens in International Village
Curl up with some new friends at International Village.
Dec 13th, 2015
Council votes 10-1 to refer pot dispensary regulations to public hearing
Vancouver City Council voted 10 to 1 in favour of referring proposed guidelines for medical marijuana dispensaries to a public hearing. The ruling was applauded on Tuesday by a crowd of people...
Apr 28th, 2015
Vancouver cat cafe slinks closer to reality with Catfé crowdfunding push
A cat café in Vancouver: this could actually happen, folks. It's to the benefit of both cat-lovers and felines in need of some love.
Apr 17th, 2014
A cat café in Vancouver: The fuzzy face of economic diversity
Michelle Furbacher wants to put Vancouver on the cat café map.
Feb 4th, 2014
Startups and the search for Canada’s untapped mother lode
The most valuable resource we control is not our water, our oil, our fish stocks or our forests. It is our people and their ideas.
Dec 16th, 2012
LOCO BC empowers local businesses to be environmentally sustainable, socially engaged, and profitable
Can environmental sustainability, community engagement and the buy-local movement really increase profits for local businesses and help them compete in the global market? LOCO BC founder and business...
Feb 8th, 2012
Top 10 reasons why businesses love Vancouver
Most Vancouverites will tell you they love living here. Now find out why businesses love being here just as much.
Sep 9th, 2011
Edelman Vancouver gives big to nonprofits
For the past four years, Edelman Vancouver, an independent public firm, has been launching an incredible corporate social responsibilty contest for local non profits called the Little Give....
Loretta A. Cella
Jun 5th, 2011
The Olympics Brought a Huge Burst of Economic Activity to Vancouver, But Many Businesses Failed to Profit
The winners were restaurants, hotels, and large retail chains, but small businesses on Granville Island and Main Street report business dwindling almost to nothing during the Games.
Mar 17th, 2010