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Central Okanagan tourism spending up significantly post-pandemic

Central Okanagan tourism spending up significantly post-pandemic

Kelowna tourism valued at $2.4 billion, supports 12,630 jobs, according to new report from industry association
Ale Trail part of Tri-Cities' evolving culinary scene

Ale Trail part of Tri-Cities' evolving culinary scene

Taste of Tri-Cities foodie festival involves 76 eateries, promotions for customers
B.C. winery warns of industry collapse without assistance

B.C. winery warns of industry collapse without assistance

'Can't afford to do nothing.'
Do you want AI with that? Fast food chains go digital with dynamic pricing, bots

Do you want AI with that? Fast food chains go digital with dynamic pricing, bots

Fast food restaurants are diving deeper into the digital realm, adopting strategies that range from dynamic pricing to drive-thru voice bots and weather-based menu boards.
What fine-dining chefs think about rising dietary requests

What fine-dining chefs think about rising dietary requests

Restaurants are frequently asked to adapt their dishes to suit needs related to lifestyle, health or religion
B.C. has some of the world's best train trips, report shows

B.C. has some of the world's best train trips, report shows

Rocky Mountaineer operates three B.C. train routes while VIA Rail's Canadian route between Vancouver and Toronto earned praise.
Vancouver's Fresh Prep meal-kit company expands with acquisition

Vancouver's Fresh Prep meal-kit company expands with acquisition

Deal to acquire Montreal's Cook It Recipes Inc. follows consolidation with Vancouver's Peko last year
'Immediate public safety concern': Officials explain recent liquor licence suspension at Vancouver restaurant

'Immediate public safety concern': Officials explain recent liquor licence suspension at Vancouver restaurant

People dancing was only part of the issue
Tech changes at Whistler Blackcomb to do away with gates and (most) physical passes

Tech changes at Whistler Blackcomb to do away with gates and (most) physical passes

The ski resort will make the changes for the 2024-25 season.
Update: Vancouver restaurant closed temporarily after allowing guests to dance

Update: Vancouver restaurant closed temporarily after allowing guests to dance

"We are incredibly disappointed with the government's decision and lack of empathy"
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