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Whistler tourism revenue soars thanks to busy ski season

Whistler tourism revenue soars thanks to busy ski season

RMOW Q1 financial report details busy start to 2023
City of Vancouver ups loans for PNE amphitheatre to $104M

City of Vancouver ups loans for PNE amphitheatre to $104M

City had approved lending $65M to the PNE for the new venue
As Canadian cities make pandemic patios permanent, experts call for clear standards

As Canadian cities make pandemic patios permanent, experts call for clear standards

At the height of social distancing and other restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, many Canadian cities rolled out temporary patio policies, loosening rules and waiving fees for bars and restaurants looking to seat more customers outdoors.
DoorDash to provide $10,000 grants to disaster-ravaged restaurants

DoorDash to provide $10,000 grants to disaster-ravaged restaurants

"Undetermined" number of grants to go to owners who prove business losses from natural disasters.
Three for three: Richmond hotel caught scabbing during strike three weeks in a row

Three for three: Richmond hotel caught scabbing during strike three weeks in a row

Sheraton Vancouver Airport recently got slapped with a third cease and desist from the B.C. Labour Relations Board
Vancouver slips from being most popular luxury-cruise destination

Vancouver slips from being most popular luxury-cruise destination

Strike at Port of Vancouver has yet to impact the sector.
Workers at popular Vancouver brewery plan to strike

Workers at popular Vancouver brewery plan to strike

The union says negotiations broke down last week.
Possible B.C. port strike will spare cruise ships, employers say

Possible B.C. port strike will spare cruise ships, employers say

A possible strike by British Columbia port workers will not disrupt cruise ships docked in Vancouver, Prince Rupert or Vancouver Island, employers say.
PNE gets $10M in new money from federal government

PNE gets $10M in new money from federal government

Pacific National Exhibition operates year-round and is best known for its late-summer fair
New Chinese Canadian Museum opens its doors in historic Vancouver Chinatown building

New Chinese Canadian Museum opens its doors in historic Vancouver Chinatown building

The museum hopes to tell the "full history."
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