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Lingerie designer Christine Morton celebrates 50 years in fine fashion

Lingerie designer Christine Morton celebrates 50 years in fine fashion

The West Vancouver designer’s silk pieces have adorned some of the world’s most famous women, including Elizabeth Taylor, Chrissy Teigen, Cher and Oprah
Richmond stone business closing down after 24 years

Richmond stone business closing down after 24 years

Owner said competition and high costs force the long-time Richmond business to close down
End of an era: The first mall-based Hudson’s Bay is shutting down in Burnaby

End of an era: The first mall-based Hudson’s Bay is shutting down in Burnaby

Hudson's Bay Co. shaped Lougheed Town Centre as we know it.
Downtown Victoria businesses could get cash to spruce up storefronts

Downtown Victoria businesses could get cash to spruce up storefronts

Proposal to be considered by council this week follows a similar program in Esquimalt
Indie bookstore with a 'queer lens' opens in East Vancouver

Indie bookstore with a 'queer lens' opens in East Vancouver

"A bookstore should be a third space, where members of its community can enjoy books individually or together, and connect with writers and other readers to the extent that suits them."
Vancouver underwear maker SAXX settles patent dispute

Vancouver underwear maker SAXX settles patent dispute

Company alleged to have infringed SAXX's patents is to donate $2,500 to Testicular Cancer Foundation
Richmond's T&T Supermarket expands, plans new Canadian and U.S. stores

Richmond's T&T Supermarket expands, plans new Canadian and U.S. stores

Loblaw-owned grocer to open in the U.S., bolster Ontario footprint
Vancouver's KITS Eyecare's sales rise, stock jumps

Vancouver's KITS Eyecare's sales rise, stock jumps

CEO Roger Hardy says his company is taking revenue from incumbents
B.C. manufacturing slumps 7.3 per cent in May

B.C. manufacturing slumps 7.3 per cent in May

Canadian manufacturing rises on strength in Ontario
Aritzia's share price plunges 24-per-cent as consumers shift to essentials

Aritzia's share price plunges 24-per-cent as consumers shift to essentials

Vancouver fashion retailer's sales are shifting toward the U.S., and away from Canada
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