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Arc'Teryx vs. Adidas: Footwear giant ordered to drop Terrex brand in Vancouver store

Arc'Teryx vs. Adidas: Footwear giant ordered to drop Terrex brand in Vancouver store

Vancouver apparel company says Adidas Kitsilano store name too close to its own
Vancouver lawyer suspended 'to protect public,' after launching lawsuit against neighbour

Vancouver lawyer suspended 'to protect public,' after launching lawsuit against neighbour

Naomi Arbabi sought $1,000 per day from neighbour for blocking her ocean view
Vehicle sales posted biggest annual jump last year since 1997: DesRosiers

Vehicle sales posted biggest annual jump last year since 1997: DesRosiers

TORONTO — Auto sales jumped 11.8 per cent in 2023 compared with the year before as vehicle supply continued to improve, according to DesRosiers Automotive Consultants. The report says it was the biggest year-over-year increase in sales since 1997.

Vancouver region closes out 2023 with higher home sales, average price of $1.17M

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouversays December home sales rose compared with a year earlier as the region closed out 2023 with balanced market conditions despite high borrowing costs.
Kamloops research project focuses on sexual harassment in the restaurant industry

Kamloops research project focuses on sexual harassment in the restaurant industry

Initial trends indicate sexual harassment 'very widespread'
B.C. union representing Lower Mainland transit workers issues 72-hour strike notice

B.C. union representing Lower Mainland transit workers issues 72-hour strike notice

BURNABY, B.C. — A union representing more than 180 transit workers in B.C. has issued a 72-hour strike notice. CUPE Local 4500 represents workers employed by the Coast Mountain Bus Company, which runs transit operations for all of Metro Vancouver.
B.C. biotech Zymeworks gets $50M private placement

B.C. biotech Zymeworks gets $50M private placement

Private placement boosts biotech's stock price
Reduced office values promise a tax hit to other property classes

Reduced office values promise a tax hit to other property classes

Value shifts compound the impact of municipal budget increases
Rob Shaw: Odds stacked against BC NDP’s restricted public drug-use legislation

Rob Shaw: Odds stacked against BC NDP’s restricted public drug-use legislation

Experts, advocates at loggerheads with province as constitutionality of legislation awaits the courts
BC Hydro fined $710K for repeated 'high-risk' safety violations at Site C dam

BC Hydro fined $710K for repeated 'high-risk' safety violations at Site C dam

WorkSafeBC found BC Hydro "failed to establish and maintain a system of regulatory compliance, a high-risk violation."