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'Blind to women's realities': Uber and Doordash put workers at risk, find B.C. researchers

'Blind to women's realities': Uber and Doordash put workers at risk, find B.C. researchers

Gig-working apps like Uber and Doordash fail to acknowledge the realities of women workers' experiences, thus putting them at personal and financial risk, according to new study.
Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Number of new cars available to dealerships in the province hits record low
B.C. to spend up to $5 million to support tourism events

B.C. to spend up to $5 million to support tourism events

Application process launched today for events that take place after September
Why higher prices are likely for flights, hotels and restaurants

Why higher prices are likely for flights, hotels and restaurants

Tourism sector readies for best summer in years
Wage increases could slow the return to normal inflation

Wage increases could slow the return to normal inflation

Employee compensation not expected to outpace annual inflation rates until 2023
Vancouver’s Later acquired after new owner raises US$135M

Vancouver’s Later acquired after new owner raises US$135M

Acquisition deal sees Later continuing on as standalone business unit
Lululemon ups growth projection, aims to double 2021 revenue by 2026

Lululemon ups growth projection, aims to double 2021 revenue by 2026

A new trade-in and resale program is set to launch in the U.S. April 22
Canada could see 10-fold increase in registered crypto-trading platforms

Canada could see 10-fold increase in registered crypto-trading platforms

If you aren't buying cryptocurrency directly into a digital wallet, chances are your crypto assets fall under securities regulations.
Flair Airlines could be required to stop flying in Canada. Here's why

Flair Airlines could be required to stop flying in Canada. Here's why

Numerous customers are voicing their concerns.
How music industry hopes to help B.C. artists break through, make money as live shows return

How music industry hopes to help B.C. artists break through, make money as live shows return

ARC accelerator program offering workshops to at least 45 West Coast musicians over three years
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