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Former Whistler Chamber head appointed as president and CEO of BC Chamber of Commerce

Former Whistler Chamber head appointed as president and CEO of BC Chamber of Commerce

Fiona Famulak is the second Whistler Chamber alumnus in a row to assume the position
Squeezed retailers may liquidate or merge

Squeezed retailers may liquidate or merge

Savvy, nimble operators could find opportunities amidst pandemic carnage that are impossible to resist
B.C. loses 6,600 businesses amid pandemic

B.C. loses 6,600 businesses amid pandemic

Latest data shows province making up losses since height of pandemic restrictions
EPICURIOUS: The Drop Coffee Bar picks up where it left off at the dawn of the pandemic

EPICURIOUS: The Drop Coffee Bar picks up where it left off at the dawn of the pandemic

Summit Lodge’s newest café concept serves speciality coffee, grab-and-go breakfast and—wait for it—bubble tea 
‘I felt they were incredibly condescending and belittling’

‘I felt they were incredibly condescending and belittling’

Residents fired up after town hall regarding closure of Scotiabank’s Pemberton branch
B.C. places 15% cap on fees charged by meal-delivery companies

B.C. places 15% cap on fees charged by meal-delivery companies

The 15% cap on fees charged to restaurants goes into effect on December 27
What will the nature of work be post-pandemic?

What will the nature of work be post-pandemic?

Working from home and video-conferencing likely here to stay, experts say
B.C. extends liquor delivery until Halloween

B.C. extends liquor delivery until Halloween

The temporary authorization was set to expire on Wednesday
Whistler Farmers’ Market seeks new 
site for season

Whistler Farmers’ Market seeks new 
site for season

Local farmers face challenging year if popular market cancelled