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Why bad online reviews can sometimes be good for business

Why bad online reviews can sometimes be good for business

A new study shows that brand recognition among consumers is important in quelling negative online comments.
A new era of luxury West Vancouver living: Welcome to Executive on the Park

A new era of luxury West Vancouver living: Welcome to Executive on the Park

Executive Group breathes new life into a West Vancouver landmark
B.C. e-commerce players navigate rapid food inflation

B.C. e-commerce players navigate rapid food inflation

Grocery, meal-kit delivery services in the province face tight price-balancing act
B.C. to raise minimum wage to $15.65 on June 1

B.C. to raise minimum wage to $15.65 on June 1

Business advocates say they would have liked more notice.
Why the loonie's still 'stuck in the mud' even as oil prices surge

Why the loonie's still 'stuck in the mud' even as oil prices surge

Despite surging oil prices amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the loonie's value has depreciated since the start of the year.
Squamish optometrists offer non-invasive treatments to help dry eyes and remove fine lines

Squamish optometrists offer non-invasive treatments to help dry eyes and remove fine lines

Garibaldi Eye Care's newest technologies help alleviate discomfort and improve patient conditions
Site C dam to require 8.7% rate hike over two years: analyst

Site C dam to require 8.7% rate hike over two years: analyst

BC Hydro banking on a big bump in industrial power sales to mitigate rate hikes
How will five days of employer-paid sick leave affect your business?

How will five days of employer-paid sick leave affect your business?

The BC Chamber of Commerce is looking to gauge the impact of permanent paid sick leave on businesses in the province, and has launched a survey to collect input.
Consumer complaints against Telus up slightly, says watchdog

Consumer complaints against Telus up slightly, says watchdog

Proportion of complaints against Telus lower than its major competitors
B.C. retail sales outperform the rest of Canada in September

B.C. retail sales outperform the rest of Canada in September

Canadian retail sales dipped 0.6%, to $56.6 billion, in September, which is less than the 1.9% decline that Statistics Canada had previously forecast.
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