Top business stories of the week (May 22-26)

Donnelly Group seeks creditor protection, David Johnston feels the heat and Lululemon launches big initiatives

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Jeffrey Donnelly, founder of the Donnelly Group | Chung Chow, BIV

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Special rapporteur

Five things we learned in David Johnston's first report on foreign interference

Kirk LaPointe: Is it best we live in the dark? David Johnston seems to think so

Kirk LaPointe: The public is calling for an inquiry. Johnston and Trudeau should give us one

Life sciences

AbCellera draws $300M in government funding

Vancouver’s ‘innovation district’ set to welcome 1.7M square feet of new office space

Trading up

Indo-Pacific Strategy to help Canadian businesses rely less on China, says foreign affairs minister

Rob Shaw: Eby, ministers on an Indo-Pacific mission to diversify trade

B.C. eyes opportunities in USMCA as part of revamped trade strategy

B.C. to open office with sixth-largest trade partner

West Coast fashion giant

Lululemon promises 2,600 new jobs after exemption from some immigration rules

B.C.’s largest solar panel project takes the form of Lululemon’s logo

Pub crawl

B.C. pub chain Donnelly Group files for creditor protection

Taking flight

Air Canada briefly grounds flights due to computer system problem

WestJet pilots deal grants 24% pay raise over four years

Ottawa announces new trusted-traveller program to speed up airport lines