Albert Van Santvoort

B.C.’s marketing industry proves robust through pandemic

Clients and expectations are growing alongside changing consumer demands

BCIT gets $16.5 million for new aerospace and biomanufacturing programs

In hopes of solving labour shortages in various industries, the provincial and federal governments have come together to provide funding to the B.C. Institute of Technology (BCIT) for a new life...

Business as usual covers up supply-line weakness

Some improvements in supply chain conditions not the result of better B2B processes

B.C. forestry group concerned about Biden's America-first project protectionism

Experts doubt U.S. industry’s ability to meet 100% of domestic demand

International student applications are booming

But even though B.C. remains a top destination, some international students are wary of subsidizing Canadian higher education

Another Oscar could soon be coming to Vancouver

VFX supervisor Bryan Litson nominated for work on Top Gun: Maverick

Oscar-winning DNEG taps VFX supervisor of Marvel’s Eternals as new Vancouver GM

One of Vancouver’s most decorated visual effects (VFX) studios is getting a new general manager. Double Negative Ltd. (DNEG), the VFX company that helped bring Oscars to Vancouver last awards...

Vancouver’s Thinkific cuts 75 more jobs after losses nearly double

Thinkific reached unicorn status upon IPO but market cap has dropped precipitously since

Looming recession, labour shortage create unprecedented matchup for new jobs minister

Brenda Bailey promoted from parliamentary secretary to minister: First month on the job

Report: Oil demand expected to start long-term decline within the decade

The drop is based on long-term social and economic trends, study author says, and demand not likely to resurge