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Comeau decision leaves mixed business reaction

Canadian Supreme Court says provincial government monopolies may exist, although they cannot explicitly prohibit another province’s goods

Comeau loses case but judgment good news for B.C. wine

Canada's top court rules that any provincial measure that is a tariff, or like a tariff, is unconstitutional

Vancouver to allow separate liquor stores in grocery stores

City council continues its ban on allowing wine on grocery store shelves

Vancouver has worst housing affordability ever recorded in Canada: RBC

82.5% of average household’s income necessary to finance a Vancouver home

Court ruling shows risk of pre-sale contracts as unsuspecting buyers lose homes

Buyers’ agreements overturned as judgment gives lenders priority in recouping funds

Why workplace wardrobes still matter

Appropriate dress can heighten confidence while assisting in connections with clients

Victoria to change B.C.-wine labelling restrictions

Winemakers from four new provincial regions can put those places on the label

Vancouver to require Airbnb hosts display business licence numbers in ads

Fines for non-compliance set at up to $1,000 per day

Tsawwassen megamall gains new tenants and critics

Massive parking lot servicing Tsawwassen Mills and Tsawwassen Commons raises land-use concerns

Vancouver’s largest cruise season in eight years to start April 10

The 2018 season is expected to include a visit from a 4,000-passenger ship – the largest that the city has ever seen