Glen Korstrom

B.C. drinkers are buying less wine but paying more

Vancouver International Wine Festival may enhance preference for premium wines

Beedie charity to provide $6.9m in student scholarships

Real estate developer Ryan Beedie launched his grant program for students in 2018 with a $50m donation

Resurrecting office retail spaces in downtown Vancouver

High office vacancies, hybrid work environments and street safety concerns have not stopped post-pandemic demand for retail space in downtown Vancouver office buildings

Robin Silvester to leave Vancouver Fraser Port Authority CEO post

Silvester had led Canada's largest port authority for 14 years

Lululemon shares spike after hours on strong earnings

Share price popped more than 11 per cent in after-hours trading

Protest urges B.C. law to improve convenience store safety at night

Aim is to have government reinstate parts of Grant's Law, to reduce risks to night workers

Vancouver's Broadway subway construction racks up lawsuits

Contractor Basalite Concrete Products is latest to sue for unpaid bill

BC Hotel Association strikes sustainability partnerships

New pacts with Sustainable Hospitality Alliance and Biospere Tourism are expected to benefit members

YVR passenger volume climbs, remains down 8.7 per cent from 2019

Drop in non-stop flights to China continues to be a drag on passenger volume

Lifted Canadian pandemic restrictions help pump tourist spending

Year-over-year tourist spending in Canada soared in the fourth quarter of 2022