Jen St. Denis
Companies grapple with inclusive workplace challenges
Hiring workers with developmental disabilities provides a two-way learning experience
Rolling on the floor laughing at B.C. government's foreign ownership report (blog)
This week, the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union continued to resonate in financial markets. While here in Vancouver we were, as always, fixated on real estate. Earlier this week,...
New rental towers free to use controversial fixed-term lease agreements
Fixed-term agreements allow landlords to raise rents above provincial cap, evict tenants more easily
Life Lessons: Crystal Lee, founder, Beyond Maybe Coaching and Consulting
Want good business advice? Listen to your parents
Wanted: More female funders – and founders
Raising money for a startup is difficult. It’s even more challenging if you’re a woman.
Corporate Canada not deterred by Trump name, says general manager of Vancouver’s newest luxury hotel
Local politicians have called it “a beacon of racism” and urged the developer to remove the Trump name — but so far the controversy hasn’t deterred Canadian corporations
Vancouver's animation boom sparks talent search
Now one of the world's largest visual effects hubs, Vancouver hungry for more animators
Ten years of the "million dollar line" illustrates rapid increase in Vancouver home values
A decade ago, it neatly dilineated Vancouver’s tony Westside from funky East Vancouver. Today the million dollar line, a concept mapped by Vancouver urban planner Andy Yan, has been completely...
Trudeau to hear from academic experts on causes of Vancouver’s overheated real estate market
Several of the attendees have advocated for policies to counter the effect of capital inflows from China
New government housing policy should focus on foreign investment, speculation: BMO
Warnings of dangerous overheating in Vancouver and Toronto’s real estate markets are mounting, but home prices in those two cities are unlikely to decelerate on their own anytime soon, according to a...