Tyler Orton

Vancouver’s East Side Games aims to go public in $150m deal

What happened: East Side Games, Leaf Mobile agree to acquisition deal Why it matters: Both are Vancouver-based companies and if the deal goes through, it will see the firm listed on the TSX One of...

B.C. adds 55k jobs in September as education work materializes

What happened: B.C. added nearly 55,000 jobs to its labour force during September, according to StatsCan data Why it matters: Last month’s gains show a significant uptick compared with August as the...

Vancouver’s BBTV seeks to raise $172m through IPO

What happened: Prospectus reveals Vancouver-based BBTV is seeking to raise $172m by going public Why it matters: The IPO would allow BBTV to buy out BroadbandTV from controlling stakeholder The...

One-quarter of local businesses worried they won’t survive the next year: GVBOT

Greater Vancouver Board of Trade members reveal top election concerns as economy rebuilds

Telus rolling out 5G service to Vancouver suburbs

What happened: Telus expands 5G offerings to some Vancouver suburbs Why it matters: The B.C.-based telecom giant plans to deploy the next-generation wireless service to 50 communities by the end of...

West Coast VR firms debut duelling PPE simulations

Local companies target increased demand to train health-care workers using simulations

One in five SMBs without a pandemic recovery plan: BDC

What happened: BDC report reveals most small businesses were hit hard by initial impacts of pandemic Why it matters: SMBs have been tapping into federal programs for assistance but many have...

Charting a return to work during and after a pandemic

Study examines how to reintegrate employees into workplace as COVID-19 restrictions ease

Hootsuite workers who spoke out over ICE deal say they’re no longer employed

Vancouver-based tech company says it will not discuss details of an employee’s status

Amazon silent on Canadian workers infected with COVID-19

E-commerce giant revealed last week nearly 20,000 U.S. frontline workers infected but no data has been released for Canadian employees