Minimum wage for liquor servers set to increase in B.C.

The minimum wage for liquor servers and “other alternate minimum wage earners” – including piece-rate farm workers, resident caretakers and live-in camp leaders – will be increasing soon, B.C.’s...

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

Hospitality entrepreneurs suffer boom repercussions

Vancouver property costs have made it harder for hospitality startups to secure affordable leases and workers – but rising tourism and new opportunities created by technology are buoying sales

Marketing guru keeps feet planted in the real world

Profile of Lindsay Meredith, professor emeritus, Simon Fraser University

Today’s special: dinnertime disruption through meal kits

Meal-kit providers jockey for market share in rapidly growing home-delivery business

Yves Veggie Cuisine founder Yves Potvin buys culinary school

Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts has been on the market for a while

Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival springs to life in April

Mark your calendars for the annual celebration of the beginning of spring in the city portal aims to open doors for downtown hotels

Online travel site aims to carve out its niche in an era dominated by Priceline and Expedia

Queens Hotel among new hotels with innovative promotional strategies

Mix of digital marketing and traditional media used to attract visitors and locals

Jagerhof Restaurant's warm hospitality second to none

German sense of wonder plays with time at Sunday Brunch at this North Vancouver restaurant