Hospitality, Marketing & Tourism

Covering food, drink, travel and marketing in Vancouver, British Columbia and Canada as a whole

Innovative new healthy meal vending machine launching in Vancouver

Imagine if there was a vending machine that sold fresh chef-designed healthy meals, tailored to your specific dietary needs

Whistler Blackcomb opens Thursday; operators urge patience and personal responsibility from guests

‘We get open and then we want to stay open,’ says Whistler Blackcomb COO Geoff Buchheister

These two Burnaby malls will have Santa behind Plexiglas barriers

It’s beginning to look a lot like Santa doesn’t want to get COVID-19, but what he does want is for families to feel safe. Extra precautions are being taken as two Burnaby malls prepare to have Santa...

See you at Beer Fest? The future of beer festivals in the COVID-19 age

Some events are attempting virtual versions, but when it comes right down to it, clinking glasses over Zoom or drinking together by the light of your phone screen isn’t quite the same as walking from...

B.C. tourism marketing suspended amid travel restrictions

The marketing organization responsible for selling B.C. to the world is suspending all advertising and marketing until Nov. 23. Destination B.C. made the move after provincial health officer Dr....

Gastown struggles under COVID-19 restrictions

Loss of cruise industry this year has hit historic Vancouver neighbourhood hard

B.C. tourism marketing suspended amid travel restrictions

The marketing organization responsible for selling B.C. to the world is suspending all advertising and marketing until Nov. 23. Destination B.C. made the move after provincial health officer Dr....

This new downtown Vancouver restaurant draws inspiration from Chinese street food

For a set price, customers can order as many dishes as they want from featured rotating menus at this unique new modern Chinese restaurant in Vancouver

Here is what you need to know about Canada's new travel requirements

Travellers who do not submit the required information digitally before boarding their flight could be subject to enforcement action, which can range from verbal warnings to a $1,000 fine