Retail & Manufacturing

BIV's coverage delves into all retail and manufacturing issues affecting businesses in Vancouver and British Columbia

Earnings push Lululemon shares to all-time high after hours

Company is on track to surpass its 2023 revenue target by end of 2021

Robust recovery from pandemic for B.C. retail sales

B.C. weathered COVID-19 storm better than its retail counterparts across the country

Charging EVs remains obstacle for local consumers

Rebates, education, infrastructure investment still needed, car dealers association CEO says

Toys 'R' Us sale could bring Disney stores back to B.C.

Disney last month closed stores its final three stores in Metro Vancouver

Cannabis consumers may not have been getting what they paid for, says Delta grower

Delta greenhouse operator complained some cannabis producers’ labelling of THC and CBD levels on their products may not have corresponded to the amounts in those products

Robson merchants expect another lean summer

Business picking up, but pillars of retail corridor's economy will still be missing

'Pent-up demand,' weddings, push Indochino to record sales

Vancouver-based suit-seller expands, with 21 new stores in Nordstrom locations by July 2

B.C. to allow private cannabis retailers to deliver products to customers

Province will also stop security-screening cannabis-store employees

B.C. menswear retailer Boys'Co. to permanently close

Men's fashion chain Boys'Co. plans to cease operations early in 2022, owner David Goldman told BIV on June 3. His three-store, 37-year-old retailer operates stores in Metro Vancouver, at Coquitlam...