Retail & Manufacturing

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

Nanaimo’s Tilray to merge with Aphria to become world’s largest cannabis seller

Company will retain the Tilray name, and Nanaimo as one of its principal offices

Lululemon's third-quarter sales, profit exceed expectations

Sales in the nine-months ended November 1 were up 3.5% over last year

Metro cannabis producer’s target for today: Hong Kong

Company is the latest B.C. brand to attempt Asian market entry through retail channels

Vancouver retailers seize pandemic opportunities

Startups face new reality, while entrepreneurs scout cheap leases for future openings

Vancouver's popular Japan Market goes virtual for the holidays this year

Featuring local vendors selling unique crafts, arts, gift items, jewellery, apparel, packaged foods, and other merchandise with Japanese influence

Market momentum eludes domestic PPE makers

Canada’s attempt to ‘reshore’ production is more challenging than anticipated: observer

Hudson’s Bay Coquitlam reopens, forced to pay half rent in interim ruling

Only five days after the Coquitlam HBC location had been shuttered, by Wednesday, Nov. 26, an interim ruling allowed the store to re-open

OpenRoad Auto Group building mega-dealership in South Burnaby

OpenRoad Auto Group is gearing up to start construction of a brand-new Honda dealership in Burnaby. The state-of-the-art facility will be located at the intersection of Byrne Road and Marine Way and...

Hudson's Bay Co. store closes at Coquitlam Centre

HBC had failed to keep up rent payments at location, landlord says

Biofuel, rendering operations at risk: terminal operator

Port plan could displace West Coast Reduction to increase containerized cargo capacity