Retail & Manufacturing

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

Cannabis company continues to cut

Even more cuts are coming to Canada’s biggest cannabis company, which for a time had an East Ladner greenhouse set to become one of the world’s biggest. In a further restructuring move, Canopy...

New mass timber maker lands three school contracts

Kalesnikoff Lumber to provide mass timber for schools, colleges

Burberry, new brands to join McArthurGlen Designer Outlet

Those looking for an update to their fall wardrobe will have more choices to choose from this fall. Richmond’s McArthurGlen Designer Outlet revealed that Burberry and several luxury brands will be...

B.C.’s back-to-school spending shifts to technology

Pens, paper give way to computers, tablets as pandemic accelerates move to online learning

B.C.’s record-high cannabis sales in June are seven times that of last year

Province sees sixth straight month of increased cannabis sales

Unusual marketing recipe pays off for vegan-food maker

B.C. meat-replacement company seizes new-product vacuum to launch soy-based premium ‘beef’

Booming online eyewear sector sees new Vancouver-based player: KITS

KITS includes backing from experienced eyewear entrepreneur Roger Hardy

U.K. cosmetics giant Lush sues Vancouver-based head of North American operations

Vancouver’s Mark Wolverton has helped Lush expand to 269 stores across Canada and the U.S.

Walmart to require masks at stores starting next week

Walmart is instituting a mandatory mask policy for all customers in Canada starting Wednesday in a move that has been welcomed by some local shoppers. The rule is being brought in because Health...