Retail & Manufacturing

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

Lululemon earnings beat expectations, shares pop after hours

Athleisure clothing manufacturer saw sales jump 29 per cent year-over-year in the quarter

Richmond food facility opening adds to economic drive: Popham

More than 70 jobs created with Fine Choice Foods' new manufacturing facility opening

Booze purchase limits to remain in effect in B.C.

Restaurant owners told to expect another month of strained booze supply

Canadian division helps Best Buy's business

Canadian sales fell less than half as much as in the U.S. in the company's second quarter

Trickle of craft cannabis to flow to legal B.C. retailers

BCGEU strike had fully cut off distribution to those stores

Ritchie Bros. still looking to expand after U.K. setback

B.C. auction house faced pushback from British watchdog over $1.2 billion acquisition

Legal cannabis sales in B.C. jump in first half of 2022

Sales are likely to plummet this month due to the BCGEU strike

Legal cannabis producers want to sell directly to B.C. stores

Another proposal is for the government to make cannabis distribution an essential service

B.C. distillers see business bump from BCGEU strike

Local distilleries and wineries are able to sell directly to private liquor stores and restaurants

BCGEU strike leaves private cannabis retailers high and dry

B.C.’s private cannabis retailers are facing the brunt of the ongoing BC Liquor Distribution Branch workers strike, as they fear supply shortage in the coming weeks