Retail & Manufacturing

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

Canadians making fewer trips to the grocery store as inflation pinches: RBC report

A new report by RBC says Canadians are on average making fewer grocery store runs as food inflation persists, but still spending roughly the same amount per trip RBC's consumer spending tracker...

B.C.’s meatless, protein-alternate producers bucking sector hiccups

Daiya Foods, Big Mountain Foods, No Meat Factory, Wamame, Sunrise Soya Foods among Metro Vancouver businesses enjoying success

Mall landlords likely to get 'creative' to fill Nordstrom vacancies: experts

TORONTO — Nordstrom's departure from Canada's retail landscape will leave significant holes in shopping malls, and some analysts say landlords will need to get creative to fill the space. If malls...

Downtown Vancouver to lose massive Nordstrom department store very soon

Seattle-based department store Nordstrom announced Thursday (March 2) that it had made the decision to "discontinue support for Nordstrom Canada's business operations." Consequently, all of the...

Alcohol tax hike set to raise B.C. retail prices April 1

Federal government set to increase excise taxes by 6.3 per cent

Small businesses banking on B.C. budget benefits

Compensation for construction business disruption, money for training among top asks

Red Bull buys Chilliwack site for first North American ingredient facility

Chilliwack plant will be Red Bull's second premix facility in the world as it eyes U.S. growth

Canada Goose cuts full-year forecast amid China disruptions, slowing momentum

Canada Goose Holdings Inc. cut its annual revenue and profit forecasts on Thursday as COVID-19 related disruptions in China and slowing momentum in North America curtailed the luxury parka maker's...

McArthurGlen's Vancouver outlet mall to expand

Revenues surpassing those in 2019 as new stores set to open

Gasoline prices fuel Canadian retail sales

Sales for automotive and household fuels jumped 23.8 per cent year-over-year in November