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Vancouver firm 3D prints, donates protective gear for health-care workers

What happened: LNG Studios is printing and delivering reusable face shields to health-care workers across Metro Vancouver Why it matters: Protective gear is in limited supply amid the pandemic Leon...

Vancouver firm proposes plan to build 1m ventilators in 90 days

With supply chains in flux and large gatherings banned across North America, Corbin Lowe sees throngs of idling manufacturing plants soon being revived in the fight against the COVID-19...

Vancouver-led COVID-19 research project nabs $500k from Telus

A Vancouver-led research team developing treatments for COVID-19 has just landed $500,000 in funding from Telus Corp. (TSX:T). The West Coast telecom giant announced Friday (March 27) it would...

Ready-to-launch COVID-19 projects can tap $250k from Genome BC

B.C. researchers with ready-to-launch projects applicable to combatting the COVID-19 pandemic are being urged to tap into a new funding avenue that could deliver as much as $250,000. Genome BC, a...

Software companies accelerate employment growth

Median one-year growth of B.C.’s biggest software firms increases by nearly 500%

Coping with COVID-19: Peak Resilience Counselling

Each day Business in Vancouver profiles a B.C. company finding new ways to do business amid the pandemic

Shortage of face masks, gloves prompts Tri-City, New West doctors to act

Fraser North Division of Family Practice, which represents doctors in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody and New Westminster, set up its own COVID-19 testing station and doctors are seeing...

Made-in-B.C. tech helps SMBs cut 11,000 tonnes of GHGs through route optimization

What happened: New report reveals tangible impacts of route optimization technology Why it matters: Businesses reliant on fleets are under further pressure to provide delivery services amid...

COVID-19 drives home new normal of remote working in B.C.

B.C. software companies see pandemic changing the way business is done