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Glen Korstrom

Glen Korstrom

Glen has decades of experience as a business reporter. His areas of focus tend to be retail, tourism and hospitality.

Glen has won journalism awards, such as the Jack Webster Award in the Business, Industry, and Economics category. He has also won gold and silver Ma Murray Community News Media Awards.

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604-345-6949
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Recent Work by Glen

Raven Fund Group's new fund set to fund Indigenous communities

Raven Fund Group's new fund set to fund Indigenous communities

Investments now come from $20.4M fund and go to help Indigenous communities with health and climate-change issues
Facial-scanning technology speeds boarding on Vancouver cruises

Facial-scanning technology speeds boarding on Vancouver cruises

Vancouver becomes first North American city to use facial scans for faster cruise boarding
AI to revolutionize work as humanoid robots loom on the horizon

AI to revolutionize work as humanoid robots loom on the horizon

Skilled, humanoid robots may be able to help fill jobs and address challenges created by declining fertility rates and shrinking populations globally
Vancouver businesses struggle as Broadway subway construction extends

Vancouver businesses struggle as Broadway subway construction extends

Millions lost, no help: Broadway businesses plead for compensation or tax breaks as subway delays drag on.
Cadillac Fairview in no rush to fill former Vancouver Nordstrom site

Cadillac Fairview in no rush to fill former Vancouver Nordstrom site

La Maison Simons' Toronto deals raise hopes that the department store will open in downtown Vancouver
Lonsdale Quay Hotel removes $12 fee that prompted lawsuit

Lonsdale Quay Hotel removes $12 fee that prompted lawsuit

Hotel website stops charging controversial fee soon after potential class-action lawsuit filed.
Optimism surfaces on solving some Fraser Valley business issues

Optimism surfaces on solving some Fraser Valley business issues

Provincial investment in transportation and flood mitigation are top of mind for the region
Why shifting to sell eggs from uncaged hens is hard in Canada

Why shifting to sell eggs from uncaged hens is hard in Canada

McDonald's Canada says it now uses eggs that are 100-per-cent from uncaged chickens
Construction, pedestrian pilot project rattle Gastown businesses

Construction, pedestrian pilot project rattle Gastown businesses

Reduced street access has resulted in up to an estimated 20-50-per-cent decline in sales for some small retail businesses, according to owners and advocates
Pot activist, retailer Dana Larsen sued for not paying supplier

Pot activist, retailer Dana Larsen sued for not paying supplier

Lawsuit also names Dorita Dempster and the Vancouver Dispensary Society
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