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Save-on-Foods considering selling wine on Vancouver stores' shelves

Save-on-Foods considering selling wine on Vancouver stores' shelves

Move follows city council voting to end city's moratorium banning wine on grocery store shelves
Housing stock remains in short supply across province: BCREA

Housing stock remains in short supply across province: BCREA

Prices reached highest level since May 2022 amid supply crunch
B.C. film sector bracing for Hollywood writers’ strike

B.C. film sector bracing for Hollywood writers’ strike

City’s selling points ready it for rebound when production demand resumes
B.C. film and television industry feeling the effects of The CW Network’s production pullback

B.C. film and television industry feeling the effects of The CW Network’s production pullback

The industry faces a reset as its biggest production player withdraws from the market
B.C. entrepreneurs see sky as limit for vertical farming

B.C. entrepreneurs see sky as limit for vertical farming

Indoor farming expected to grow as dominant source for leafy greens in next decade
Vancouver readies for record cruise season

Vancouver readies for record cruise season

A record 1.2M to 1.3M cruise passengers could pass through the Port of Vancouver this year
Les Leyne: Time for housing starts, not housing talk

Les Leyne: Time for housing starts, not housing talk

A new version of the NDP’s housing policy was ordered because the first multi-billion dollar version hasn’t made enough progress in alleviating the crisis
Top business stories of the week (April 3-7)

Top business stories of the week (April 3-7)

From housing plans to rather odd developments for the B.C. labour market
Federal tax workers vote in favour of striking in middle of tax filing season

Federal tax workers vote in favour of striking in middle of tax filing season

OTTAWA — More than 35,000 federal workers who assess and approve tax returns will be in a legal strike position by April 14, just two weeks before the annual deadline for Canadians to file their taxes.
B.C.'s short-term rental policies on track, issues with enforcement remain

B.C.'s short-term rental policies on track, issues with enforcement remain

Different municipalities have different economic needs, making it difficult to implement provincewide regulations