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B.C. wineries can sell direct to Albertans again

B.C. wineries can sell direct to Albertans again

B.C. and Alberta resolve tax issues that prevented B.C. wineries selling direct to customers
Retailer Aritzia well on its way to replicating Canadian success in U.S.: CEO

Retailer Aritzia well on its way to replicating Canadian success in U.S.: CEO

Aritzia Inc.'s chief executive says the apparel retailer is making progress in its push to make the brand as popular in the U.S. as it is in Canada.
Three Bay stores closed across B.C. over maintenance issues

Three Bay stores closed across B.C. over maintenance issues

Sign on entrances to Parkwood Mall store says closure is due to system issues
Parent company of B.C.-based Peerless Ltd. secures $170M investment

Parent company of B.C.-based Peerless Ltd. secures $170M investment

Investment to modernize facilities for trailer manufacturer
Jim Pattison Group buys 194-store U.S. grocery chain Save Mart

Jim Pattison Group buys 194-store U.S. grocery chain Save Mart

The Vancouver conglomerate already has at least nine grocery chains, including Save-On-Foods, Choices Markets and Nesters Market.
Vancouver's former Nordstrom space could linger empty

Vancouver's former Nordstrom space could linger empty

Pension-fund-owned Cadillac Fairview has a track record of taking its time with projects.
Kerrisdale business owners protest high property-tax hikes

Kerrisdale business owners protest high property-tax hikes

Business owner criticizes BC Assessment's methodology for determining property values
Waves Coffee fined $31,000 over failed recycling plan

Waves Coffee fined $31,000 over failed recycling plan

New Westminster-based coffee house chain penalized for recycling failures at its 21 locations across B.C.
Adidas store at Robson and Burrard streets readying to open

Adidas store at Robson and Burrard streets readying to open

German footwear brand plans to open store in the prime real estate location by early December
Car dealerships are being disrupted by a multi-day outage after cyberattacks on software supplier

Car dealerships are being disrupted by a multi-day outage after cyberattacks on software supplier

NEW YORK (AP) — Car dealerships across North America have faced major disruptions this week. CDK Global, a company that provides software for thousands of auto dealers in the U.S. and Canada, was hit by back-to-back cyberattacks on Wednesday.