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Black business owners bring flavours of Africa, Caribbean to Northern Canada

Black business owners bring flavours of Africa, Caribbean to Northern Canada

YELLOWKNIFE — Inside an eye-catching building with bright green siding and yellow trim in downtown Whitehorse, diners are being whisked away to Jamaica.
Destination BC unveils new corporate strategy

Destination BC unveils new corporate strategy

More attention set for province's regions, shoulder-season visitors
B.C. international visitor entries show resilience

B.C. international visitor entries show resilience

Truck traffic lags 2019 levels at many ports of entry across Western Canada
Unifor aims to negotiate template contract with B.C. hotels

Unifor aims to negotiate template contract with B.C. hotels

Union has started bargaining with Fairmont Empress Hotel
Restaurateurs want payroll tax changes on B.C. budget menu

Restaurateurs want payroll tax changes on B.C. budget menu

B.C. has lowest payroll-tax exemption limit in the country, says BCRFA CEO
B.C. PR companies growing, digital agencies contracting: data

B.C. PR companies growing, digital agencies contracting: data

Average employment at top public relations firms grew seven per cent over past two years
B.C.’s marketing industry proves robust through pandemic

B.C.’s marketing industry proves robust through pandemic

Clients and expectations are growing alongside changing consumer demands
Destination Vancouver urges Chinatown, Gastown revitalization

Destination Vancouver urges Chinatown, Gastown revitalization

CEO hails new city council as "needed" new leadership to make change happen
As B.C. restaurants rebound, tipping tapers among patrons

As B.C. restaurants rebound, tipping tapers among patrons

B.C. restaurants are on the mend from pandemic restrictions, data from Statistics Canada shows. However, when it comes to tipping, a new poll suggests Canadians have less of an appetite.
Marketing strategy of hiring influencers could be hit or miss for B.C. companies

Marketing strategy of hiring influencers could be hit or miss for B.C. companies

Planning and strategy can shape effectiveness of influencer campaigns; online tools can track them
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