The latest deal is the second high-profile acquisition of a B.C. company PayPal has made since last year
With a firm date for pot legalization finally released by Ottawa, city staff are working to give prospective retailers some clarity on their applications for local stores.
Everyone knows that at the end of a busy work week, it’s difficult to stop off at the grocery store to pick up some fresh food for a healthy dinner, so that’s why the market is coming to commuters.
Central City Comix is a comic book store in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. Or rather, it is for now.
7-Eleven Inc. and Vancouver Bike Share (aka Mobi by Shaw Go) announced an agreement that recognizes 7-Eleven Canada as a Community Sponsor of Vancouver’s public bike share system. The agreement helps both organizations serve the community by promoting active living, healthy eating, and environmental responsibility. “We found a perfect match with Mobi, dedicated to meeting our Vancouver customer needs of convenience and around-the-clock service, while promoting shared values of community, green living, and health and wellness,” said Doug Rosencrans, vice-president and general manager of 7-Eleven Canada. “Community is essential to our business, and we’re happy to work with companies like Vancouver Bike Share, dedicated to improving the quality of life in Vancouver.”