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Consumer complaints against Telus up slightly, says watchdog

Consumer complaints against Telus up slightly, says watchdog

Proportion of complaints against Telus lower than its major competitors
Richmond company moves onto second round in Deep Space Food Challenge

Richmond company moves onto second round in Deep Space Food Challenge

"Solving problems in space gives us the potential to explore (food technologies) in a harsher environment, which will help us understand more and create better solutions for food on the planet we live on."
Herbaland among winners of Richmond chamber's 2021 Business Excellence Awards

Herbaland among winners of Richmond chamber's 2021 Business Excellence Awards

Seven Richmond businesses were honoured at the annual awards
Baking powder shortage forces Richmond fried chicken eatery to close

Baking powder shortage forces Richmond fried chicken eatery to close

Richmond businesses are being squeezed by supply chain issues due to flooding.
Feds announce $4.1M for lands in Richmond to help ease supply chain bottleneck

Feds announce $4.1M for lands in Richmond to help ease supply chain bottleneck

A temporary empty container storage site will be set up on port authority land in Richmond to help deal with supply chain issues
Richmond mall, outlet prepares for Black Friday shoppers

Richmond mall, outlet prepares for Black Friday shoppers

Richmond’s malls are expecting more shoppers in brick-and-mortar stores than last year.
Perseverance celebrated at Richmond Chamber’s in-person awards gala

Perseverance celebrated at Richmond Chamber’s in-person awards gala

‘Businesses of all sizes have shown great resiliency over the last 18 months,’ Chamber CEO
B.C. retail sales outperform the rest of Canada in September

B.C. retail sales outperform the rest of Canada in September

Canadian retail sales dipped 0.6%, to $56.6 billion, in September, which is less than the 1.9% decline that Statistics Canada had previously forecast.
Ottawa replacing wage, rent subsidies for businesses with $7.4B in 'targeted measures'

Ottawa replacing wage, rent subsidies for businesses with $7.4B in 'targeted measures'

Broader subsidy programs still set to expire this week.
Chamber, city host trade show to help businesses transition from single-use plastics

Chamber, city host trade show to help businesses transition from single-use plastics

The city recently passed a bylaw banning single-use plastic items as of March 2022