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Robots greet Burnaby mall shoppers in COVID-19 focus on cleaning

Robots greet Burnaby mall shoppers in COVID-19 focus on cleaning

Burnaby schools are also trying out copper surfaces to reduce germs
Big box retailer in Burnaby part of lawsuit over video game gift cards

Big box retailer in Burnaby part of lawsuit over video game gift cards

Best Buy is suing the B.C. government
Hootsuite taps new CFO after 19-month search

Hootsuite taps new CFO after 19-month search

Eighty per cent of Hootsuite’s C-suite now based in U.S.
‘Tragic loss’: Beloved Burnaby kitchen shop shut down after decades in mall

‘Tragic loss’: Beloved Burnaby kitchen shop shut down after decades in mall

Lougheed Town Centre loses a retailer
FortisBC resurrects renewable natural gas program after securing new supply

FortisBC resurrects renewable natural gas program after securing new supply

Program paused in 2019, leaving 10,000 subscribers out of luck
Cell-phone tracking reveals meagre return to office

Cell-phone tracking reveals meagre return to office

Avison Young real-time index shows that back-to-office traffic has fallen 76 per cent in North American cities, with Vancouver traffic down 63.3 per cent from pre-pandemic levels
Opinion: ‘They’re punishing us,’ says Burnaby restaurant owner hit by fake orders from anti-vaxxers

Opinion: ‘They’re punishing us,’ says Burnaby restaurant owner hit by fake orders from anti-vaxxers

Owner says business will still enforce the rules
Movie company with theatres in Burnaby part of messy global lawsuit over shattered deal

Movie company with theatres in Burnaby part of messy global lawsuit over shattered deal

The future of two Burnaby movie theatres, and one Burnaby entertainment complex, could be at stake with a messy lawsuit that has finally hit the courts. Cineplex Inc.
Clothing giant in Burnaby sees $1.2M loss as COVID-19 takes its toll

Clothing giant in Burnaby sees $1.2M loss as COVID-19 takes its toll

A store in Burnaby’s biggest mall has seen another downturn in its fortunes. Roots Corp., which operates a large store in Metropolis at Metrotown, reported a second-quarter loss of $1.2 million compared with a loss of $1.
Burnaby’s biggest dollar store company boosts profits amid COVID-19

Burnaby’s biggest dollar store company boosts profits amid COVID-19

Dollarama is proving that people are still looking for big deals in Burnaby. Dollarama is Burnaby’s biggest dollar store company, operating two mega-stores, one in Station Square mall in the Metrotown area and another on Kingsway.