Largest city in British Columbia, Canada

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Carl Meyer for Canada's National Observer and Emily Holden for Floodlight
May 4, 2021
the Guardian
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Josh Scott
April 29, 2021
AbCellera, Canada's most valuable biotech company, has broken ground on a new 380,000-square foot tech hub in Vancouver that is set to serve as the company's new headquarters.
The Canadian Press
April 22, 2021
British Columbia
Discount U.S. airline JetBlue is expanding its operations with its first flights to Canada.
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April 20, 2021
How the comedian (and director, writer, ceramist and weed entrepreneur) has made a career out of mining the pitfalls and possibilities of adolescence.
Akamatsu, T., Ideue, T., Zhou, L., Dong, Y., Kitamura, S., Yoshii, M., Yang, D., Onga, M., Nakagawa, Y., Watanabe, K., Taniguchi, T., Laurienzo, J., Huang, J., Ye, Z., Morimoto, T., Yuan, H., Iwasa, Y.
April 2, 2021
Many properties can emerge at the interface of van der Waals materials created by rotating the layers of a single material or by creating heterointerfaces between different materials. Akamatsu et al. formed an interface that intentionally broke in-plane inversion symmetry by combining crystals of tungsten diselenide with threefold rotational symmetry and black phosphorus with twofold rotational symmetry. This interface creates in-plane electronic polarization that results in a spontaneous photovoltaic effect only along the polarization direction. This effect was explained in terms of a shift current mechanism. Science , this issue p. [68][1] Van der Waals interfaces can be formed by layer stacking without regard to lattice constants or symmetries of individual building blocks. We engineered the symmetry of a van der Waals interface of tungsten selenide and black phosphorus and realized in-plane electronic polarization that led to the emergence of a spontaneous photovoltaic effect. Spontaneous photocurrent was observed along the polar direction and was absent in the direction perpendicular to it. The observed spontaneous photocurrent was explained by a quantum-mechanical shift current that reflects the geometrical and topological electronic nature of this emergent interface. The present results offer a simple guideline for symmetry engineering that is applicable to a variety of van der Waals interfaces. [1]: /lookup/doi/10.1126/science.aaz9146
Jon Azpiri
March 31, 2021
Global News
One highlight of a LeBron James dunk recently went for US$210,000.
Josh Scott
March 25, 2021
Microsoft has announced plans to grow its Canadian footprint, with plans to hire 500 for a new cloud hub in Vancouver and open a new Toronto data center.
The Canadian Press
March 25, 2021
Canada's housing sector is facing a 'moderate' degree of vulnerability to market instability for the second straight quarter and showing signs of overheating for the first time this year, says the country's housing agency.
Meagan Simpson
March 10, 2021
BrandProject, a Toronto-based investment firm, has raised $54 million CAD in the final close of its first venture fund, BrandProject Capital Fund LP.
Alex Coop
February 11, 2021
IT Business
The innovative chops on display in Western Canada deserves special attention. A struggling economy ravaged by uncertain oil prices since 2014 has forced Western
The Canadian Press
February 9, 2021
Bell, which owns CTV News, is dumping an all-sports format at three of its radio stations in Canada. The company said on Tuesday that TSN 1040 AM in Vancouver, TSN 1290 AM in Winnipeg and TSN 1150 AM in Hamilton will no longer be all-sports stations.
Caitlin Hotchkiss
February 9, 2021
The SaaS Weekly is a weekly newsletter covering major SaaS news from Canada and around the globe.
January 22, 2021
British Columbia
Vancouver's City Council is calling on the federal and provincial governments to provide funding to the Pacific National Exhibition.
Holland America Line
January 6, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- As Holland America Line continues to prepare and develop its plans to meet the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order issued by the U.S....
The Canadian Press
January 5, 2021
British Columbia
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says home sales were up 53.4 per cent in the final month of 2020 compared with December 2019, hitting a new record for the month.
Graham Slaughter
January 3, 2020
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Sachintha Wickramasinghe
December 22, 2020
Marginalized groups are exposed to higher cumulative air pollution in Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto, according to new research from the University of British Columbia.
Nexe Innovations Inc.
December 21, 2020
/PRNewswire/ - NEXE INNOVATIONS INC. (TSXV: NEXE) (the "Company" or "NEXE") is pleased to announce that it has strengthened its advisory board by appointing...
Freeman Gold Corp.
December 16, 2020
/PRNewswire/ - Freeman Gold Corp. (CSE:FMAN) (FSE:3WU) ("Freeman" or the "Company") Will Randall, President and CEO, is pleased to provide an update for its...
Joe Ray
December 9, 2020
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