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Glen Korstrom

Glen Korstrom

Glen has decades of experience as a business reporter. His areas of focus tend to be retail, tourism and hospitality.

Glen has won journalism awards, such as the Jack Webster Award in the Business, Industry, and Economics category. He has also won gold and silver Ma Murray Community News Media Awards.

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Recent Work by Glen

Vancouver International Jazz Festival struggles to find sponsors, faces cuts

Vancouver International Jazz Festival struggles to find sponsors, faces cuts

Summer music festival's budget has fallen in the past two years, is less than half of what it was pre-pandemic
How politics, strict rules limit B.C. farmers' output on ALR land

How politics, strict rules limit B.C. farmers' output on ALR land

Stakeholders push province to ease food-processing regulations that restrict opportunities on ALR land.
Well Health project gets $15.3M in funding for AI health-care technology

Well Health project gets $15.3M in funding for AI health-care technology

Well Health will get money as well as consortium partners Orx.ai, Healwell AI, Tali AI, and Phelix
B.C. sports bars ready for Canada-Argentina Copa America game

B.C. sports bars ready for Canada-Argentina Copa America game

Combination of Euro 2024 with Copa America has led to bars putting up the sound on TVs as patrons want to watch soccer
BC United lags in fundraising in lead-up to fall B.C. election

BC United lags in fundraising in lead-up to fall B.C. election

B.C.'s official opposition party has fallen to third place in recent quarterly fundraising
YVR sees jump in international traffic, domestic lull

YVR sees jump in international traffic, domestic lull

Vancouver International Airport is expected to have 7.8 million passengers in July, August and September, up 9.6 per cent from last year.
CEO Anita Huberman to leave Surrey Board of Trade

CEO Anita Huberman to leave Surrey Board of Trade

Huberman has spent 31 years at the Surrey Board of Trade, including 18 years at the helm
Sanctuary AI nets additional capital to build AI-powered robots

Sanctuary AI nets additional capital to build AI-powered robots

BDC's Thrive Venture Fund and InBC Investment Corp. have joined many other investors by providing capital to Sanctuary AI
B.C. providing $10M for wet lab, growth in life-sciences sector

B.C. providing $10M for wet lab, growth in life-sciences sector

Dozens of early-stage life-sciences companies could use the 30,000-square-foot lab that adMare BioInnovations plans to build in East Vancouver
Jim Pattison Group buys 194-store U.S. grocery chain Save Mart

Jim Pattison Group buys 194-store U.S. grocery chain Save Mart

The Vancouver conglomerate already has at least nine grocery chains, including Save-On-Foods, Choices Markets and Nesters Market.
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