People

Q&A: What It’s Like to Give Up Shopping for an Entire Year

Q&A: What It’s Like to Give Up Shopping for an Entire Year

Blogger-turned-author Cait Flanders decided to put herself on a year-long shopping ban—here's what she learned along the way.

Why the New Book ‘Canada 150 Women’ Matters Now More Than Ever

Why the New Book ‘Canada 150 Women’ Matters Now More Than Ever

Author Paulina Cameron profiles 150 inspiring Canadian women in her latest book.

Meet Vancouver’s Belly Dancing Troupe

Meet Vancouver’s Belly Dancing Troupe

These belly dancers know how to shake it.

Get the Newsletter

Own your city with Vancouver’s thrice-weekly scoop on the latest restaurant news, must-shop hotspots and can’t miss events. Rest assured your email is safe with us.

Long Read: This Doctor Might Have the Answer to the Fentanyl Crisis

Long Read: This Doctor Might Have the Answer to the Fentanyl Crisis

Dr. Evan Wood has a controversial idea for treating the fentanyl crisis—fight drugs with drugs. Are we ready for his radical plan?

Vancouver-Based Charity Speaks on Witchcraft and Human Rights at the UN

Vancouver-Based Charity Speaks on Witchcraft and Human Rights at the UN

Nearly 10 years after its inception, the charity is now globally recognized for its advocacy work and founder Peter Ash is bringing the topic of witchcraft to the table at the Geneva Convention.

Life on the Outside: How Ex-Prisoners are Helping Ex-Prisoners

Life on the Outside: How Ex-Prisoners are Helping Ex-Prisoners

A new UBC study is attempting to connect newly released inmates with peers who've managed to find their way.

Did Leonard Nimoy Actually Live in That Tree-Topped Building?

Did Leonard Nimoy Actually Live in That Tree-Topped Building?

The truth about the West End's tree-topped Eugenia Place.

Meet Vancouver’s First Aboriginal Relations Manager

Meet Vancouver’s First Aboriginal Relations Manager

Ginger Gosnell-Meyers shares her perspective on the future of reconciliation.

Month-to-Month Special: What’s Up with Money Shame?

Month-to-Month Special: What’s Up with Money Shame?

Whether your paycheque is high, low or right in the middle, many of us feel sheepish about what we earn. An expert tells us why.