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When a Phone Company Buys Into Private Healthcare

When a Phone Company Buys Into Private Healthcare

Telus is proving to be a lot more than your run-of-the-mill mobile service provider. 

Amid a Real Estate Crisis, Is Boat City the New Tent City?

Amid a Real Estate Crisis, Is Boat City the New Tent City?

When you’ve turned an abandoned boat into a makeshift home without that marine know-how, you may find yourself (sometimes literally) up a creek without a paddle.

Who’s Profiting in the Female-Focused Cannabis Space?

Who’s Profiting in the Female-Focused Cannabis Space?

In a post-legalization world, the cannabis industry is chasing a lucrative new female demographic of wellness enthusiasts—but who ultimately benefits?

Build a Luxury Eco-Lodge, and They Will Come

Build a Luxury Eco-Lodge, and They Will Come

A growing cohort of Indigenous groups taps into the “next big economy”: tourism.

No Filter: Is Vancouver Wasting Its Water?

No Filter: Is Vancouver Wasting Its Water?

Most of Vancouver’s immense amount of rain ends up in storm drains, while our world-class drinking water is being used to water plants, wash driveways and fill toilets. Can developers and city planners work together...

Meet “Generation Sober”: Why Millennials Aren’t Drinking Anymore

Meet “Generation Sober”: Why Millennials Aren’t Drinking Anymore

For many youth, a focus on healthy living is replacing the need to get wasted every weekend.

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Would a Bridge to the Sunshine Coast Ruin Everything?

Would a Bridge to the Sunshine Coast Ruin Everything?

With a fixed link again on the table, the Sunshine Coast is split on whether easier access will benefit the remote oasis.

How One Woman is Helping Young Aboriginals Aging Out of Foster Care

How One Woman is Helping Young Aboriginals Aging Out of Foster Care

As at-risk youth face losing all government support at 19, Barbara Lawson has found a different way to help Aboriginal children in B.C.'s foster care system.  

How a Team of SFU Researchers Aims to Change the Future of Prostheses

How a Team of SFU Researchers Aims to Change the Future of Prostheses

A group of biomedical engineering and kinesiology students has developed a more intuitive and natural technology called "force myography."

What a Drop in Ticket Sales Means for Our Canucks

What a Drop in Ticket Sales Means for Our Canucks

For the Vancouver Canucks, missing the playoffs is particularly costly—in the most literal sense.

Could this be the way to stop Kinder Morgan?

Could this be the way to stop Kinder Morgan?

The Dogwood Initiative hopes an HST-style referendum might halt the controversial pipeline project