Tourists in the Philippines who feed whale sharks unknowingly harm the very creature they had come to see.
A seasoned Alaskan diver highlights the need for more information about salmon shark populations and their conservation.
The Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver improves the lives of children who have parents in prison.
Expensive studio rent in large cities makes artists come up with creative solutions in both design and concept.
Get off the beaten path and discover the uniqueness of small country cafés in southwestern BC.
Healthy vegan soft serve and organic, plant-based noodle and smoothie bowls will tempt anyone’s appetite.
Yoga retreats offer people a chance to escape from the city and reconnect with mind, body, and community.
Yoko Ono’s Mend Piece uses shattered ceramics to bring people together in unexpected ways and with unexpected results.
Death threats have not deterred a scientist from reporting data about negligible Fukushima radiation on the BC coast.
For Cartems, selling donuts is not all about making a profit; it’s the people who come first.
Reflecting past hardships of Canada’s Indian residential school system, Reconciliation Pole is a beacon symbolizing hope and change.
South Koreans are dining alone more often but they are doing so with social media companionship.
Airports move more than just people. Here is a look at 10 airports from around the Pacific Rim.
UBC Forestry teaches skills to Chinese transfer students in an investment that has benefited BC’s forest industry.
International students face difficulty finding affordable and safe rental accommodations while going to school in Vancouver.
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Conifer trees in the forests of British Columbia use different survival tactics to deal with wildfire.
For anyone interested in foraging, your next healthy meal might just have ingredients from your own back yard.
Move over, wine! The beer is coming. Craft beers are fast becoming a new dinner party companion.
A glance back to an image that made the cover of the first issue of Pacific Rim Magazine.
Vancouver’s only First Nations owned and operated restaurant offers traditional dishes made from organic and ethically sourced ingredients.
Popular dishes, drinks, and desserts from China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, and more, all in one restaurant.
BC’s worst wildfire season on record brought out the best efforts of firefighters despite the challenges.
Transgender patients have limited options for trans-competent health care in BC, but advocates are working toward positive change.