2018

What About the Salmon Sharks?

A seasoned Alaskan diver highlights the need for more information about salmon shark populations and their conservation. [read more]

Children on the Outside

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver improves the lives of children who have parents in prison. [read more]

Creating Space

Expensive studio rent in large cities makes artists come up with creative solutions in both design and concept. [read more]

Top 3 Country Cafés

Get off the beaten path and discover the uniqueness of small country cafés in southwestern BC. [read more]

Kokomo

Healthy vegan soft serve and organic, plant-based noodle and smoothie bowls with tempt anyone’s appetite [read more]

A Modern Escape

Yoga retreats offer people a chance to escape from the city and reconnect with mind, body, and community. [read more]

The Art of Mending

Yoko Ono’s Mend Piece uses shattered ceramics to bring people together in unexpected ways and with unexpected results. [read more]

Scientist Faces Fallout

Death threats have not deterred a scientist from reporting data about negligible Fukushima radiation on the BC coast. [read more]

Dreams and Donuts

For Cartems, selling donuts is not all about making a profit; it’s the people who come first. [read more]

A Better Brighter Future

Reflecting past hardships of Canada’s Indian residential school system, Reconciliation Pole is a beacon symbolizing hope and change. [read more]

Eating Solo

South Koreans are dining alone more often but they are doing so with social media companionship. [read more]

New Roots

UBC Forestry teaches skills to Chinese transfer students in an investment that has benefited BC’s forest industry. [read more]

Room for Rent

International students face difficulty finding affordable and safe rental accommodations while going to school in Vancouver. [read more]

Conferring with the Conifers

Conifer trees in the forests of British Columbia use different survival tactics to deal with wildfire. [read more]

Backyard Superfoods

For anyone interested in foraging, your next healthy meal might just have ingredients from your own back yard. [read more]

Craft Beer 101

Move over, wine! The beer is coming. Craft beers are fast becoming a new dinner party companion. [read more]

A Window Through Time

A glance back to an image that made the cover of the first issue of Pacific Rim Magazine[read more]

Salmon n’ Bannock

Vancouver’s only First Nations owned and operated restaurant offers traditional dishes made from organic and ethically sourced ingredients. [read more]

MYST

Popular dishes, drinks, and desserts from China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, and more, all in one restaurant.  [read more]

Taking the Heat

BC’s worst wildfire season on record brought out the best efforts of firefighters despite the challenges. [read more]

We Wish We Had It Yesterday

Transgender patients have limited options for trans-competent health care in BC, but advocates are working toward positive change. [read more]

Toward the Light

Local health advocates provide accessible care to residents facing end of life in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside neighbourhood. [read more]