The Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver improves the lives of children who have parents in prison.
For Cartems, selling donuts is not all about making a profit; it’s the people who come first.
International students face difficulty finding affordable and safe rental accommodations while going to school in Vancouver.
A glance back to an image that made the cover of the first issue of Pacific Rim Magazine.
Freelancers now have more professional spaces to meet clients at than just the local café.
Aaron Nelson-Moody shares his experience using modern software to help create traditional Coast Salish art.
Sanctuaries such as the Bloedel Conservatory and Greyhaven Exotic Bird Sanctuary give abandoned exotic birds a home.
From health to travel to languages, apps can improve the quality of many aspects of a person’s life.
GoFetch is an app that connects dog owners with people who wish they were dog owners.
An inside look at a global non-profit organization that empowers women to join the tech industry.
An increasing number of schools are moving from traditional teaching practices to a more modern approach.
A local business celebrates a community based acupuncture practice that is available for everyone to take advantage of.
At Lainey Morse’s animal-assisted therapy sessions, people have come from all over to do yoga. With goats.
In the 90 years since its first issue, the Shanghai magazine has been an archive of Chinese culture.
A young woman packs up and moves across Canada for a drastic career change.
With attractive design and engaging narrative, old-fashioned board game nights are thriving in a digital age.
A Vancouver art gallery sends new artists across the Pacific on a cargo ship to foster their creativity.
The nations of the Pacific Rim have a rich history of producing films that are recognized and beloved around the world.
A look at the rise of community pop choirs and the health benefits of group singing.
Washing synthetic fabrics in conventional washing machines is adding harmful microplastics to the world’s oceans.
Fashion Designer Nicole Bridger talks about the importance of sustainable fashion in this one-on-one interview.
Inmates are given the opportunity to heal with yoga and art-based therapy programs being offered in prisons.
Eating a meal in total darkness is undoubtedly a unique experience. But dark dining is a growing trend, and provides not only an epicurean adventure, but career possibilities for those with a visual impairment.
Each new smartphone is almost guaranteed to have a feature that makes our everyday lives easier. But for people with visual impairments, advancements in accessible technology can help reduce the limitations caused by their disability.