A Better Measure of Success

How three Vancouver women are changing business for the better through environmental and social sustainability. [read more]

Forging Her Own Path

Award-winning filmmaker Asia Youngman hopes to inspire women and Indigenous youth through dynamic storytelling.
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Children on the Outside

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

What’s in a Name

British Columbia takes steps towards reconciliation with Canada’s First Nations peoples by restoring Indigenous place names.  [read more]

Access Tech

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. [read more]

Gender Games

For many years the video gaming sphere has often been considered a man’s domain. But with an increase in female players and developers, the industry is shifting its focus to include a larger fan base. [read more]

Anatomy of Acceptance

Examining societal attitudes towards transgender persons in Canada and Thailand.  [read more]

Verbal Judo

Vancouver’s Asian women police officers face stereotypes and cultural barriers.  [read more]