Company (Sort Of) Apologizes For 'Caucasian' Job Ad

Company (Sort Of) Apologizes For 'Caucasian' Job Ad

04.29.2014
The B.C. company that sought a "probably Caucasian" candidate in a recent job posting has updated the online ad with an apology of sorts. Earlier...
Mining Trumps Merengue For Vancouver Cultural Group

Mining Trumps Merengue For Vancouver Cultural Group

04.29.2014
Latincouver is, in reality, a business interest put forward under the guise of cultural exchange. While portraying itself as a centre for...
Fisheries' Changes Give Ministers Power To Allow Pollution

Fisheries' Changes Give Ministers Power To Allow Pollution

04.29.2014
In our view, these regulations allow the ministers to authorize a broad range of pollution with few limits or checks and balances. It is...
B.C. Stone House Features Gargoyles, Mini Railway

B.C. Stone House Features Gargoyles, Mini Railway

Sara Harowitz  04.28.2014
A home inspired by the stone tower houses of Scotland that took three years to build is finally completed on B.C.'s Salt Spring Island. This...
Designer Shoes For Air Canada Rouge Flight Attendants

Designer Shoes For Air Canada Rouge Flight Attendants

04.28.2014
Air Canada Rouge may be a discount carrier, but its flight attendants are sporting some designer footwear in the air. Celebrity favourite...
Vancouver Pays Off Olympic-Sized Debt

Vancouver Pays Off Olympic-Sized Debt

Keven Drews, The Canadian Press  04.28.2014
VANCOUVER - The race to pay down the $630-million debt on Vancouver's Olympic Village has earned the city a gold medal, boasts Mayor Gregor...
LOOK: B.C. Winners Of National Architecture Awards

LOOK: B.C. Winners Of National Architecture Awards

04.28.2014
Three buildings in British Columbia have earned national recognition with the Governor General’s Medals in Architecture. Awarded by...
Canadian Artist Fights Mattel's American Girl Over Name

Canadian Artist Fights Mattel's American Girl Over Name

04.28.2014
A Canadian artist is being forced to spend thousands of dollars in legal fees to defend her trademarked name against Mattel, one of the...
LOOK: Chic Cabin In The Woods

LOOK: Chic Cabin In The Woods

04.28.2014
A Vancouver-based architecture firm can boast about a major international design award for its cabin in the woods. Scott & Scott Architects...
'Probably Caucasian?' This Job's For You!

'Probably Caucasian?' This Job's For You!

04.28.2014
Amid the growing controversy over Canadian restaurants using temporary foreign workers comes a job posting from a B.C. company that's just...
Why British Columbians Want to Speed the Shift to Clean Energy

Why British Columbians Want to Speed the Shift to Clean Energy

04.27.2014
Though the B.C. government primarily sees China as a market for carbon-based fuels -- including the roughly eight million metric tonnes...
Humpback Whales Are No Longer 'Threatened' and it Has Nothing to Do With Pipelines

Humpback Whales Are No Longer 'Threatened' and it Has Nothing to Do With Pipelines

04.23.2014
When the announcement was made that humpback whales would no longer be protected as a "threatened" species in Canada, the public was furious....

Removing Humpback From Threatened List A GOOD Thing: Scientists

04.23.2014
Biologists are defending the science behind the Canadian government's recent decision to downgrade North Pacific humpback whales from the...
Humpback Whale REMOVED From 'Threatened' List

Humpback Whale REMOVED From 'Threatened' List

04.22.2014
The North Pacific humpback whale is no longer protected as a "threatened" species after the Canadian government quietly downgraded its...