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A conversation with video gamer turned venture capitalist Paul Lee

The godfather of B.C. digital media on the sad state of local VC—and what he’s going to do about it

Scotiabank Vancouver Canadians Hot Stove Luncheon

The annual Hot Stove Luncheon raises funds to support local youth programs

By the numbers: Vancouver's worsening transit woes

The Lower Mainland's population has increased by 38,000 in the year since the mayors released their plan one year ago for relieving an already-choked transit system

Meet the B.C. multimillionaire who has devoted his fortune to saving the sea

In less than six years, a former fishing lodge on remote Calvert Island has become one of the leading centres for marine research in Canada. Some 200 scientists and 80 research projects on B.C.’s central coast trace their work to the Hakai Institute’s support—and none of it would have been possible without the hands-on (and surprisingly low-profile) philanthropy of Eric Peterson

Former president strikes back at UBC

Plus, Wilderness Committee wins in court and B.C. entrepreneurs buck up

Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women Awards

WXN Canada's Most Powerful Women Top 100 awards luncheon celebrates women from B.C. and the Territories who have made significant contributions to their community through entrepreneurship, leadership and vision

Stephanie Goodwin and Dara Parker

Telus bets on LGBTQ initiatives to build influence

For many small organizations, a corporate partner can mean the difference between success and failure—one reason among many why Telus ranks No. 2 on our list of B.C.’s most influential brands

26th Annual Vancouver Symphony Ball 2016

26th Annual Vancouver Symphony Ball raises over $750,000 with a sold-out crowd of more than 500 guests.

Jody Wilson-Raybould | Canada MP

A conversation with Jody Wilson-Raybould

A novice MP gets a plum role in the new Trudeau government, with responsibility for reshaping First Nations relations and legalizing pot

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