What's your education worth?
Kamloops at the Crossroads
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
The Private Business Roadmap
The Monthly Informer
New columnist Timothy Taylor on the bumpy road ahead for Compass
Vancouver gets set to host the International Aquarium Congress
Why Vancouver's west side is becoming a home demolition derby
Finance Minister Mike de Jong on emails, housing and re-election
How to avoid becoming a victim of fraud at work
Nourishment for the corporate mind and soul
Why coworking is no longer just about price and convenience
When is local and organic really local and organic?
Ships ahoy! The corporate evolution of the wheelhouse
MEC's David Labistour takes off for the water
NEW + IMPROVED
The latest developments in the world of lifestyle
Beyond Bilbo: the rise of film-friendly New Zealand
The annual Hearts of Gold gala brings out the bling
LUNCH WITH LUCY
Developer Jon Stovell has an order for Vancouver: grow up, already!
In this issue
Cafés used to be the only affordable “office” choice for the self-employed. Now, fuelled by an increase in demand, coworking shared offices offer amenities and camaraderie from drop-in day rates of $25 to monthly memberships from around $200. Beyond a physical space, coworking outlets such as Spacekraft in Burnaby also offer health care plans, and many places hold information sessions for...
When developer Jon Stovell launches into a gentle tirade about housing in Vancouver, he’s not afraid to take a broader swipe at society, to boot. “Our egocentric world,” declares the president of Gastown-based Reliance Properties Ltd. (and 2016-18 chair of the Urban Development Institute), “results in a myopic pursuit of our own self-interest that’s leading us to do things that are...