Lifestyle

Apr 2, 2020
Your 3D printer could make you a COVID-19 hero
Alyssa Hirose

It’s hard not to feel helpless in these difficult times, but if you have a 3D printer, you might play a key role in supporting B.C.’s health-care workers in the coming months. Two B.C. companies, Victoria-based Crisis Rapid Prototyping Society (CRPS)...

Jan 24, 2020
Put Your Best Smile Forward

BCBusiness + BC Perio Whether following celebrity trends or following your heart, you want to look your best—and there is nothing like a beautiful smile to help create a sense of confidence and readiness to face the world. “Hollywood smiles” is a term used for what most people perceive to be...

Jan 7, 2020
Boost Your Lifestyle

BCBusiness + Booster Juice If you’ve ever resolved to live a healthier, more active lifestyle, engaging in a business opportunity that brings that lifestyle to communities across North America might be the perfect way to take your commitment to the next...

Dec 18, 2019
New Campus for Tomorrow's Leaders

BCBusiness + University Canada West Students at University Canada West’s (UCW) new campus will find more than the business-focused, teaching-intensive educational experience they have come to rely on. The school is offering a robust range of courses at Vancouver House, which...

Dec 12, 2019
Weekend Warrior: Michael Wrinch has a taste for danger
Felicity Stone

“I’ve been doing electrical engineering my whole life,” says Michael Wrinch. “I was born this way.” When Wrinch was a child, his mother noticed that he enjoyed taking things to pieces, so she asked the local TV repairman to drop off anything customers didn’t want fixed at the end of...

Dec 12, 2019
10 Things You Didn't Know About... Blume cofounders Ella Dalling and Karen Danudjaja
By the Editors

When Karen Danudjaja and Ella Dalling met through mutual friends on a camping trip over the 2017 Canada Day long weekend, they discovered they had a lot in common. Both had recently broken up with boyfriends and were reflecting on...

Dec 6, 2019
After Hours: 3 things to do in December and January
Felicity Stone

It’s the darkest time of the year, but North Vancouver’s Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is aglow until January 26. The Canyon Lights festival claims to have the tallest Christmas trees in the world: eight Douglas firs up to 110 feet high, lit from top to bottom and connected by seven...

Nov 29, 2019
Pot Shots: Cannabis edibles are now legal. But how do they taste?
Guy Saddy

They’re chewy! They’re cute as your sister’s kid and as colourful as Christmas! Plus, they pack a THC-infused punch. What’s not to love? A lot. Sold in California, where cannabis edibles are legally available, Stoney Patch gummies are likely in breach of state laws stipulating that cannabis products cannot be...

Nov 22, 2019
Inventory: B.C. First Nations creations from clothing to decor
Felicity Stone

ROOM SERVICE Each of the 18 boutique hotel suites in Vancouver’s Skwachàys Lodge and Residence is unique, but all were conceived by Indigenous artists in collaboration with local interior designers. A fair trade gallery at street level showcases Indigenous artistic and cultural work. The proceeds from the hotel and gallery go to...

Nov 22, 2019
Go Figure: We carve out some numbers on B.C.'s alpine economy
Melissa Edwards

B.C. has 13 ski resorts20 local ski hills50+ Nordic skiing areas Whistler Blackcomb is North America’s largest ski resort by both visitation: 2.4-2.6 million skiers and snowboarders annuallyand area: 8,171 acres of skiable terrain $299.2 million Annual economic impact of snowmobiling in B.C.18,000 km of snowmobiling trails$257 Average daily spending per snowmobiler Membership of Mountain Equipment Co-op when founded in...

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