Oct 14, 2020
Splash Art Auction and Gala Open to the Public

BCBusiness + Arts Umbrella We’ve all been spending more time at home in recent months. And while home has always been our refuge, a place for family dinners and quiet evenings in, it’s now so much more than that. Home is the...

Sep 17, 2020
Shop and Save: Simply Beautiful Expands Online Store

BCBusiness + Simply Beautiful Simply Beautiful launched in 2017 as an exciting way for the editorial team of BCLiving to share fabulous finds and gorgeous picks, culled from thousands of products tested throughout the year. From home decor treasures to stylish accessories...

Jul 30, 2020
7 B.C.-based vodka soda brands to check out this long weekend
Darian Kovacs

It’s the peak of summer, the sun is hot, and we’re chasing the most refreshing vodka soda of the season. I know what you’re thinking—with so many ready-to-drink options to choose from, finding the perfect one is a daunting task.

Jul 28, 2020
Summer golf getaways to Kamloops, BC
Jessica Kirby

BCBusiness + Golf Kamloops From lake shores to cliff sides, Kamloops’ distinct landscapes offer unique challenges for all skill levels. Home to top-ranked courses Tobiano and Talking Rock, Kamloops boasts some of the most unique golf layouts in Canada—eight in total—and with plenty of annual sunshine, amazing conditions and an eight-month...

Jul 20, 2020
Innovate or Die
Jessica Kirby

BCBusiness + Innovative Fitness Innovative Fitness lives up to its name with a successful pivot into two-way streaming its customized personal training services. Leveraging tech and underutilized space is not a new concept, but as the sharing economy takes a hit...

Jun 11, 2020
30 Under 30: Sarah Sangha explores aromachology with Vellum Wellness
Alyssa Hirose

Life Story: Sarah Sangha knew from an early age that she wanted to be a journalist, and after earning a degree in political science from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 2012 and a diploma in broadcast journalism from BCIT in 2014...

Jun 11, 2020
30 Under 30: Ania Wysocka created an app, Rootd, to comfort the panic-stricken
Nick Rockel

Life Story: In her fourth year of an international relations degree at UBC, Ania Wysocka started suffering from panic attacks. For someone who had enjoyed public speaking and always saw herself working for an international organization, life became very different.

May 13, 2020
How to be your own bartender: "Quarantini" advice and a recipe
Alyssa Hirose

After nearly two months of accessing your work remotely, setting up video calls and doing every puzzle you can get your hands on, you deserve a drink. And not one of those sad high-balls crafted from the dregs of your...

May 8, 2020
How to be your own hairdresser: Cutting your bangs (with video)
Alyssa Hirose

You’ve read the DIY blogs. You’ve watched the YouTube disasters. Now it’s time to make the cut. For all the brave souls taking scissors into their own hands during this difficult time, independent senior stylist and Blanche Macdonald Hair graduate Lara...

May 5, 2020
How to be your own barista: Tips, tricks and tools of the trade
Alyssa Hirose

Crafting your own caffeinated beverage is cheaper, safer (#thanksCOVID-19) and more brag-worthy than hitting up your local café—unfortunately, it’s also a lot more daunting. Shahnee Zaver, general manager at Vancouver’s Caffe La Tana, offered us her wisdom on being our...

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