Contents | June 2010
Three stories from the construction trade show that being an honest employer has never been harder. With a decline in government enforcement, unscrupulous bosses are driving down working standards to cut costs – and getting away with it.
By Peter Severinson
Question of Faith
Charities everywhere have been rocked by the recession, but those claiming to serve a higher power seem to have the edge. Is it a testament to devotion? An act of God? Or maybe just a lesson in the economics of faith?
By Steve Burgess
Painting the Town
Dozens of small B.C. resource towns have been crippled by the boom-and-bust resource market when their life-giving mine or mill goes bust. A few have miraculously transformed into thriving travel stops, but how many towns can tourism save?
By Tristin Hopper
Profile: Gregory Henriquez
Architect Gregory Henriquez, designer of Woodward's and other B.C. icons, talks about good looks and doing good.
By David Jordan
Years of committees, targets and programs have failed to boost the ration of women in B.C.'s law firms – but a business plan might just succeed.
By Neal McLennan
Aging Baby Boomers Delay Retirement
B.C. faces an unprecedented wave of retirement as boomers approach 60. Just don't expect them to stop working.
By Daniel Wood
Inquiring Minds:What fictional character are you most like?
Need to Know:How to create an excellent internship
Crossroads:Ex-newsie Dennis Skulsky takes the field as the BC Lions' new president