Tourism & Culture

Sep 1, 2005
Crown Land Tenure: Trouble in the Backcountry
Andrew Findlay

Miners and loggers used to pose the greatest trouble to backcountry and wilderness travel, now with the B.C. Liberals allowing more crown land to be tenured, the enemy comes from within. Some blame the competition, others blame the government, but all agree there’s a $1-billion industry at stake.

Jul 1, 2005
B.C. Tourism: The Great Leap Forward
Paul Willcocks

With a great leap forward, In the next 10 years more than 400 million Chinese tourists will travel abroad, many for the first time. If Canada and B.C. tourism can attract even a fraction of them, we’ll double our number of overseas visitors.

Jul 1, 2005
Korean Immigration and Cultural Differences: Seoul in the City
Jessica Werb

Skipping class. Talking back to your mother. Ignoring your curfew. Just the kind of behaviour you would expect from a typical Canadian teenager. But for one 16-year-old North Vancouver boy, the punishment for these transgressions is anything but typical. In...

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