LifeStyle Features

Taiwanfest takes place at various venues on August 30 and 31 and September 1.
In our back-to-school issue, we cover postsecondary entrepreneurship programs, Bitcoin on campuses, training of psychiatric nurses, and curbing gender-based violence.
Running from July 16 to 20, this year’s Squamish Mountain Festival will have “lots going on”.
Has yoga evolved to steer away from its spiritual roots to become a commercial industry?
Our annual Summer in the City issue lets you in on a trip to the races, hiking in nature, cycling in parks, exercising for charity, and even jumping out of an airplane.
Events such as the Deighton Cup and Dîner en Blanc suggest that Vancouver is shaking off its reputation as a no-fun city.
Two Georgia Straight staffers jumped out of an airplane in Pemberton and fell more than 3,000 metres.
The Vancouver Island Spine Trail will span 700 kilometres between the southern and northern tips of the island.
In our special education issue, we delve into the history of racism in Canada, local professors and their research, computer programming classes, and the importance of teaching kids to cook.
In this week's cover story, Vision Vancouver wants a public debate over keeping marine mammals in captivity, but critics question the politicians' motivations.