LifeStyle Features

In this week's cover story, Vision Vancouver wants a public debate over keeping marine mammals in captivity, but critics question the politicians' motivations.
With three important bird areas in Metro Vancouver, we live in a veritable birding hot spot.
Our spring-adventure issue covers the safety of longboarding, new hiking opportunities, skateboarding's appeal, cycling networks, and "farming" snow on the North Shore.
There was a time when skateboarders were regarded as outcasts, but a new generation can enjoy dozens of Lower Mainland skateparks.
SFU lecturer Lucas Crawford hopes to widen the conversation about fat issues.
Our annual winter entertainment guide will drag you out of hibernation.
The Vegan Congress is a new group composed of faculty, staff, and students at the Vancouver postsecondary institution.
First of all, an office holiday party is still a company operation, that’s why the modifier “office” is first.
In our annual winter adventure issue, our staff examines why a Whistler facility could help Canadian athletes succeed in Sochi, as well as the history of snowboarding, winter running, and snowshoeing’s popularity.