Spring adventure means different things to different people, so this year we're featuring long-distance hikes, cycling, river rafting, longboarding, and escaping to Whistler.
In Kamloops, Jeff Putnam, manager of parks and civic facilities, gets a lot of inquiries from around the world about his municipality’s longboarding facility.
Some people seem to have been born on a bike, and others seem born to bike. Chris Winter is both.
Volunteers forging National Hiking Trail, Great Divide Trail, and Vancouver Island Spine Trail, while new hut coming to Sunshine Coast Trail.
It might not be the ideal tour for someone more interested in hunting their own meat, but Canadian Outback Adventures' two-day rafting trip is certainly a pleasant night out of town.
In our spotlight on education, we look at a program for at-risk youth, tech startups, and the Tuesday lunches at the UBC First Nations Longhouse.
Every year, we try to help our readers escape the winter blahs with a comprehensive look at what’s happening around town in the early part of the calendar, when the sun isn’t shining.
In our personal finance issue, Vancity boss Tamara Vrooman is not only focused on her members' financial well-being but also on the health of the planet.
Still trying to find the perfect gifts for the loved ones on your holiday list? We've got seasonal gift ideas for travellers, techies, and everyone in between.
In our education issue, we cover women and computer coding, the balance of power on the new Vancouver school board, learning about beer, and a First Nations mentoring program.