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‘Here for the long haul’

‘Here for the long haul’

A map for a gap

A map for a gap

After COVID-19 upended education in myriad ways, local students are increasingly looking at a gap year to pursue their passions
Time for Indigenous futurism

Time for Indigenous futurism

Today’s Indigenous Musicians and Filmmakers Unearth Tomorrow’s Memories
Too wet, too rainy

Too wet, too rainy

How climate change could end the ski business for many B.C. resorts
Searching for a perfect match

Searching for a perfect match

Meet the Whistler Animals Galore residents currently looking for a forever home
A million and counting: part 2

A million and counting: part 2

B.C. ski hills that survive global warming could reap tourism windfall, says expert

B.C. ski hills that survive global warming could reap tourism windfall, says expert

By mid-century, climate change is expected to cause steep declines in snowfall at many ski resorts across the world. With its colder winters, could British Columbia's Interior mountains come out on top?
'Too wet, too rainy': How climate change could end ski business for many B.C. resorts

'Too wet, too rainy': How climate change could end ski business for many B.C. resorts

Fifteen thousand years ago, the mountains of Vancouver's North Shore emerged from an ice shelf. Now, some climate scientists say the winter legacy of B.C.'s coastal mountains is on the brink of collapse.
A million and counting

A million and counting

Experts believe the world is in the midst of the sixth great extinction, and biodiversity losses around the globe continue to mount. How did we get here?And what can be done about it?
Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis

Long after the Olympic spotlight fades, elite athletes face the challenge of transitioning to a life outside of sport