New Ways

Dismissed by some, mqny say land-based fish farms are the key to protecting wild salmon

This VanIsle-based company is doing something very unique – making EVs on Vancouver Island

But can homegrown solutions keep the lights on?

A Comox Valley-based company is designing light and strong carbon mountain bike wheels built to take a beating

Classic car owners can have their cake and eat it too

Keeping a dirty, climate-unfriendly power plant running to occasionally supply electricity to keep air conditioners running during deadly climate-change-caused heatwaves doesn’t seem like a smart decision

It’s a first for BC—an Indigenous community is leading on this huge and important infrastructure project

When entrepreneur moved to Campbell River, he fell in love with cedar

A tough little salmon farming start-up in Nanaimo is getting ready to go big

A Port Alberni entrepreneur is starting a business making high-end tiles from wood waste

Making movies is big business, and it’s getting bigger on WestIsle

Fans of bikepacking are set to explore the North Island on two wheels

The long overdue renaming of a Port Alberni elementary school helps to put the racist legacy of a local politician to rest

Orange Shirt Day started with Phyllis Webstad’s traumatic first day at residential school nearly 50 years ago

Robots join the serving staff at two Vancouver Island restaurants

Share your culture and your feelings on your shirt

Island rail buffs won this round, but they now only have 18 months to make rail happen again

Norwegian company took one step closer to building a land-based fish farm in Belfast, Maine

Students say move discriminates against the largest voting block in the country – 18 to 34 year olds.

The natural gas-fired power plant in Campbell River is one of the biggest single sources of heat-trapping pollution in BC