Edible Vancouver is a print and online magazine that celebrates and supports local farmers, fishers, foragers, and food & drink artisans. We tell the stories behind the food and drink that so many of us take for granted. Our target audience is anyone who eats, which could explain why we've had to increase our circulation every year since our launch in 2008.
Vancouver magazine informs, guides and entertains people who engage with the city. Mixing quality journalism and service-driven pieces, it chronicles and reflects Vancouver’s emergence as a dynamic international city.
Young, fresh and fun, Youthink is a monthly magazine written by teens for teens. Youthink’s student journalists write about teen issues, fashion, post-secondary options, entertainment and more. The magazine is distributed to more than 430 high schools as well as select businesses and community locations in British Columbia and Alberta.
Published by the award-winning Page One Publishing team, YAM is Victoria's essential lifestyle magazine. YAM is current, relevant, and is the magazine for people who want to live well and live smart in Victoria, BC. Topics include: Health & Fitness / Home & Garden / Fashion / Arts & Culture / Food & Wine / Travel.
As Vancouver's alternative newsweekly, we provide a unique grassroots and 'in-the-know' experience on all things local, from homegrown fiction and political essays to reviews on music, theatre, books, romance and film. Vancouver Weekly delivers high-level and engaging journalism while keeping readers connected to an exclusive and comprehensive list of events handpicked by our writing staff.
Vancouver Is Awesome Inc is a community-based media organization dedicated to spreading a positive message about the city of Vancouver, B.C., and the arts and culture fostered within it. Founded, edited, maintained and supported by folks who live here and who truly love this city of ours, we are a resource that delivers lighthearted fun daily with a mantra of "no bad news"; we only report on positive happenings and leave the "real" news to traditional media and other blogs.
Peer Bulletin is an independent, international, subscriber-funded, advertising and promotion-free magazine. We believe in nurturing the human spirit by drawing upon the wisdom and practices of many traditions, our subscribers and other contributors all of whom are making a difference in the fields of peer assistance, mentoring and coaching.
Brazilian Vibe offers unique articles with renowned journalists who have a strong passion for Brazilian culture in Vancouver. We are the face of Brazilian culture in the Lower Mainland, guiding our readers to relevant services, events, and news. We engage readers in a wide variety of topics to create a package that is inclusive of the community as a whole just as the culture itself embraces a rich diversity of people. All articles are written in Portuguese and English.
Since 1978, BC Broker magazine has been informing and connecting people in the property and casualty insurance industry in B.C. BC Broker is the primary publication of the Insurance Brokers Association of BC, providing timely information to the 9,000 licensees working in more than 825 IBABC-member brokerages throughout the province. In addition, BC Broker is followed by professionals in insurance companies and the industry's allied trades in B.C. and across Canada.
Western Mariner, the Magazine of the Coast, serves the commercial marine industry on the west coast of Canada. Features articles on boats, boat designs and naval architecture, boat builders and repairers, shipyards and services, engines and drives, electronics, deck hardware and equipment, fishing gear, legal and business issues, plus in-depth features on the working waterfront, harbours, ports, people and marine communities of British Columbia.
From inspirational homes to tantalizing recipes, from exciting travel destinations to hundreds of sources in Western Canada’s seven largest cities for everything from decor to food and wine, Western Living brings intelligent inspiration to living well in the West.