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We’ve interviewed some of the terrific people who work at our BC member magazines about how they got into publishing and what it’s like. Feel free to suggest other people to profile here.
Dillon Johnson gifts a blanket to Kristen Van’t Schip, with Drew Blaney and Hegus John Hackett. Photo by Abby Francis, LJI.

New Names, New Relationships

Corporate overtures to Tla’amin are more than just a symbol: they’re a start. By Abby Francis, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, for qathet Living, November 2021

Morraine Lake, Alberta. Photo by Christy Chan,

Hello, Nature!

On hiking by a non-hiker. Photos & writing by Christy Chan for LINK Magazine, Nov. 19/21 and November 2021 issue.

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Finding Peace by Letting Go

When dealing with the changes and challenges that come part and parcel with her mother’s dementia, care partner Katrina Prescott has found that acceptance is the key to self-preservation. By Lisa Kadane for Dementia Connections, November 14, 2021.

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A Professional Dream Deferred

Educator and district principal Beth Applewhite draws on her personal and professional experiences to share why anti-racism work is essential and needs to be brought about intentionally and thoughtfully, with the voices of those who have experienced racism at the centre. For Principl(ed) Magazine March 2021.

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5 Ways to Choose Sustainable Chocolate

By Alia Dharssi for Asparagus Magazine, December 2018. Part of The Decider column, which looks beyond greenwashing to help you make sustainable decisions.

The Capilano Review-Front Cover-3.46 Spring 2022

Job: Literary Editor, The Capilano Review

$38,500, 26 hours/week (some hours can be worked from home), $65/monthly benefits allowance, annual cost of living increase of 4.35%. Apply by April 15. Starts June 1.

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Job: Publisher, Room Magazine

Permanent, full-time (38 hours/week), work-from-home position starting May 1. $20/hour + health benefits + 2 weeks paid vacation.

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Dealing with your own crap

Stories from CoHo Landing, a 15-household land co-operative on Denman Island. By Laura Busheikin for FOLKLIFE. On a composting management system.

Purple Reign: The Many Shades Of Mauvey

The chameleonic alt-pop artist is leading with love. By Daniel McIntosh for RANGE magazine. One of RANGE Magazine’s featured artists at their Official SXSW Showcase, March 17.

Brandon Skinner - Diorama in BTE Towing clubhouse

Childhood Dream: To Be a Tow Truck Operator

Brandon is only nine years old, but his career plans are already set in stone—when he grows up, he wants to operate a heavy-duty rotator. By Iva Kestrankova for Tow Canada.

Three Years Aboard the Sunken YOGN

Wide variety of life discovered on concrete barge YOGN-82, sunken offshore of Powell River only three years ago. By Sean Percy for Powell River Living (now qathet Living).

John Lennon & Yoko Ono Brochure Cover for "Planting Acorns at Coventry 1968" First public art collaboration. Photo by Keith McMillan ©Yoko Ono

Yoko Ono: Growing Freedom

Exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery until May 1. Article by Michael Turner for Preview Magazine.

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“Bears Teach Us”: Sharing With All Our Relations

Bears and humans have been coexisting for tens of thousands of years in Wuikinuxv territory. What can this relationship teach us about stewardship and biodiversity? By Odette Auger for Watershed Sentinel.


The Missing Penguins

Investigative story on the disappearance of the penguins in Antarctica, by Raghav (detective), age 12. Illustrated by Reska Nasution. From BAZOOF! Magazine, issue 77, February 2022

A mature man and woman dancing

Sex and Dementia

Q and A with Dementia, Sex and Wellbeing author Danuta Lipinska. By Jennifer Prescott for Dementia Connections