Rachel Sanders is an associate producer with CBC Radio current affairs.
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Deep Cove Kayak paddling strong after 39 years
After 39 years in business, Deep Cove Kayak is adapting and expanding to weather the pandemic.
'I felt really stranded': B.C. woman says she struggled to access care after miscarriage
When Ivana Horacek suspected she was losing her pregnancy last October, the worry was unbearable. When it happened, she worried she would never find the treatment and support she needed from the health-care system.
Behind the scenes at one school's holiday concert
Mounting a school-wide performance can take weeks — or even months — of preparation.
With a rich history of nightlife, Vancouver has never been 'No Fun City,' author argues
From bars to supper clubs, nightclubs and discotheques, Vancouver has always been home to a vibrant nightlife — all the way back to the opening of the Globe Saloon in 1867, says Aaron Chapman, author of the new history Vancouver After Dark.
'We feel like we really make a difference': Safety is Delta-based company's business
Delta-based company manufactures emergency-preparedness products for use across Canada
Vancouver skateboarding event aims to inspire youth
Vancouver Skateboard Coalition’s All Aboard event on Granville Island looks at skateboarding's impact on society and mental health.
Business booming at Dressew Supply after nearly six decades
Dressew Supply has been in business for nearly 60 years and the business is still thriving.
Creativity, community spirit are keys to Neil Douglas Guitar Shop's longevity
The Neil Douglas Guitar Shop has weathered many challenges since it first opened in 1968.
Pomp and Pressure
How B.C. high school students are feeling growing stress over post-secondary admission
B.C. high school students say the pressure around making choices and getting into post-secondary school has intensified.
How the 'incredible beauty' of 4 industrial buildings inspired the Granville Island Public Market
One of the two architects of the Granville Island Public Market reflects on its past and looks to the future on the 40th anniversary of the market's opening.