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Give doctors a capital gains tax break

Why Doctors Need a Capital Gains Tax Break

A tweak to the government’s controversial new tax legislation would encourage more Canadian physicians to stick around
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I Threw Myself a Divorce Party

I invited my family, friends and a scantily clad male bartender—and finally got closure
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I Watched My Hometown Burn to the Ground

Three years after a fire wiped out Lytton, B.C., locals are just starting to rebuild their lives
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Big Idea: Take Green Fuel to the Skies

Food waste, cooking oil and landfill debris will power our future air travel
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I Solved My Family’s Scheduling Burnout—With Tech

More parents are using Slack, GCal and other apps to manage their overstuffed lives
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How I’m Making My Olympic Bid More Eco-Friendly

Elite sports can be big polluters. Here’s how I’m making my Olympic podium run better for the planet.
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Why International Students Are Packing Their Bags

Mohammad Khosravani moved to Canada to kick-start a career in AI. Now, after six months of fruitless job hunting, he’s eyeing the U.S.
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Big Idea: Capture Carbon From the Air

Companies need to stop their emissions from polluting the skies. Direct air capture can help absorb what’s already up there.
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Inside an Exotic Fruit Forest—in Vancouver

I grow Chilean guava, goji berries and even a famed Shakespearean fruit in my backyard
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Life in the Age of Drought

Our hometown of Merritt, B.C., has been dealing with water restrictions since April. Drought, wildfire and flooding keep us constantly on edge.