With Greyhound Gone, BC Needs to Get Creative for Communities

With Greyhound Gone, BC Needs to Get Creative for Communities

Many northern British Columbians are isolated because the inter-city transportation infrastructure that was lost when Greyhound discontinued its BC routes has not been fully replaced. The BC government is trying to fill the gaps with new private providers—but is this too narrow of an approach?

Canada and Vietnam Establish New Comprehensive Economic Partnership: Inclusivity, Sustainability, and AI in the Context of MSMEs

Canada and Vietnam Establish New Comprehensive Economic Partnership: Inclusivity, Sustainability, and AI in the Context of MSMEs

From November 8th to November 11th, 2017, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau paid a historic visit to Vietnam where he and Vietnamese Prime Minister, Nguyen Xuan Phuc, announced a comprehensive economic partnership. After 44 years of diplomacy, Canada and Vietnam are taking their relations to a new level, hoping to enhance prosperity in both countries through trade and investment.

The Veneer of Nonprofit Transparency: Mind Your Donated Dollars as Charities Respond to Natural Disasters

The Veneer of Nonprofit Transparency: Mind Your Donated Dollars as Charities Respond to Natural Disasters

Government agencies, donor networks, and charity watchdog groups need to share and support public relations efforts of transparent and operationally-effective charities. Identifying local, high-impact organizations working on the ground is a good start to ultimately distancing donor networks away from donating to egregious charities.