Monthly Archives: June 2017

Could these trends in period products mark the demise of tampons and pads?

Katrina Clarke | June 29, 2017 | CBC Life You know the scene: You’re going about your day, oblivious to what’s going on inside your uterus, and – bam. You got your period. Easing the woes of women on their … Continue reading

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Refugee causes face marketing challenges here in Canada, too, say experts

Katrina Clarke | June 20, 2017 | CBC Life Refugee crises are unfolding across the world, but chances are good that you’re not donating to help victims anywhere. The question is… why? The answer is a complex one; it involves … Continue reading

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Bike raves: BC’s phenomenal dance parties that take place on neon-lit wheels

Katrina Clarke | June 13, 2017 | CBC Life It’s late at night in a sleepy Vancouver neighbourhood when, in the distance, I see neon lights rolling toward me. “Bike rave!” someone shouts out as he cycles past, music blaring … Continue reading

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The case for getting naked this summer

Katrina Clarke | June 2 | CBC Life I’m sinking my feet into warm sand at Vancouver’s Wreck Beach on a recent Sunday when a slim, bronzed man catches my attention. I watch him, struck by how graceful, streamlined and … Continue reading

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