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Photo of the Palenque Palace Aqueduct in Chiapas by Ricraider/Wikimedia Commons.
Brent Patterson | A proposed multi-billion-dollar tourist train through tropical forests opposed by Indigenous peoples and the Zapatistas draws the interest of Canadian investors.
Columnists
Tourists in Venice. Photo: Roberto Trombetta/flickr
Rick Salutin | Is it possible that tourism has reached the end of its life cycle, like, possibly, zoos? Residents in big tourist cities react a lot like animals in cages: pacing, then snarling.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Karen Sawatsky says there are over 1,000 entire units being used exclusively for short term rentals in Vancouver and that this is contributing to the city’s rental housing crisis.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | In his recent book, Tom Slee delivers a sharp critique of technology companies like Airbnb and Uber, arguing that these businesses damage rather than serve the interests of communities.
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Stephen Kimber | Nova Scotia has agreed to pony up $32.7 million over the next two years for two years' guaranteed use of a failed high-speed Hawaiian ferry-turned-U.S.-navy-surplus. Why?
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Americans able to visit more freely, the Cuban 5 released and essential construction materials allowed into the country. But what else was in the agreement between Obama and Castro?
News
Photo: flickr/Martin Cathrae
rabble staff | Today, Prince Edward Islanders are asking cruise ship passengers to help defend the EI benefits that are so essential in a province that depends on seasonal work.
Podcast
Tanya Hill | Last month B.C Ferries announced they would cut ferry services in British Columbia and discontinue the Discovery Coast Ferry. Interview with Petrus Rykes Chair of Save the Discovery Ferry Campaign.
News
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Chaya Ocampo Go | Little do many travelers know that their island-resort is the ancestral land of the Ati community, people who have called the island home since time immemorial.
Blog
Andrew Brett | "There is truly no prostitution healthier than Cuba's," said Fidel Castro in 1992. Or so claims the Toronto Star. But did he really?
Podcast
Redeye
Manuel Schulte | Clayoquot Wilderness Resort was granted permission to build infrastructure for their own private use in one of Vancouver Island's oldest and most extensive provincial parks.
Podcast
Healing the Earth radio, Leah Lemieux | Leah Lemieux is the author of Rekindling the Waters: The Truth About Swimming wtih Dolphins. She explains the dark side of dolphin captivity, and the amazing side of our connections with this species.