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Dining in the Dark

Eating a meal in total darkness is undoubtedly a unique experience. But dark dining is a growing trend, and provides not only an epicurean adventure, but career possibilities for those with a visual impairment.

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Stress for Success

With short recruitment periods and a strict etiquette to follow for young Japanese people looking for work, the job hunt can be a stressful period in their life and can even lead to thoughts of suicide.

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The Returns of Labour

Agricultural migrant workers from Mexico face challenging employment and social conditions in Canada.

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Limited Prospects

Newly qualified Canadian teachers seek employment with international schools.

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Swept Under the Rug

A closer look at Canada’s live-in caregiver program.

Landing a Job in the Land of Opportunity

Highly qualified immigrants run into the “Canadian experience required” barrier.

Verbal Judo

Vancouver’s Asian women police officers face stereotypes and cultural barriers.

Made in Canada

Not just a dilemma for developing nations, sweatshops are a local issue.

Glitter Girls

Japan’s night world lures young Canadian women to play hostess.

Mastering Journalism

UBC’s newest master’s program is set to open its doors.

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