Sober, safer, and selfless: How AU learner Kira Dunlop created community in sobriety

It took Athabasca University (AU) learner Kira Dunlop nine years, four different schools, and getting sober to work towards earning her Bachelor of Commerce degree.

TriCity News: New wave of bars creates buzz without the booze

By: The Canadian Press There’s something missing from a new wave of bars opening around the world: Alcohol. Aimed at the growing number of people exploring

CBC: COVID-19 closures having bigger impact on most vulnerable, says women’s society head

Yellowknife Women’s Society executive director Bree Denning says that it’s important to keep the most vulnerable in mind when issuing guidelines for social isolation, or

Meet “Generation Sober”: Why Millennials Aren’t Drinking Anymore

There was a time when Jacques Martiquet couldn’t imagine a night out without a drink. Extroverted and charming, the 22-year-old UBC pharmacology graduate nonetheless felt

Vancouver women recount different paths to sobriety

John Kurucz / Vancouver Courier Ang’s crutch was schmoozing. As someone who works in the entertainment and hospitality industries, she’s done a lot of it.

Victoria woman shares journey from streets to sobriety

Victoria woman shares journey from streets to sobriety Shirley Jones used to live on the streets in downtown VIctoria. Now, the 53-year-old has overcome her

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