Jocelyn Ho is the Rare Plant Fairy. (Photos courtesy Rare Plant Fairy)

I’m the Rare Plant Fairy. I sell exotic plants to customers worldwide.

Jocelyn Ho started selling rare plants during the pandemic. Now, business is budding. “We have our ‘rare plant drops’ every Friday, which our customers know to set their alarms for.”

People cheer during the the Canada Day noon show on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Monday, July 1, 2019. (Justin Tang/CP)

This Canada Day, the country must reflect on its history to write its future

Anita Li: Canada must return to its core values—sustainability, multiculturalism and human rights—which have not been upheld in recent years

Will the Olympics’ green makeover have lasting effects?

Opinion: The Olympics offers a chance to showcase more forward-looking thinking on sustainability

Canada’s Green 30

Companies that integrate sustainability programs into their workplace culture win praise from their employees

UBC policy addresses fossil fuel ‘divestment’

Student group says new rules don’t go far enough to fight climate change

Hungry for a cause? Look closer at that cafeteria tray.

National Student Food Summit shows students advancing their ideals through food

Big salaries in B.C., Instagram arrest & divestment

What students are talking about today (April 5th)

Can you hear the eco?

A beginner’s guide to master-level sustainability programs

A dense idea

Vertical development: A dense idea

It turns out cramming more people into cities won’t help the environment or our health, and may even hurt the economy

The 100-mile mess

Is local food bad for the economy?

The Locavore’s Dilemma, a controversial new book by two Canadian academics, is attracting its fair share of criticism