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Top stories of 2018

“The Tyee doesn’t leap for link bait. Still, we’re quite interested in which stories our readers find most nourishing. There’s more than one way to measure it. Six, this year, in fact:

“Which drew the most comments? Which did readers email the most to others? Which caused the most social media buzz? Which did readers linger over the longest and which did they most print out on old fashioned paper? And, of course, which drew the most visits?

Here are the results for 2018.” — Bryan Carney

The Tyee’s Top Stories of 2018 (by Many Measures)

What did readers like most this year? We figured it six ways.
By Bryan Carney.
Monday, December 31, 2018.

We Asked for 2019 Builders by 2019. You Blew Us Away

Tyee supporters blast past the goal we sought. Way past.
By David Beers.
Wednesday, January 2, 2019.

A Plea for Rapprochement Between BC and Alberta

Enough with the ‘tofu vs. beef’ spats. Climate change requires unity first.
By Byron Williston.
Monday, December 31, 2018.

Steve Burgess’s Complete Alphabetical Guide to 2018

By Steve Burgess.
Monday, December 24, 2018.

How to Turn House Repairs into Jobs for Youth Facing Barriers

A non-profit partnership provides construction training that changes lives.
By Seila Rizvic.
Thursday, January 3, 2019.

The Evolution of Bubble Tea

Richmond’s new wave is flavoured with Chinese hip-hop and immigrant irony.
By Christopher Cheung.
Thursday, January 3, 2019.

Is Your Family Falling Victim to ‘Technoference’?

Seven ways to reclaim relationships from the pull of social media.
By Sheri Madigan, By Dillon Thomas Browne and By Rachel Erlich.
Thursday, January 3, 2019.

War Is Smell

I love perfume. Must I go nose to nose with scent-free crusaders?
By Dorothy Woodend.
Wednesday, January 2, 2019.

Barbara McLintock Wove Facts to Defend the Powerless

She was legendary before she joined The Tyee. And journalism was just her first career.

War Is Smell

I love perfume. Must I go nose to nose with scent-free crusaders?

Oil and Gas Commission Confirms Fracking Caused Earthquakes Felt by Hundreds

Fort St. John tremors measured magnitude 3, 4 and 4.5, rattling residents.
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