Jesse Ferreras has spent over a decade in media.
He began his professional career at Whistler’s Pique Newsmagazine, where he covered the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
He later moved to Canada.com in Toronto before coming home to Vancouver to help start The Huffington Post B.C. He subsequently served as associate editor for trends and traffic for The Huffington Post Canada before a stint at The Huffington Post Canada Business.
For decades, corporations have focused on “shareholder primacy.” It wasn’t always this way. Continue reading →
Clients of the telecommunications company have been coping with an email outage since Thursday morning. Continue reading →
One Telus customer said: “without email, businesses are shutting down.” Continue reading →
The El Paso shooting claimed the life of Margie Reckard, wife of Antonio Basco, who had no other family. Continue reading →
Donald Trump said people need to vote for him because of the stock market. Reports suggest that’s not necessarily true. Continue reading →
Telus said technicians were “working extremely hard to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.” Continue reading →
Antonio Basco was left with no family after his wife was killed in the El Paso shooting. Over 1,000 are expected to attend her funeral. Continue reading →
A large contingent of police officers have descended upon a north Philadelphia neighbourhood to respond to the incident. Continue reading →
Antonio Basco has lost his “angel,” and the public is invited to attend her funeral. Continue reading →
FBI agents seized computers as they searched Jeffrey Epstein’s Little St. James Island. Continue reading →
The Jeffrey Epstein criminal case could still ensnare at least three of his unnamed employees who were mentioned in an indictment. Continue reading →
Vessels facing fines included two Coast Guard vessels and a luxury yacht. Continue reading →
Straight Pride Organizer: “we’re a totally peaceful racist group.” Continue reading →
The families of people linked to the murders in northern B.C. are now experiencing “ambiguous loss.” Continue reading →
The link between gun ownership and mass shootings is consistent across two studies. And the U.S. share is six times the global one, research shows. Continue reading →