Related Program: The Record Vancouver Seeing Record Year For Tourism By Kate Walters & Ross Reynolds • Sep 3, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Flickr Photo/BC Gov Photos (CC-BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 5:02 Ross Reynolds speaks with Canadian journalist Frances Bula about the bump in tourism Vancouver, B.C., is experiencing. Tags: CanadabusinesstourismTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content 'Helping My People': 17-Year-Old Farmworker Becomes A Labor Activist By Rogelia Sanchez • Sep 2, 2015 Courtesy of Alicia Santos Listen Listening... / 4:14 Alicia Santos started picking strawberries when she was 7 years old. Her mother was working at Hayton Farms in Skagit County, so Alicia went along. She stayed in the row for the whole day but didn't make much effort. "I feel like, why am I even picking? It's so hot!" Notice Fewer Containers At Puget Sound Ports? Canada Grabbed Our Business By Carolyn Adolph • Sep 3, 2015 KUOW Photo/Carolyn Adolph Listen Listening... / 3:14 The container terminals at the ports of Seattle and Tacoma are running at less than half their capacity, according to a study conducted for the ports. The study by Mercator International of Kirkland – one of several last year – said no other major port complex in North America is so underused. Seattle Teachers Threaten To Strike By Ann Dornfeld • Sep 3, 2015 KUOW Photo/Ann Dornfeld Listen Listening... / 1:39 Seattle teachers haven't gone on strike over a contract negotiation since 1985. But Seattle Education Association Vice President Phyllis Campano says with school less than a week away, the district and union are far apart on too many issues. POW's Suffering Didn't End When World War II Did By Patricia Murphy • Sep 2, 2015 KUOW Photo/Patricia Murphy Listen Listening... / 4:22 In 1945 President Harry Truman declared Sept. 2 as Victory Over Japan Day. Japan surrendered aboard the USS Missouri. It was the official end of World War II. But the suffering wasn't over for Henry Chamberlain, who had been captured on the Philippines' Bataan Peninsula more than three years before.