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Anne Watson

Anne is a journalist and award-winning filmmaker who moved to Vancouver three years ago with her daughter. Her most recent film project was with the National Film Board about changes in education in the Vancouver area.

Wintering at a summer resort in Roche Harbor, Washington

A winter weekend at the Roche Harbor summer resort offers peace and calm away from the storm.

Tug of war intensifies between Lost Canadian advocate and citizenship minister

Jason Kenney won't meet with Don Chapman, but the Minister challenges the activist in the pages of a student newspaper.

The Art Market website launches "for all Canadians"

A combination of Plenty of Fish and Craigslist for collectors and artists alike, the Art Market could become the meet and greet of Canada's visual art world.

Will Brookfield Asset Management trash a beloved B.C. forest for cash? Tune in to MTV's Buried Life tonight to find out. (VIDEO)

Tune in to the Buried Life, on November 15th to find out the end of the story that unfolded when MTV got in touch with Zoe Miles to help her fulfil a dream.  The dream?  Saving a beloved...

Point-Counterpoint: Kerr vs. Stevenson on West End development and the STIR program

Two points of view. The first from Tiko Kerr, West End Neighbors, and the second from Vision Vancouver Councillor Tim Stevenson. A presentation of VOTV.

Mark Boulos at the Belkin

Edginess and restless agitation combine with contemplative stillness in Boulos videos and photos of our world in conflict.