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A cold and very lonely Hallelujah
Time for a guaranteed livable income in Vancouver?
Your numerology cycles March 16–31
Lara Croft tries the movies again, Russia takes a cinematic...
Temporary modular housing approved for Kaslo Street
Oprah graces A Wrinkle in Time, our city stars in...
Prodigious Hewitt; seeing is believing
Thirty nine units of temporary modular housing approved for...
Nostalgic Yiddish singalong @ Chutzpah!
International Women's Day Concert celebrates female...
Life In Colour: Drawings by Angela Gooliaff at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum
Giant interactive colouring book murals invite audience to control their own story through colour.
Aug 24th, 2017
Open Letter: UBCIC calls for the immediate cessation of the expropriation of lands for the doomed Site C Dam
Dear Ms. McDonald: The Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) calls for an immediate halt to the forced evictions of the Boon and Meek/Jardine families on Treaty 8 territory and to suspend any new...
Jun 8th, 2017
Open Letter: 2017 BC Election - British Columbians have spoken
Dear Premier Christy Clark, John Horgan and Andrew Weaver: From April 28th to May 9th nearly two million British Columbians took to the polls to give expression to their deep concerns...
May 29th, 2017
The Pipeline Project picks up five Jessie Award nominations
"The Pipeline Project," a play based on the complex debate around the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline proposal, has picked up five Jessie Award nominations, which celebrate professional excellence...
May 24th, 2017
Tsleil-Waututh Nation launch "selfie billboard” highlighting pipeline expansion issues in B.C. election
The Tsleil-Waututh Nation (TWN) Sacred Trust Initiative launched an unusual and eye-catching project to spread the word to British Columbian voters on how to use the B.C. election to halt this...
May 8th, 2017
Gitxsan leaders join BC First Nations to vote for Anyone But Clark (ABC)
Two Gitxsan house groups, Gwininitxw and Luutkudziiwus urge voting that will empower First Nations, support communities, environment, and economic well-being.
May 3rd, 2017
Indigenomics: Raising our understanding, raising our relationships
An interview with recently appointed Senior Advisor to the Federal Finance Minister, Carol Anne Hilton.
Apr 19th, 2017
Non-profit questions when helping an animal is a crime
Wanting to help an animal, be it a beaver or a family pet, injured by a trap is a natural reaction to most people in British Columbia. But the line between when that’s a crime and when it’s...
Apr 12th, 2017
No "undo button" for loss of wild animals
National Observer's reporting on 'State of the Animal' is 85% funded. Kickstarter is all or nothing. Please pledge so we can make our goal of raising $15,000 in the next 8 days. Thank you!
Apr 8th, 2017
Hopeful Economics summit tackles reconciliation, social enterprise and public policy
Hosted by SFU and City of Vancouver
Apr 3rd, 2017