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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...
Conservation campaign aims to save BC’s grizzly bears, one bite at a time
As the grizzly trophy hunt opens this weekend across B.C., Raincoast Conservation Society and Denman Island Chocolate will be launching a “Grizzly Bar” to help raise funds to protect bears in B.C.’s...
Mar 31st, 2017
Rural British Columbians oppose trophy hunting of grizzly bears
The majority of British Columbians living in rural ridings oppose trophy hunting of grizzly bears, a poll conducted by Insights West on behalf of the Commercial Bear Viewing Association has found....
Mar 30th, 2017
Peacegeeks among top 10 finalists for Google Canada Impact Challenge
Peacegeeks, a Vancouver-based humanitarian nonprofit, is in the top 10 finalists for Google Canada’s Impact Challenge, which provides $5 million of funding for the winners. If it wins, the group...
Mar 24th, 2017
Statement from Mayor Gregor Robertson on major housing, transit investments in federal budget
Vancouver is grappling with a tough affordability crisis and today’s federal budget is an encouraging step to tackle our biggest challenges - with meaningful investments in housing, public transit...
Mar 22nd, 2017
GreenPAC endorses B.C. environmental champions for the provincial election
Candidates endorsed from three major parties.
Mar 17th, 2017
Make a healthy choice by filling half your plate with fruit and vegetables
Health Minister Terry Lake and Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick joined Half Your Plate ambassador chef Michael Smith in a cooking demonstration to remind British Columbians how important it is to...
Feb 15th, 2017
Protecting the right to protest: Free speech versus corporate power
Observer Media Group Founder and CEO, Linda Solomon, to participate in a panel discussion on the freedom of speech.
Feb 2nd, 2017
Fourteen-year-old Vancouver artist Maya Rae brings youthful influences to vocal jazz
She’s just 14 years old, but Vancouver jazz vocalist Maya Rae already knows exactly who she is as an artist. Her debut album, Sapphire Birds, showcases her beguiling, understated vocal style and...
Jan 30th, 2017
Statement from Mayor Gregor Robertson on welcoming refugees
Vancouver is known throughout the world for our remarkable diversity. We have a longstanding commitment to welcoming refugees and their families in times of need. This proud history of helping...
Jan 30th, 2017
B.C. home to Canada’s second highest poverty rate
New report: Province must stop rejecting need for poverty reduction plan
Jan 12th, 2017