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The Call of the Wild re-made again, a festival of strong...
Your numerology cycles February 15–29
Fantasmes à bout de souffle
Portrait of a Lady on Fire, superb, The Assistant, too...
Marcus King Band brings Southern Blues North of the border...
Wrinkles in the mind
Notes from (deeeep) Underground
Unruly Harley Quinn, morality by The Traitor and Elijah...
Pillars of salt that sing and dance
Your numerology cycles February 1–14
All the oil pumped down Enbridge's North B.C. pipeline will be spilled
Every gallon of tar sands crude that Enbridge wants to pump down its proposed BC pipeline will be effectively spilled -- into the atmosphere.
Jan 16th, 2012
PuSh Festival's opening gala party at the Waldorf: photos
Musicians, dancers, artists and culture-lovers gathered at the Waldorf to kick off the PuSh Festival.
Jan 18th, 2012
What To Expect When You're Expecting: BC Hydro's tips on how to prepare for a power outage
Vancouver's wintry weather might be slowing down commutes, but, according to BC Hydro press release, there might be a bigger problem to worry about: a blackout, like in Richmond on Wednesday...
Jan 18th, 2012
Family skiing in B.C.: the snow-capped Grouse Mountain
Skiing as a beginner on the Grouse is a thrilling experience.
Jan 12th, 2012
Salmon, economy and oil: Smithers mayor explains opposition to Enbridge pipeline
Smithers mayor explains why, despite job promises, the community remains opposed to the Northern Gateway oil pipeline.
Jan 17th, 2012
A mill owner's view on creating a climate for better forest management in B.C.
Switzerland's logging industry provides up to 11 jobs per thousand cubic meters of timber. That's 10 times the number of jobs created by logging in B.C., a Cortes Island mill owner says.
Daniel J. Pierce
Jan 14th, 2012
Premier Clark says B.C.'s coast belongs to Alberta (and all of Canada), not just B.C.
BC Premier Christy Clark said the west coast "doesn't just belong to British Columbia", but some British Columbians disagree.
Dec 19th, 2011
Chef Paul Cecconi of Local Lounge-Grille named Vancouver's 2011 Ocean Wise Chowder Chowdown Champion
The most inventive and delicious sustainable seafood chowder as determined by a panel of judges, and crowned Vancouver Aquarium’s fourth annual Ocean Wise Seafood Chowder Chowdown Champion on...
Nov 25th, 2011
Peter Mansbridge and Monika Deol entertain and inspire at sold-out BC Cancer Foundation Inspiration Gala
In chic fashion at the BC Cancer Foundation Inspiration Gala, 1.5 million dollars was raised for the BC Cancer Agency's Personalized Medicine Project to focus on Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) and some...
Oct 30th, 2011
Twenty million tons of Japanese tsunami debris expected to hit B.C. coast by 2014, scientists say
According to scientists at the University of Hawaii, upwards of 20 million tons tsunami debris from Japan could be heading towards British Columbia's coastlines by 2014. Large fields of debris from...
Oct 25th, 2011