Media "impolite" to ask questions about secretive Iraq meeting, Minister says

Despite a tearful apology from MP Paul Calandra for dodging questions about Canada's role in Iraq, with ministers dismissing questions at every turn.
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Crying out for Hong Kong democracy: police teargas Occupy Central protesters

#OccupyCentral protesters are furious with Beijing's plan to require the Communist Party's approval of candidates running for the city's top elected position

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Kinder Morgan warns pipeline may go past homes if not under Burnaby Mountain

"We may have to pursue our alternate route through city streets in the Westridge neighbourhood," warns a Kinder Morgan letter.

More VIFF picks to start the week: Vancouver Asahi, The Fool, Everything Will Be

Hollywood dreams and a Vancouver baseball team lead off today

Vancouver Opera's Carmen aims, fires, misses...then hits a bull’s eye

The Vancouver Opera roared to life Saturday night with enough treachery and dashed hopes to put Wall Street to shame. VOA’s Carmen tells the cautionary tale of love, jealousy, and excessive smoking.

Hapa-palooza 2014 celebrates three giants of mixed-heritage

Hapa-palooza honours Kip Fulbeck, Ann Makosinski, and Fred Wah.

Cities rising: B.C. municipal leaders demand a bigger say over oil pipelines

A convention of B.C. municipal leaders this week revealed a new wave of local government activism against Kinder Morgan and the National Energy Board

BREAKING NEWS: Burnaby wins ruling against Kinder Morgan

City of Burnaby wins key ruling with National Energy Board against Kinder Morgan and its proposed $5.4 billion oil sands pipeline.