Food security is a political issue

Access to healthy and affordable food is one of the most basic things we need to ensure a safe and productive society. The right to food deserves to be an election issue.
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Author and Detective Lori Shenher speaks out against complacency and injustice

Lori Shenher’s book about the botched investigation of the murdered women from Vancouver’s downtown eastside elicits emotional responses from panelists.

Metro Vancouver’s multicultural voters start to lean Liberal

According to a new Insights West poll, Justin Trudeau holds the most support from East Asian, South Asian and South East Asian Vancouverites.

A Multicultural “Calculation” for the Conservatives

Tories once used moral values to win over immigrants - but foreign-born Vancouverites are now choosing the NDP or Liberals - leaving the Conservatives trailing third.

Man who died fighting B.C. wildfire receives unprecedented provincial honour

Sixty-year-old John Phare died fighting Old Sechelt Mine blaze, and is the first person to receive the B.C. Medal of Good Citizenship.

Historic operation saves Vancouver Aquarium sea otter

Corky was sick and bloated, but a special operation saved his life.

Tobias Jesso Jr. charms hometown crowd with ‘spirited’ speeches and fanfare

The talented Vancouverite is on the rise with an acclaimed album, world tour and a feature on Adele’s upcoming record.

Panel should have considered whales when it reviewed pipeline proposal: lawyer

Review panel's failure to consider Canada's official recovery strategy for humpback whales negated the federal government's approval, says lawyer.

Why we love Yaletown

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45 Years, my new favourite at VIFF, films about militant Muslims, Syrian refugees and three more

Three films look way back: Adama to World War I, Assassin to ancient China and The Royal Tailor to historic Korea