Canadian Muslims categorically and unequivocally condemn terror attacks on Parliament Hill in Ottawa

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at condemns and rejects all terror attacks and offers our condolences to the grieved families
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BC’s legislature warned of Ottawa security threats days before shooting

BC’s legislature aware of Ottawa's 'heightened concerns' days prior to shooting and boosts security measures.

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British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest is part of the largest remaining coastal temperate rainforest on Earth. The Vancouver Observer team journeyed there this fall, learned much about its promise, and also about what imperils it. We bring its epic story back home to you. Read more

Kinder Morgan's Qs on Aboriginal food provokes avalanche of fish photos

750+ fishing photos were sent in to viral social media campaign aimed at showing Kinder Morgan that its pipeline could threaten indigenous fishing areas

Sober “Nightmare on West Broadway” hosted by Real Housewife

This Halloween check out sober bash Nightmare on West Broadway

Green Party Events: where the Green candidates are this week

With four weeks left in the municipal election campaign, Vancouver's Green party attempts to convince voters to VOTE GREEN FIRST.

“You Don’t Own Me": Sia, Lena Dunham and other famous ladies sing in mash-up video

Watch this video of famous women singing along to Lesley Gore’s 1964 hit “You Don’t Own Me,” and get inspired to vote- and get all your friends out to vote, too.

COPE’s Meena Wong proposes plan to protect renters from ‘renovictions’

“Under the current system, a rent hike is like a prize a landlord gets for evicting a tenant,” Wong said.

Penalties now in effect for distracted drivers

“It’s clear that the $167 fine is not enough on its own,” says provincial Justice Minister Suzanne Anton.