Harper's Nobel Peace Prize nomination slammed as 'outrageous'

"You don’t know whether to laugh or cry," says the Canada Palestine Association in Vancouver, in reaction to B'Nai Brith's nomination of Stephen Harper for a Nobel Peace Prize

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Our award-winning team's crowd-funded series on the people, places and conflicts associated with Canada's tar sands. Read more

Kelowna oncologist wants an energy strategy for Canada based on reality of climate change

Susan Ellard has explored the issues surrounding climate change and found a difference between what you know... and what you think you know.

MaddAddam: Darren Aronofsky bringing Margaret Atwood trilogy to HBO

Margaret Atwood's uniquely Canadian sci-fi will join "Game of Thrones" and "Girls".

Taylor Ho Bynum begins musical odyssey from Vancouver to San Diego

The Acoustic Bicycle Tour: endurance and improv.

"It's gone": Imperial Metals' Mount Polley tailings spill disrupts future of local fishing lodge

“I planned on dying here,” Skeed Borkowski, owner of the Northern Lights Lodge, said. “But not from drinking the water.”

Darren Aronofsky finds Biblical lessons in the tar sands

Canada's laissez-faire approach toward the tar sands reminded Darren Aronofsky of America's attitude toward Wall Street.

Leonardo DiCaprio throws down health challenge to Harper and oil sands execs

Wolf of Wall Street star rides viral video ice bucket wave in attempt to see ice poured on the Prime Minister

Queeristers set Queer Arts Festival ablaze

Cor Flammae: Vancouver's budding summer chorus of classically trained, queer singers, performing queer content.

Trudeau Liberals whip Harper Conservatives, while NDP holds steady: poll

Support for the Tories falls dramatically in Quebec region.