Grand Chief Stewart Phillip says the decision to appoint Jim Prentice to sell Northern Gateway to BC First Nations is too little too late.
Joe Oliver, Canada's Minister of Natural Resources reiterated his support for the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline project yesterday, arguing that the project is an “obvious yes for Canada and the...
Apart from the Holy Family, very little good art has come of virginity—it's the seedy stuff that we like best—so what could be better than an intimate solo piano recital in a converted porn cinema?
In East Van, dolphin shorts are back in.
Brad Zimmerman presents his one-man show as part of the Chutzpah Festival at the Norman and Annette Rothstein Theatre and it’s a blast. Zimmerman turns a combination of standup routines and hilarious...
Vancouver Aquarium veterinarians work 24/7 to save a very sick otter.
Vancouver Opera's production of Don Giovanni features visual effects by renowned video designer and visual innovator Bob Bonniol.
Paper, clothing, records, plastics and metal. These aren't supposed to end up tossed in the waste stream, but some have escaped the inspector’s scrutiny and face a fiery end.
A report from the Sixth Annual Manning Networking Conference.
Stephen Harper is relentlessly inclined to political acts that harm the environment. Do his beliefs have anything to do with it?
World music sensation Yemen Blues returns to Vancouver for the fourth straight year as part of Chutzpah!, Vancouver’s yearly Jewish performing arts extravaganza.
Journalists in some 30 countries around the world rallied yesterday, February 27, in support of their colleagues in Egypt who have come under attack, specifically the 20 journalists of Al Jazeera...