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Protesters at Oppenheimer Park vow to stay and fight for...
Thousands stranded as SkyTrain Expo and Millennium Line...
Graydon's got to go: ex-BCLC CEO's conflict of...
Environmental and labour organizations call on Island...
Tragedy of Malaysia Airlines crash is serving as pretext...
Mass opposition to Squamish LNG plant sparks calls for...
Province's air pollution study green lights LNG build-...
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Junk food tax misses the point
What's a more effective alternative to taxing high-sugar junk food? The answer is surprisingly simple.
Feb 3rd, 2012
Bling and glitter are back this Christmas
It's time to let your wardrobe shine with glittery and sequined items this holiday season.
Dec 13th, 2011
Why I won’t be growing a moustache for “Movember”
I don’t want to unwittingly promote controversial cancer screening to the male masses. And I don't want to be a cause-marketing dupe for companies (and industries) that do not reflect my values.
Nov 6th, 2011
Facebook gives big rewards for bug reports
Find a glitch in the popular social networking site, and be rewarded. With more than 750 million active users, Facebook said that the program would allow individuals to be recognized and it would...
Aug 31st, 2011
Newfoundland and Labrador will fund trials for controversial MS treatment
An announcement was made Monday by Newfoundland and Labrador Health Minister Jerome Kennedy that his province would begin clinical trials of a controversial new therapy for multiple sclerosis called...
Sep 13th, 2010
"Prince of Pot" Marc Emery faces sentencing today in Seattle
After a long extradition fight that ended earlier this year, Marc Emery is finally going to prison, news reports say. Observers expect Emery to receive a five year prison term. Emery's legal team...
Linda Solomon Wood
Sep 10th, 2010