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Operations support position open at Vancouver Observer

Job Posting: Vancouver Observer "Operations Support"

Want to help change the world for the better? Build your career with Observer Media Group’s  award-winning news organization, The Vancouver Observer.  We're seeking  an optimistic,...
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Digital Days with Electronic Arts blew my mind

The magic of film has always fascinated me. You see the most incredible things happen on the screen. I’ve always been curious how they do this. Aren’t you? So I couldn’t resist attending Digital Days...

NSA stories also reveal perilous state of mainstream journalism: Greenwald

Journalist Glenn Greenwald spoke via satellite over the weekend to an international audience gathered in Hamburg, Germany for the Chaos Computer Club meeting, an annual convention for the global...

What Once Upon a Time does for feminism *Spoiler alert*

Is Once Upon a Time's re-imagining of classic fairy-tale characters a feminist feat of modern TV?

Surveillance Trojan Horse or Big Brother in disguise?

Last week saw the announcement of dangerous new online spying legislation - supposedly aimed at tackling the serious issue of cyberbullying. According to legal experts, Bill C-13...

PR fills the void left by shrinking newsrooms

As journalism continues to go under-funded, PR staff representing corporate interests have been on the rise.

Kinder Morgan Canada CEO Ian Anderson 'open and transparent' except when asked questions by reporters

Open and transparent, Kinder Morgan Canada CEO says. So why is he so reluctant to answer questions?

Feminism and the weapon-wielding women of The Walking Dead: spoiler alert

Let's take a look at two of The Walking Dead's kick-ass female characters, Andrea and Michonne.

Sexy Halloween costumes are okay, now let's stop mocking them!

Halloween should be a time of year that you can dress however the hell you want, without any judgement

Kick Ass female characters don't get the credit they deserve

While "Kick Ass 2" shows that women can be powerful characters, it falls short by taking center stage away from them. Should "Kick Ass" really be named "Hit Girl"?