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Apr 10th, 2015
It took six hours for the Coast Guard to build a containment boom around a toxic spill at a deep-water anchorage off English Bay and 13 hours before City authorities were notified. Now the City of...
Apr 6th, 2015
All these years, I have walked by Cézanne’s paintings without really seeing a thing.
Mar 20th, 2015
At Waterfront Station Friday morning, Andrea Domagas and her team were on the front lines of the transit plebiscite, asking transit takers to pledge their 'YES' vote in the Metro Vancouver...
Feb 13th, 2015
We hear a lot about social justice education within K-12 and post-secondary institutions. However, many people who are already engaging in Critical Social Justice Education work can often be found...
Cafe Medina owner Robbie Kane
Feb 11th, 2015
Since it opened in 2008, Café Medina has carved out a niche as one of Vancouver’s premier destinations for breakfast, lunch and daily brunch. Owner Robbie Kane’s pioneering attitude toward café...
The Gastown steam clock is back
Jan 20th, 2015
9 a.m.  Patiently waiting for the clock to arrive. 9:30 a.m. Running behind schedule. Here it comes.   Safety first.   If you had any doubts, the scene was chaotic (before and...
Dec 15th, 2014
Observer Media Group is hiring an ambitious, smart, Assistant to the Director of Digital Advertising Sales  who is passionate about making the world a better place through media and who loves to...
Alexandra Brigham
Dec 10th, 2014
Alexandra Brigham, the General Manager of Eternal Abundance, an all-vegan, organic grocery store and restaurant on Commercial Drive, got her start apprenticing on an organic farm in the Okanagan...
Sep 29th, 2014
These bloggers, actors and tour guides “are creating a much larger conversation about Vancouver” than could be created by conventional historians.
Sep 16th, 2014
Katt Duff loves sleep so much, she had to write a book about it