Darren Fleet

Darren Fleet won the BCYCNA award for excellence in community news reporting in 2008 and the Canadian Online Publishing Award for 'Best Article' in 2010. He worked as a media trainer for Journalists for Human Rights in Zambia and has travelled throughout Southern Africa, Russia, Europe and East Asia. He is currently an Associate Editor at Adbusters Magazine. When not reporting Darren can be found on the stage playing in two Vancouver bands, Tyranahorse and The Adulthood.

Suzanne Anton concedes defeat at somber NPA headquarters

2011 Vancouver Municipal Election: City will have a "more balanced" council now, she assures party followers.

NPA's Anton concedes election

2011 Vancouver Municipal Election: Failed mayoral candidate salutes party council winners, calls it a "more balanced council".

When voting in the municipal election, mind your ABCs

2011 Vancouver municipal elections: Could being first on the ballot make a difference in Vancouver’s Nov. 19 showdown?

Robertson sells out Westin Bayshore and compares his NPA rivals to Eeyore

The NPA are afraid of change and don't understand that Vancouverites have moved on, said Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson to the Vision faithful last night.

Green business owners put their weight, and their money, behind Robertson

Vancouver mayor, Gregor Roberston, addresses a packed crowd of business supporters at ING cafe.

Mayor Gregor Robertson calls the NPA negative, well-funded and backwards

Gregor Robertson and his Vision Vancouver party officially hit the airwaves this week with a campaign video celebrating Visions’ three-year tenure on Cambie Street. In the 1:50 clip Robertson...

NPA fundraiser cancelled, Anton unveils tax platform and vows to end "pet projects" at City Hall

Vancouver Mayoral candidate, Suzanne Anton, announces spending limits, surplus returns and end to 'pet projects' at City Hall.

Candidates Trudeau and Dosanjh rattle Tories' cage on family reunification and citizenship

DECISION 2011: Liberal MPs delight party faithful, woo ethnic vote with attack on Conservative policy.

Liberals take strong stand on Lost Canadian rights

Liberal Citizenship critic Justin Trudeau announced today that a Liberal government would make Lost Canadian cases a priority of their administration. “It's not right that a country that is a leader...