Fram Dinshaw

Vancouver investors put their money where their mouths are

Simple consumers can become active supporters of Vancouver's budding local food scene.

First Nations take Harper government to court over Northern Gateway - just days from election

Harper government faces fresh legal battle over controversial pipeline just days before federal election.

Miley Cyrus speaks out against BC's 'War on Wildlife'

Popstar Miley Cyrus joined forces with a leading scientist to both blast BC’s wolf cull and trophy bear hunt as a horrific ‘war on wildlife’, during an expedition to the Great Bear Rainforest with...

Canada's provinces surge towards green power future...and leave Harper in the dirt

Canada's provinces pumped a whopping $10.9 billion into renewable energy last year - and added nearly 27,000 jobs - heralding a nationwide green revolution.

One million evacuated after 8.3 magnitude quake strikes Chile

A magnitude 8.3 earthquake that struck Chile has triggered tsunami alerts across the Pacific Rim.

Startup City

The Vancouver Economic Commission is launching ‘Startup City’ on Sept. 21-25 to celebrate the emergence of a rapidly emerging global hub for entrepreneurs. “We know that capital and talent are core...

"Indigenous lives matter," says Mulcair at Vancouver rally

Greeted by passionate cheers on his West Coast stop, Mulcair demands inquiry into those slain or vanished and promises to step up efforts to save Syria's refugees.

Tsawwassen First Nation set to embrace bike-friendly future

$440,000 in provincial BikeBC funding for new trails will help TFN residents switch cars for pedal power, following in the footsteps of Vancouver in building an eco-friendly transit network.

Unbowed by Supreme Court defeat, plaintiffs demand full overhaul of National Energy Board

Defiant in the face of defeat, plaintiffs slam the National Energy Board as rigged in favour of oil companies - and vow to take their fight to Parliament after Oct. 19.

Campaigners keep up fight to get women's issues onto election agenda

Thirty-one years after women's issues were last debated in an election, problems of gender violence and unequal pay refuse to go away.