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Mexico triumphs over Canada in World Cup qualifier in Vancouver
Vancouver's B.C. Place was a sea of green last night as Mexico fans from all over came to watch their team play Canada in a qualifying match for a spot in the FIFA 2018 World Cup in Russia. An...
Mar 26th, 2016
Historic win for Melanie Mark in Vancouver-Mount Pleasant byelection
Melanie Mark made history Tuesday by becoming the first First Nations woman elected to the B.C. Legislature. Mark, the NDP candidate in the Vancouver-Mount Pleasant byelection, handily defeated...
Feb 3rd, 2016
It's "Our Turn," says Twitter VP Kirstine Stewart
In a recent stop in Vancouver to promote her book, Our Turn, Kirstine Stewart took a few moments at Roundhouse Radio to talk about her book's premise and the golden era of leadership...
Nov 2nd, 2015
VO-National Observer open house Tuesday Sept. 29
Come by and view photographs by Andrew S. Wright and Mychaylo Prystupa and political illustrations by Victor Juhasz and Geoff Olson.
Sep 25th, 2015
Canadian Bar Association urges Canadians to march in protest of Bill C-51
As organizers prepare for a day of nation-wide demonstrations against Bill C-51 on Saturday, the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) urged Canadians to march in protest against the legislation. The...
May 29th, 2015
Bomb scare on SkyTrain unconfirmed
An unconfirmed report of a bomb scare on SkyTrain this morning was posted by a reader on online news source reddit. The incident purportedly occurred on the northbound SkyTrain when it pulled into...
May 7th, 2015
City Council votes unanimously to shift city to 100% renewable energy by 2050
City Council made history by voting to support a shift to 100 per cent renewable energy sources, becoming the first city in Canada to take this step. In the motion, which passed unanimously,...
Mar 26th, 2015
Cars are so yesterday for young people.
Young people don't need cars: they need better transit.
Mar 9th, 2015
Getting to 'YES' in the Metro Vancouver Plebiscite
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...
Mar 20th, 2015
See why Vancouver’s Dragon is voting Yes to transit
Transit plebiscite: Vikram Vij's perspective. Star chef says new taxes can be a "pinch" for small business, but this one is worth it.
Mar 14th, 2015