Jenny Uechi

Jenny Uechi is Managing Director of Observer Media Group.  She is Managing Editor of National Observer.

Civil rights advocates push for equality at Rights and Freedoms March in Vancouver

On a sunny Saturday morning in False Creek, the famed Tuskegee Airmen, wearing bright red jackets mingled with Chinese Canadian veterans in navy blue. They joined locals who had gathered for the...
Shaul Judelman, Roots, Ali Abu Awwad, Israel, Palestine

Author Michael Harris calls Linda Solomon Wood's story on Israel: 'Brilliant. A knock-out piece of work.'

Editor-in-chief Linda Solomon Wood travels to Israel and Palestine to report on the peace movement in one of the world's most challenging conflict zones.

Town rejects solar panels, citing fears they would 'suck up' sun's energy and cause cancer

The U.S. town council of Woodland, North Carolina voted against a rezoning proposal last week that would have paved the path for a solar farm. The town also voted for a moratorium on...

Metro Vancouver's $517-million incinerator put on hold

Metro Vancouver announced on Thursday it will postpone its proposed $500 million waste-to-energy incinerator until further notice.  The project sparked controversy over environmental...
From left: Haisla member in Kitimat; Enbridge protest, Josh Paterson

Observer exposé of domestic spying triggers federal hearings

The spying was revealed in documents obtained in 2013.
Prime Minister Harper, Bruce Livesey, federal election 2015

Is Harper the worst PM in Canadian history? (Part 2)

Is Harper the best prime minister in Canada's history—or the worst? Investigative journalist Bruce Livesey speaks with legal experts, reporters and Harper observers in part two of this landmark...
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Elizabeth May calls Harper legacy 'serial acts of vandalism' against public policy

Greens charge Harper with turning government system into 'an elected dictatorship'

Update: Expo SkyTrain fully restored, transit free for rest of today

UPDATE 12:19 p.m. The Expo line has been fully restored, according to a TransLink news release.  "As a goodwill gesture to our customers, TransLink announced this morning that transit would be...
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Oil spill in Burrard Inlet could cost Vancouver up to $1.2 billion: UBC report

A major oil spill in the Burrard Inlet could cost the city up to $1.2 billion in lost economic opportunities, according to a new UBC report. The UBC Fisheries Economics Research Unit...

Jeb Bush wants to see Harper win the 2015 election

Jeb Bush, brother of former U.S. President George W. Bush and likely presidential candidate for the Republican Party, said he wants to see Stephen Harper re-elected in Canada. “I don’t know if it’s...