Jenny Uechi

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

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...
oil spill, English Bay oil spill,

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...

Robyn Allan urges premier to take back B.C.'s right to review Kinder Morgan expansion

Economist and former ICBC CEO Robyn Allan challenged the B.C. government to announce its own review process of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline. Allan — one of Canada's most prominent...

Worst PM ever?

Is Stephen Harper the worst prime minister ever, or the best to walk the earth? Investigative journalist Bruce Livesey speaks with historians, economists, and Harper observers for this seminal series...

FIRED over #FHITP

FHITP? #ItsNeverOkay

Wild salmon advocates celebrate court ruling on fish farm practices

Prominent wild salmon advocate and biologist Alexandra Morton celebrated a Federal Court decision this week that rejected licensing rules allowing fish farms to transfer sick fish into...
BCTF ruling, Supreme Court, B.C. court ruling,

British Columbia Teachers Federation loses court case

The provincial Court of Apeal ruled in favour of the government on Thursday, overturning Justice Susan Griffin’s previous rulings that the government failed to consult in good faith with the  BC...
War veterans, tuskegee airmen, Chinese Canadian war veterans

Citizens march to celebrate Canada's rights and freedoms

Over 150 people, including Chinese Canadian and First Nation war veterans, youth and community leaders, marched along the False Creek seawall on Friday for the first annual Rights and Freedoms...

"We've reached our boiling point": 25,000 take to the streets in Act on Climate March (VIDEO)

Around 25,000 people marched in Quebec City , where premiers from across Canada have gathered to discuss strategies to tackle climate change (B.C. Premier Christy Clark and Alberta Premier Jim...