Jenny Uechi

Jenny Uechi is Managing Director of Observer Media Group, and Managing Editor of The Vancouver Observer.

Trudeau promises no Northern Gateway if he beats Harper in 2015

But he's not opposed to all pipelines.
Christianne Wilhelmson

Christianne Wilhelmson wants politicians to take bolder steps toward a future in balance with nature

As the executive director of the Georgia Strait Alliance, a citizen's group dedicated to protecting the coastal waters of the Strait of Georgia, Christianne Wilhelmson thinks a lot about how to...

Vancouver Pride Parade kicks off this afternoon

Vancovuer's annual Pride Parade will kick off at 12:30 p.m. today at Robson and Thurlow street. Originally held as a protest for LGBTQ rights over 30 years ago, the Vancouver Pride Parade now has...

Eli Pivnick sees a future with less jet-setting, more local living

Eli Pivnick has faith in resilient local communities to create a future that doesn't depend on fossil fuels.
Premier Christy Clark at Kitimat LNG

Premier's LNG plans hit a snag as major investor pulls out of Kitmat LNG project

The news comes only one month after Premier Christy Clark took a tour of the Kitimat site to promote the LNG industry.

Chief blasts Harper for pushing oil pipeline, blatantly ignoring climate change

The chief of the Lower Nicola Indian Band south of Kamloops, B.C., whose territory is crucial to the $5.4-billion Kinder Morgan expansion project, wrote a strongly worded letter to the Prime Minister...

B.C. economy not fueled by oil and gas: report

How dependent is BC's economy on oil and gas? Not as much as people might expect, according to a new study by Conversations for Responsible Economic Development, a BC-based nonprofit. ...

BC and China sign MOU to allow foreign workers to expand LNG industry

B.C. and China have signed a memorandum of understanding that will bring foreign workers, if needed, to help build the province's growing LNG industry.  The agreement reads:  "The...
TransCanada crew evicted from Unist’ot’en camp

TransCanada pipeline contractors 'evicted' again in BC's north

"Your equipment will be confiscated if you try to return," said a masked protester to contractors doing prep work for pipelines to proposed LNG terminals.