Jenny Uechi

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

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.

"The sound of awakening in the time of climate change is a sob," Stephen Jenkinson tells audience at fundraiser for Wakan Tanka film

“We rarely talk about loss, grief, and climate change. The losses come in many forms...Some of us may have chosen changes in lifestyles to reduce our carbon footprint; it is something we do out of...

Metro Van continues to make its controversial case for incineration

Weaved in with stories about Europe's challenges with recycling at a forum hosted by Metro Vancouver on Tuesday, waste management experts from the Netherlands and the UK made subtle recommendations...

Thousands stranded as SkyTrain Expo and Millennium Line stopped in tracks

As rush hour approaches, SkyTrain staff have closed the gates for Expo and Millennium Line SkyTrain stations for public safety. The Canada Line is not affected.

Island Timberlands logs old-growth forests near Port Alberni

Conservationists expressed alarm over a logging company's logging of rare old-growth Douglas Fir trees near Port Alberni. Island Timberlands had reportedly logged a hundred-metre wide section of old-...

Guy Dauncey gets ready for a "solar tsunami"

Writer and climate change speaker Guy Dauncey says the future will be in solar energy. First in a series brought to you by The Tar Sands Reporting Project's crowd-sourced funders.

Announcing candidacy, NPA mayoral hopeful Kirk LaPointe promises more transparency at City Hall

NPA candidate promises more transparency and says his party isn't the party of "angry old white men" that Mayor Gregor Robertson called it.

CNRL's 'uncontrollable' bitumen spill in Alberta may have been caused by business as usual

The 12,000 barrel bitumen leak could have been caused by the company's own steaming practices.

Gitxaala Nation to challenge Enbridge Northern Gateway approval in court

“We played by Canada’s rules,” said Gitxaala Acting Chief Clarence Innis. “But all of our concerns were ignored by both the JRP and Cabinet."