Jenny Uechi

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

Republican campaigners who helped Tories in 2011 election fired via email

Matt Parker and PJ Wenzel, Republican strategists who campaigned for the Conservative Party in the 2011 federal election, were fired earlier this month from The Strategy Group for Media, a...

More? Sweeping Vancouver Sun and Province cutbacks imminent

Staff at The Vancouver Sun and The Province learned today that the newspapers will be implementing more drastic staff cuts, according to an internal memo obtained by The Vancouver...

Grimes denounces sexism in music industry

Enough with the sexualization, Grimes says.

Justin Trudeau and Liberal Party take heat for defeating FIPA motion

Disillusioned critics of the China-Canada FIPA deal took to social media to lash out against the Liberal Party and its leader, Justin Trudeau, for voting against the motion to stop it.

Harper government releases Alberta oil sands monitoring data

Harper government provides long-sought information about Canada's controversial tar sands.

SFU professor Mark Jaccard's testimony to U.S. Congress on Keystone XL

SFU sustainability professor and renowned climate expert Mark Jaccard gave a stirring written and oral testimony to the US Congress Subcommittee on Energy and Power hearing in Washington on...

Boston bombing brings back 9/11 memories: "It could have been us"

This story has been removed due to sensitivity of the subject and people involved. 

CR Avery's "Thief Behind the Mask" takes shots at corporations over oil spills

Acclaimed Canadian musician CR Avery releases a music video that provokes many questions about oil pipelines.

First Nations leaders respond to Redford and Kent's desperate American Keystone XL lobbying tour

Alberta Premier Alison Redford travels to the U.S. to promote Keystone XL pipeline, and First Nations critics react.

Women in digital journalism forum to tackle tough questions on future of media

Women have established themselves as editors and reporters so solidly that it's easy to forget that only fifty years ago, it wasn't so rare to see a woman rejected for a news job solely...