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Joshua Hergesheimer is a freelance journalist and photographer in Vancouver. You can see his work
Miniature horse trots along sidewalk in East Vancouver [VIDEO]
Drivers and pedestrians along Kingsway may have done a double-take today when they spotted a horse trotting along the sidewalk through Cedar Cottage today - a true 'neigh'-bourhood event.
Dec 6th, 2014
Demonstrators vow to "Up the Noise" to protect Howe Sound
The Future of Howe Sound Society held a rally on Sunday in Thornborough Channel to raise awareness about proposed industrial developments along the Sea to Sky corridor.
Jul 28th, 2014
Inside the turbulent Guatemalan movement against Canadian mining
Two loud pops crack open the sky. Tires squeal, heads turn, people duck for cover.
Jul 10th, 2014
Guatemalans speak out about heavy cost of Canada's silver mining
Anti-mining activists in Nueva Santa Rosa speak out against mining activities in southeastern Guatemala.
Jun 25th, 2014
This man says Canadians need to know what's in their government pension plan and what demanding justice cost him
He pulls up his shirt, tilts his head to the side, and tells me to take his photo. "That way Canadians can see for themselves what is happening here."
Jun 23rd, 2014
Protesters call for Dick Cheney arrest
Protesters attempted to block the front doors of the Vancouver Club earlier this evening, in an effort to prevent people from attending a book club-sponsored presentation by former U.S. government...
Sep 27th, 2011
London riots bring back memories of disenfranchised British youth
What is happening on the streets looks more like a ‘Revenge of the Council Estates’ zombie flick than a Public Enemy inspired ‘Fight the Power’ protest.
Aug 9th, 2011
Slideshow: Granville Street flooded with fans as Canucks advance to finals
Supporters of the Vancouver Canucks hockey team flood Granville Street after the Canucks won a double-overtime victory over the San Jose Sharks. The last time the Canucks advanced to the final round...
May 25th, 2011
The sounds of spring...and loud motorcycles?
Every spring, the singing of songbirds is interrupted by the rumble reverberating out of the exhaust system of loud motorcycles. So I decided to host an open forum to ask: just how loud is too loud?
May 16th, 2011
Policing the Canucks' playoff run: Can we be trusted with fun?
It's time for Vancouver to revive its Games spirit and get its street party on.
Apr 20th, 2011