Reel Causes hosts exclusive preview of Pirates of Salé in support of ArtQuake and social causes through film.
A giant salmon lantern made of found and waste materials is the lead-off to an evening of art, live music and information at Come Toast the Coast.
Lindy Sisson is one of four Vancouver artists featured here who are using their art to raise awareness about the oil pipelines.
Anti-mining activists in Nueva Santa Rosa speak out against mining activities in southeastern Guatemala.
Although I am a big fan of A Tribe Called Red’s music – which has been described as powwow meets hip-hop – I definitely had a very specific idea of what their show was going to be like. Given that...
There's so much going on in Internet governance this week. OpenMedia has news about police lobby for warrantless online spying, the cell phone squeeze, and the SOPA blackout. Check it out:
Three days on the high seas. Three days in Israeli detention. A Vancouver woman tells her story of a bold attempt to change Israeli government policy.
At the 2009 Copenhagen Climate Conference, activist Tzeporah Berman met with a downcast Canadian Youth Delegation. Harper’s government had punched far above its weight to ensure a meaningless...
Conference vibrated with the energy and originality of young participants -- and an overall sense of hope.
As part of a free public lecture series, The Vancouver Institute hosted Bill McKibben last weekend. McKibben has been called "the nation's leading environmentalist" by the Boston Globe and "the...