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Some B.C. real estate agents insider trading and helping to...
Professors blast UBC's "failures of governance...
Years after homeless man's death, new sobering centre...
Stigma worst barrier for sex workers leaving the industry,...
Ghomeshi emails reveal growing importance of 'digital...
At Science of Cocktails, partygoers enjoy oddball alcoholic...
Time for the UBC Board of Governors to address portfolio...
Being prepared for avalanche no replacement for avoiding...
The Coen brothers show their love for old movies, Maggie...
Vancouver woman inspires petition to save Japan elephant...
Forest certification program is logging industry greenwash: report
“It’s an industry creating its own watchdog. It’s ridiculous that we let the industry tell us they’re good for forestry when it’s just not true,” says ForestEthics campaigner.
Jan 9th, 2015
2015 to shape new liquefied natural gas industry, according to BC government
"We have enough natural gas to help fuel our world for the next 150 years," says Coleman.
Jan 8th, 2015
First Nations help Canada find the way forward
We often think that the world's First Peoples were defeated. I think they were just waiting for us to listen.
Dec 28th, 2014
First Nation groups condemn federal government's "indefensible attack" on Indigenous rights at UN meeting
First Nations groups are expressing outrage at the Canadian government's stance toward Indigenous rights, expressed at a United Nations forum on Indigenous rights. "It is deeply concerning......
Sep 25th, 2014
Leonardo DiCaprio rallies with Canadian Indigenous leaders at People's Climate March in New York
Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio was marching with Canada's Indigenous leaders against the tar sands at the Peoples' Climate March in New York.
Linda Solomon Wood
Sep 21st, 2014
Canadians get ready for historic environmental mobilization
Hundreds of Canadians will join tens of thousands of people in the streets of New York City next weekend for one of the largest climate change mobilizations in history. Renewable energy advocates of...
Sep 16th, 2014
Little justice available for jailed Indigenous population
Former inmates spoke of discrimination against Indigenous peoples and the unresolved legacy of residential schools and colonization.
Mar 28th, 2014
Cayoose Creek band refuses to cede salmon-spawning territory
Sekw'el'was Chief Michelle Edwards says the community won't leave the creek until their demand for meaningful consultation is met
Apr 16th, 2014
Harper's mobs, oaths and long-term austerity plan
On the path "Stephen Harper has chosen for us."
Mar 8th, 2014
Very good films including award winners arrive in town, but also one of the worst of the year
Josh Brolin with Kate Winslet, Tom Hollander and Toni Servillo are prominent in the new films this week.
Jan 30th, 2014