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Mayors, premier led us into transit purgatory
Harper government appoints another oil and mining executive...
Two big Hollywood sequels and a batch of worthy indies
Mario Canseco: Seven lessons from the defeated transit...
The Mulcair you never knew
Pollsters and planners ‘not surprised’ by results of...
As Ireland's Marriage Equality vote passes, Villagers...
Surprising results of metro Vancouver transit referendum...
BC’s Leisure Travellers Choose Stanley Park and Tofino as...
Opinion: Clark selling out future generations to placate...
The Big Swim: Book titles, covers and more big swimming
The summer’s poetry lay in deciding on a cover and title for my climate book The Big Swim while planning a new “big swim” to raise money for a climate adaptation project.
Aug 27th, 2014
To e- or not to e-(Book): when writers take on the publishing world
Something in me still misses seeing my book in the window of a bookstore, owned by someone who knows my name.
Aug 25th, 2013
To e- or not to e-(Book)
An author explores the pitfalls -- and unexpected benefits -- of publishing work in e-book form.
May 20th, 2012
VO selected as recipient for Magazines BC Internship Initiative Fund
This month the Vancouver Observer was awarded funding from the new Magazine Association of BC Internship Initiative. VO is extremely pleased to use this funding to provide opportunities for...
Nov 1st, 2010
Canwest's Future Buyer Has an Opportunity to Innovate, But Will They Take It?
Yeah, we get it, newspapers as we know them are in trouble. Just like the advent of the telegraph changed how news was gathered, transmitted and reported, the Internet has done the same for papers. On
Jan 9th, 2010