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Zite, the Vancouver app that is reshaping how people read news

UBC law graduate Ali Davar and his colleagues at Zite are changing the way we read our news.

At oil sands film screening, panelists call on B.C. to refuse pipeline

A panel of pipeline opponents address key oilsands-related concerns between screenings of David Lavallee's feature documentary, "White Water, Black Gold".

France ousts Canada at Davis Cup

Canadian tennis fans held out hope for a win over fourth-ranked France, but the French team delivered a commanding win on Sunday.

Live from the Davis Cup: Tsonga defeats Pospisil

Canada's Vasek Pospisil faces world number six Jo Wilfred Tsonga on Friday afternoon.

Enbridge CEO among delegates on Harper’s China visit

Over 40 Canadian executives are joining the Prime Minister on his trip to talk trade in China. One of them is Patrick Daniel, CEO of Northern Gateway pipeline proponent Enbridge.

Aboriginal pipeline opponents seek support from China

As Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrives in China, B.C.'s Yinka Dene Alliance attempts to sway Chinese opinion with an open letter condemning Canadian oil sands projects.

Dovstoevsky's "The Idiot" onstage at PuSh Festival

Stage version of Dovstoevsky's The Idiot brings to life timeless drama about corruption, greed, lust and betrayal.

Mexican whistleblower Karla Lottini fights corruption, death threats and deportation

"Tell her I came to say hi," a man told the journalist's sister – and showed her a gun. In this VO exclusive, Karla Lottini tells the tale of her fight to lead a safe life in Canada.

PuSh Festival kicks off Tuesday, bringing edgy dance, music and art to Vancouver

PuSh Festival brings together a celebration of dance, music, theatre and multimedia arts from Canada and around the world.