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Inauguration Day art show + fundraiser for human rights and...
Powell River Film Festival: Bringing a world of film to the...
Bread and butter pudding: warming comfort food
Tintinabulating trash rocks QE crowd
Nurses' union says man pulled out gun, shot himself at...
Refugee seeker turned reluctant captain of Tamil migrant...
Warfare’s scary future, Mark Wahlberg’s terrorist hunt and...
B.C. home to Canada’s second highest poverty rate
B.C. premier says five conditions met on Trans Mountain...
B.C. grants Trans Mountain pipeline environmental approval
City officials say Vancouver is ready for another round of icy temperatures
Vancouver bylaw officers have issued 9,000 warnings and a few hundred tickets to city residents and businesses who failed scrape snow and ice from their walkways. The announcement comes as another...
The Canadian Press
Jan 9th, 2017
Free things to do to celebrate New Year's 2017 in Vancouver
Celebrating New Year's Eve isn't only for the shimmery-evening-gown, top-hat-and-champagne crowd. If fact, those of us looking to do it up this New Year's without breaking the bank will be more...
Dec 28th, 2016
Political smear or necessary investigation?
Six senior VSB managers went on “indefinite leave." Two letters leaked to news media alleged a toxic work environment. Patti Bacchus is one of the VSB trustees who was fired. This is her analysis.
Dec 12th, 2016
Christy Clark made promises to seismically upgrade schools in her last campaign — she didn’t keep those promises and she’s taking credit for others
The old General Gordon School was demolished and replaced with a new, seismically safe school. Photo: Wikipedia
Dec 5th, 2016
Weather warnings issued as snow hits B.C.'s south coast and Vancouver Island
The first significant snowfall to hit the Vancouver region in more than two years is causing widespread transit delays and has prompted several school closures, including the shutdown of a university...
The Canadian Press
Dec 5th, 2016
PHOTOS: Pipeline protests in the streets of downtown Vancouver
After Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the approval of the Kinder Morgan proposal to effectively triple the capacity of its Trans Mountain pipeline from Alberta to Burnaby B.C. on Tuesday,...
Nov 30th, 2016
By-election dust ups are collateral damage in Christy Clark’s war on public education
Trustees voted to close Osoyoos' high school after only to overturn their decision when Premier Christy Clark intervened at the 11th hour. Then a trustee resigned, triggering a by-election.
Nov 29th, 2016
The Vancouver School Board name game: Crosstown vs Cumyow
It’s not often Vancouver gets a brand new public school and a chance to name it. The VSB’s newest school, under construction at Expo Boulevard and Abbott Street, is ready to be named.
Nov 23rd, 2016
Many vacant properties missed by Vancouver’s new tax
Imagine a home on the west side of Vancouver valued at $3 million. It's unoccupied. The owners live in the United States, but have declared the home - their only property in Canada - as a principal...
Nov 18th, 2016
After the landmark Supreme Court of Canada BCTF decision, Christy Clark needs to move quickly to put back what she took away
Patti Bacchus takes a look at what restoring old teachers' contract language will look like for schools
Nov 16th, 2016