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Belly up to some bangra
New films bring harrowing drama, amiable humor or...
Prophet and loss; a parable
EMV brings Missa Darwin to Christ Church
BAC's "Illusionists" -- magic unrealism
A pop star as a diva, a French hit transferred to New York...
"Full Light" at end of long, dark tunnel
Counting violence against women
RBG’s early triumphs; a gem of a Canadian movie and old and...
Your numerology cycles for 2019
Leaving it all behind for life in Africa
A year ago I had a great job, and a nice apartment. One year later, I can hear wild dogs barking and am writing from Tanzania. What happened? Curiosity.
Oct 16th, 2012
My hot, sweaty commute on the tube during the 2012 London Olympics
As the train lumbered into the station, I could feel a collective groan down the platform. Kings Cross Underground Station - 6:28 p.m. on a Monday. Rush hour. Summer had finally come to...
Jul 23rd, 2012
How we made a difference in Nicaragua
For two and half weeks recently, I gave most things up in my world and had a life changing experience. Over the past 10 years a small group of students from West Vancouver Secondary School have taken...
Jun 17th, 2012
Lessons from an (unusual) Asian immigrant father
Immigrant dads in Canada tend to have a bad rap -- Asian fathers especially. The stereotypical Asian immigrant dad is super-strict and overbearing, expecting nothing less than straight A's from his...
Jun 17th, 2012
Canada upside down
A deep look at the strategy behind the Harper government's attack on the world's most respected foundations, organizations which a short time ago, the government regarded as important friends.
Jun 13th, 2012
VolunTourism: seeing the world to save the world has unexpected complexities
Emily Chan graduated from high school and became a "VolunTourist" in rural India. Now she looks back.
Jun 6th, 2012
Chris and Hedvig Alexander on Canada's role in Afghanistan's future
Canada has made a huge contribution to Afghanistan and can continue to do more, says Conservative MP Chris Alexander.
May 24th, 2012
Vancouver researcher examines health of HIV-exposed but uninfected infants
One Vancouver based researcher is examining some of the most at-risk people on the planet, hoping his research can play a significant part in studying and treating HIV in our community.
Marguerite du Plessis
May 9th, 2012
Caine's cardboard arcade: nine-year-old's amazing project raises $100,000
Caine Monroy, a nine-year-old with an exceptional imagination, has won over hearts around the world with his elaborate cardboard arcade.
Apr 12th, 2012
Aung San Suu Kyi elected to Burmese parliament
Aung San Suu Kyi, the charismatic Burmese pro-democracy leader, has won a seat in parliament.
Apr 1st, 2012