Alexis Stoymenoff

Alexis Stoymenoff covered environmental policy and sustainability issues for the Vancouver Observer from 2011-2012. Prior to VO, she worked in print, online news, radio and television. She has also traveled to India and Thailand for documentary projects. Alexis is a graduate of UBC School of Journalism, and she's also a former treeplanter with a passion for all things wild and green. In June 2012, she left VO to work in communications for a local environmental group.

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Gitxsan Treaty Society accepts Enbridge Northern Gateway deal

After an alliance of BC First Nations promised to block pipelines to the coast, Gitxsan negotiators announced a $7 million deal with oil giant Enbridge.

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Naomi Klein and First Nations leaders unite at anti-pipeline forum

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JK Rowling held “hostage” by British tabloids

The world-famous Harry Potter author tells UK courts how she was constantly violated and harassed by the press.