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Two comedies about women at work and a stunning documentary...
Renowned Tibetan monk Mingyur Rinpoche to speak in Vancouver
Two giant sequels and several worthy smaller films reviewed
Doing it like Elton John, looking for justice in Canada,...
Your numerology cycles June 1–15
Mission Control: "Ce qu'on attend de moi"
Aladdin drops in again, the Booksmart girls wonder what...
Photos: Elle King shakes up Vancouver
Broaching a Bake-off w/o a recipe
Violence and style from John Wick, bios of two history...
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Music fest crowdfunds for drug-checking machine amid fentanyl overdose crisis
For the past 14 years, organizers of a giant electronic music festival on a British Columbia mountain ranch have quietly helped participants test their recreational drugs to find out what substances...
Aug 2nd, 2016
American skier lauds new technique at Vancouver hospital for brain recovery
Jamie Crane-Mauzy says she experienced the world like the protagonist in the movie "50 First Dates" before her treatment.
Jul 20th, 2016
Lost soldier, son of former B.C. premier recognized by university
The 21−year−old soldier has no grave and his name doesn’t appear on any war memorials.
Jul 8th, 2016
A look beyond his books: Dr. Seuss secret artwork displays author's private mind
More than 40 reproductions spanning 50 years of Geisel’s unknown artistry will be unveiled to the Canadian public for the first time on Monday at a gallery in Vancouver.
Jul 7th, 2016
Anti-robot project explores human relationship with technology in AI future
Engineers and fabricators are building a two−storey tall, 3.5 tonne racing robot with four steel legs and a massive battery pack in its belly. But this robot won't be autonomous. It needs a pilot.
Jul 6th, 2016
Vancouver mayor pushes B.C. to tax empty homes or he will act alone
Vancouver's mayor says he's prepared to go it alone if the British Columbia government doesn't help boost the city's near-zero vacancy rate by establishing a tax on empty homes as leverage against...
Jun 22nd, 2016
Japan gives kudos to king of Vancouver sushi kitchen, chef Hidekazu Tojo
When Hidekazu Tojo began preparing sushi at a modest Japanese restaurant in Vancouver 45 years ago, customers were squeamish about eating raw fish wrapped in seaweed. So the 21−year−old...
Jun 15th, 2016
Recommendations loom for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from Alberta to B.C.
The National Energy Board is set to announce by Friday whether it supports Kinder Morgan's proposal to triple the capacity of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
May 17th, 2016
B.C. teen killer Kelly Ellard seeks day parole 18 years after Reena Virk murder
Almost two decades since an ostracized 14-year-old was swarmed, viciously beaten and then callously drowned near a Victoria bridge, Reena Virk's most notorious killer is asking for release. Kelly...
May 1st, 2016
Vancouver pot protest 'necessary' despite legalization promise, activist
VANCOUVER — Optimism mixed with thick clouds of pot smoke in downtown Vancouver last year as tens of thousands of people gathered for the annual "4-20" marijuana legalization rally under a massive...
Apr 20th, 2016