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Locally-filmed The Predator, a mommy blogger’s Simple Favor...
Lounge lizards' lair; new life for old den
Marion Bridge; pro-Life menage à trois
A vengeful mom, a demonic nun and Michael Caine’s memories...
Opening and closing VIFF films announced along with a high...
Your numerology cycles September 1–15
Reviews of Juliet, Naked (stars and fans), Searching (...
Squamish Nation celebrates court victory and urges Trudeau...
Reviews: The Bookshop, classy, The Miseducation of Cameron...
Fourteen-year-old Vancouver artist Maya Rae brings youthful influences to vocal jazz
She’s just 14 years old, but Vancouver jazz vocalist Maya Rae already knows exactly who she is as an artist. Her debut album, Sapphire Birds, showcases her beguiling, understated vocal style and...
Jan 30th, 2017
Statement from Mayor Gregor Robertson on welcoming refugees
Vancouver is known throughout the world for our remarkable diversity. We have a longstanding commitment to welcoming refugees and their families in times of need. This proud history of helping...
Jan 30th, 2017
B.C. home to Canada’s second highest poverty rate
New report: Province must stop rejecting need for poverty reduction plan
Jan 12th, 2017
Syrian refugees to hold multicultural dinner for community on December 3
Asmaa Qawas and Manar Alsaid Ahmed didn’t know what to expect when they came to Canada as Syrian refugees 11 months ago, but to their surprise, they were welcomed with open arms. Through their...
Dec 2nd, 2016
Northern Gateway rejection proves communities can stop pipelines – including Trans Mountain
Today’s decision by the federal government to reject the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline and tankers proposal is an important and hard-fought victory says West Coast Environmental Law – one that...
Nov 30th, 2016
Gitga'at First Nation celebrates "final victory" over Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline
Nation looks forward to a post-Enbridge reality and new relationships with government
Nov 30th, 2016
BC NDP announces policy to ban trophy hunting of grizzlies
As part of its 2017 election platform, the New Democratic Party of British Columbia has pledged to ban all trophy hunting of grizzly bears in the province. Humane Society International/Canada is...
Nov 24th, 2016
PetFam is the latest addition to Vancouver’s burgeoning sharing economy
Stressed in the search for pet sitting? Safely exchange free, in-home care
Nov 16th, 2016
Photos: National Aboriginal Veterans Day Celebration March
The National Aboriginal Veterans Day March and celebration took place on Tuesday, November 8th in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. The celebration started at Carnegie Centre with veterans'...
Nov 9th, 2016
Woman wanted in pot shop robbery
Investigators with the Vancouver Police are looking for the final suspect who is now wanted for her part in an alleged robbery of a Vancouver marijuana shop. Just before 9 pm on Sunday...
Nov 3rd, 2016