Investigations

Christmas in Vancouver's brothels and sex work strolls

What are the holidays like for one of our city's most marginalized communities? VO brings you into Vancouver's brothels and onto its street corners to find out.

Riot Review: lack of police not to blame

John Furlong and Doug Keefe released a review of the 2011 Stanley Cup riot, titled “The Night the City Became a Stadium”. The report blames alcohol and too many people in the viewing area, and...

Wally Oppal denies that he prejudged the Pickton inquiry

Wally Oppal the Commissioner of the Missing Women Inquiry, issued a statement on Monday to address concerns that he has prejudged the Robert Pickton investigation. The statement clarifies...

Investigation continues into several B.C. fires, including one at Pickton farm

PORT COQUITLAM, B.C. -- The RCMP are continuing their investigation into several fires in the Vancouver area, including one at the serial killer Robert Pickton's farm, and say they may have added...

FOI reveals government planned casino long before request for proposal

City FOI documents reveal B.C. Place casino plan in place before the request for proposal.

THE BIG GRAB Part 8: Scoring Own Goals

While most Canadians get serious about cutting climate pollution, our dirtiest province is cranking up pollution so fast that they're wiping out our gains.

THE BIG GRAB Part 7: Silence of the Plans

The Harper government has pledged to cut climate pollution. But its plan only covers 13 per cent of the required cuts -- and oil sands pollution will more than wipe out even that gain.

THE BIG GRAB Part 6: Falling Behind

Canada has fallen steadily behind the U.S. and other countries in maximizing wealth per tonne of climate pollution. That's putting our future prosperity -- and costs -- on the line.

THE BIG GRAB Part 5: Little Fish. Big Pond

Alberta's oil sands are a huge project. But are they a big part of the Canadian economy? And are they too big to have to play by the same rules as everyone else?