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Candid scenes with Leonard Cohen and his muse, housing...
Sahibs & subalterns; Raj "Ends Well?"
More action from Spider-Man, a pagan cult in Midsommar and...
Your numerology cycles July 1–15
Deeeeep detritus => haute couture
Beatles tunes and fantasy in Yesterday, a mesmerizing...
All-you-can-eat hors d'oeuvres @ Bard
Conflicting toy movies and two films to mark National...
Giacometti & peers: "no lack of void”
Bronco & Buster mutually saddle up
Bill Gates says Trudeau's approach to immigration, refugees good for business
Canada's open approach to immigration and its willingness to welcome tens of thousands of Syrian refugees is an "enlightened" move that will benefit the country's business sector, Microsoft co-...
Sep 21st, 2016
Federal Court opens door for former KGB employee to rejoin family in Canada
Mikhail Lennikov voluntarily left six years of church sanctuary in Vancouver just months before a Federal Court overturned his failed application for permanent residence.
The Canadian Press
Jan 6th, 2016
B.C. wife, husband "stuck" after IRA-related refugee claim turned down
British ex-soldier is main caregiver for his disabled wife and cannot afford a plane ticket home - but Elizabeth May has stepped in to figh their corner.
The Canadian Press
Oct 6th, 2015
The Belonging Project explores what it takes to belong in Vancouver
The Belonging Project explores what it takes to belong in Vancouver by introducing viewers to their neighbours.
Sep 15th, 2015
CBSA puts restrictions on Border Security show after public pressure
A controversial episode of the National Geographic series BORDER SECURITY: Canada’s Front Line will not be broadcast, the president of production company Force Four Rob Bromley confirmed today....
May 6th, 2013
Canada's anti-Asian immigration policy revisited in SFU Library’s new Komagata Maru website
SFU recently hosted a symposium to discuss the Komagata Maru (1914) and celebrate the launch of a new website dedicated to documenting this infamous incident from Canada’s history.
Mar 25th, 2012
Immigration troubles headline at 2011 Vancouver Folk Music Festival
As the 34th Annual Vancouver Folk Music Festival came to a close on Sunday, tales of troubles at the Canadian border became a common theme. By the end of this year’s Festival, some members of the...
Jul 21st, 2011
Howard Kornblum's fight for Canadian citizenship
If Howard Kornblum was going to prove he is a Canadian citizen, he had to find out where his mother was on January 1, 1947. That was the day (nine years before his birth) that Canadian citizenship...
Jul 12th, 2010