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Assembling an oratorio
Chutzpah! 2018 highlights awe-inspiring dance,...
Reviews of Spielberg’s new one, Daniel-Day Lewis’ last and...
Breaking out in hives
PRFF lights up the screen in Powell River
Who could have saved the children?
“Freedom for Iran”: rally in Vancouver urges Canada to...
Recalling a tabloid sensation in I, Tonya and Psycho’s...
Your numerology cycles for 2018
Major world news stories of 2017 and how they are related
The Salesman, high drama from Iran, The Comedian, a De Niro dud, and The Space Between Us, sci-fi romance for teens
Also the bittersweet lament and history lesson Quebec My Country and the clumsy chiller Rings
Feb 3rd, 2017
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
Tom Carter: Painter
Had a bomb not exploded in the lobby of the Pantages Theatre in 1933, and sent the box office grille through the front window of the Vancouver Café across the street, Tom Carter might never have...
Sep 28th, 2010
Location of monument to Chinese-Canadian veterans ineffective
A statue seeking to honour the contributions of Chinese Canadian soldiers and railway workers remains somewhat obscure in Chinatown.
Jun 4th, 2010