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Notable films for Easter, Canada and Earth Day
Huffing in a henhouse
Your numerology cycles: April
Magic reelism: smoke & mirrors
Rx for youngsters: Take physic, pomp
Two good kids films (though one is better for adults) and...
"Never the Last," a virtuosic séance
A rock and a hard place
Super hero fun, a not so good Stephen King adaptation and a...
Ghost in the Shell, weak, The Zookeeper’s Wife, muddled, and The Boss Baby, great fun
Also notice the choreography super star Mr. Gaga and the one-time pop-up O, Brazen Age
Mar 30th, 2017
Two thousand backpacks for Syrian and Canadian children
Syrian refugee children and low-income Canadian children living in the Lower Mainland will be fully equipped for the 2016 school year. At least that’s Jenny Kwan’s holiday wish. The Immigration,...
Valentina Ruiz Leotaud
Dec 23rd, 2015
VIFF's "Turbulence" highlights the emotional toll of war on Kurdish survivors
A young Kurdish Iranian woman's harrowing descent into Vancouver's drug scene shows the difficulties of rehabilitating after a war.
Oct 2nd, 2014
Oil giants Suncor, Syncrude and Cenovus helping Alberta design school curriculum
The Alberta Government is developing a partner strategy with major oilsands producers to develop curriculum for elementary and secondary students.
Mar 12th, 2014
What happens when two ordinary Canadians decide to make an extraordinary difference?
At the Project Somos Children's Village in Guatemala, this little girl is already experiencing the joy of volunteering.
Manda Aufochs Gillespie
Jun 3rd, 2013
As delay in childbearing increases, UBC study shows people lack knowledge about fertility
Many British Columbians are waiting until later in their adult life to have children and might not be aware of the reality of fertility.
Mar 28th, 2013
Canada's growing culture of refugee exclusion
Almost 25,000 refugees fight exclusion claims yearly, according to a report by two law professors from UBC. Here's a look at the people behind the numbers.
Dec 12th, 2012
Vancouver researcher examines health of HIV-exposed but uninfected infants
One Vancouver based researcher is examining some of the most at-risk people on the planet, hoping his research can play a significant part in studying and treating HIV in our community.
Marguerite du Plessis
May 9th, 2012
Living wage in BC could prevent disabilities: SFU prof
Bruce Lanphear, an SFU researcher, believes that removing social inequities and increasing the standard minimum wage are key factors in preventing disabilities.
May 3rd, 2012
Eat the Street at Vancouver's PuSh festival
Eat the Street with the PuSH Festival from Jan. 25 to Feb. 4. Enjoy a delicious meal at a local restaurant while being entertained by Vancouver's brightest and youngest citizens.
Jan 21st, 2012