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Recycling Day cometh
Notable films for Easter, Canada and Earth Day
Crowning glories @ Chan cap EMV season
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
Clark government returns $25 million to B.C. schools following public outrage
Unfortunately, it only covers a fraction of the $80-million shortfall faced by 28 school boards across the province.
May 31st, 2016
Is Christy Clark punishing Vancouver public schools?
Vancouverites are paying more than enough in school taxes to keep their public schools open, so why is its school board declaring a budget shortfall?
May 6th, 2016
Sandy and Dianne go to war against a giant mine
How close can you put a mine to a city without poisoning its residents?
May 2nd, 2016
Clark battles B.C.'s 'forces of No,' on LNG, trade deal; says she's no quitter
First Nations leaders rapidly fire back premier, denouncing her comments as "paternalistic" and "mindless."
The Canadian Press
Jan 26th, 2016
Looking back at 2015 through Vancouver Observer's top stories
Dec 18th, 2015
Feds deliver on promise to re-open Kitsilano Coast Guard
Fisheries and Oceans Canada hasn't announcement a timeline just yet, but promised to restore the facility "as soon as possible."
Dec 16th, 2015
Clark inches LNG forward with new plant near Vancouver
Premier Christy Clark signed the inside of a giant LNG plant under construction to ink not just her name, but also progress on the province’s beleaguered liquefied natural gas push in B.C., hard hit...
Nov 16th, 2015
Premier Clark's claims of thousands of LNG jobs 'grossly overstated' — CCPA report
Majority of LNG-based jobs will be short-term construction positions, says CCPA senior economist.
Jul 28th, 2015
BURNED! Media mocks Harper appearance at BC wildfire
Thompson Okanagan media takes Prime Minister Harper to the woodshed for disrupting firefighting efforts for photo-op.
Jul 24th, 2015
B.C. needs 'net-zero' building revolution to combat climate change
Without tighter building policies, the B.C. government may struggle to meet its climate change goals.
Jul 23rd, 2015