David Suzuki

Margaret Atwood to narrate "The Year of the Flood" at Fairmont Hotel

Attention all literary-loving Vancouverites, tomorrow evening Margaret Atwood will be narrating a theatrical performance of her latest best-selling novel.

Red, Force of Nature The Suzuki Movie, It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Waiting for Superman

Who’s that with the gun? It looks like Helen Mirren. What is going on? (read more)

Sturla Gunnarson's film, Force of Nature: the David Suzuki Movie, screens to sell out crowd

It was identifying the key turning points: the moments in his life that made him who he is or that caused the distillation of this body of thought.

Vancouver International Film Festival Picks for Days 8 & 9: Thurs and Fri

My picks for the next two days at VIFF include two ugly duckling tales, one for children, the other showing off Gemma Arterton. (read more)

Vancouver International Film Festival Picks for Days 6 & 7: Tues and Wed

Volkmar Richter’s picks for the next two days include a surreal winner at Cannes and a spellbinding biography of David Suzuki. (read more)

Ministry tries to conceal sea lice records. Again.

Government actions 'outrageous,' waste of valuable resources, press release from Ecojustice and T. Buck Suzuki Environmental Foundation said today.

Leo Awards roll out the red carpet

The 2010 Leo Awards take place this weekend at Vancouver’s Westin Bayshore.

Vancouverites connect with Mother Earth ferry first

Vancouverites leave town for their secret island getaways. They travel to their preferred islands for many unique reasons: retreat experiences at Rivendell and Xenia on Bowen Island, the Salt Spring

Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas's Fresh Perspective on Haida Art

In Yahgulanaas’s art, individual forms often have multiple meanings, depending on how you turn your head. Yahgulanaas calls it “visual punning.” When he feels a meaning is becoming too obvious in a pa

Vancouver is Becoming the World's Most Sustainable City, Officials Say, but Not Everyone Sees Green

One year ago Mayor Gregor Robertson set a visionary goal for Vancouver to become the greenest city on the planet by 2020. How much progress did the City make in the first year? Vancouver Observer ask