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In British Columbia, there’s a good news story about the news

Hidden by gloomy tales of the decline of North America’s news media is a success story in southwestern British Columbia. Here, a cluster of digital outlets have flowered by paying for top notch...

Media swarming California shooters' home recalls incident in B.C.

Dozens of journalists pushed through and broadcast live from inside the cramped home and rifled through killers' personal effects.
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Sandy Garossino joins Vancouver Observer as editor-in-chief

New editor-in-chief Sandy Garossino to reinvigorate local coverage of business, tech, and affordability— and "bridge the gaps."

Feminism and the weapon-wielding women of The Walking Dead: spoiler alert

Let's take a look at two of The Walking Dead's kick-ass female characters, Andrea and Michonne.

Unhealthy relationships are in!

So many misogynistic little bubbles that the modern world has failed to pop

Two buns, a patty and your vote: Van Foodster's Burger Challenge

Vancouver Chefs were eager to partake in this challenge, assuming that the burger on their regular menu is already the best or wanting to test their creative culinary skills.

Film Review: We Need to Talk About Kevin

We Need to Talk About Kevin is a striking portrayal of grief and guilt. From the novel by Lionel Shriver, Lynne Ramsay creates an elegantly composed and thought provoking film.

The billboard Jimmy Pattison won’t let you see

He owns the coal terminal -- and the billboard company. And he censored this image.

Media fight police order for Stanley Cup riot photos

Turn us into police informants and we can't do our jobs, journos argue.

#OccupyVancouver: the latest from twitter

A brief play-by-play of today's events at Occupy Vancouver, as protesters begin to respond to the fire safety concerns.