multiculturalism

Justin Trudeau, Liberal Party of Canada, federal election 2015, Vancouver

Metro Vancouver’s multicultural voters start to lean Liberal

According to a new Insights West poll, Justin Trudeau holds the most support from East Asian, South Asian and South East Asian Vancouverites.

Finger pointing in Richmond Chinese signage debate not constructive

Language rules on signage would not resolve the tensions that underlined the petition presented to Richmond City Council last week.

B.C. racist hate groups 'destabilized' by Anonymous: human rights activist

Racist groups in B.C. are part of an international network exposed by anti-Nazi document leaks, with links to violent attacks in Vancouver.

"Don't count on Bill Gates for innovation," and more from Douglas Coupland: live blog

Acclaimed international writer and thinker Douglas Coupland talks about Vancouver's livability, multiculturalism, and the new Oscar-nominated animated film by Emily Carr.

Chinese New Year and the Robbie Burns Day: Gung Haggis dinner brings cultures together

Event founder Todd Wong describes the Gung Haggis dinner as being "so Vancouver".

50/50, Restless, Breakaway and VIFF picks for Days 3 and 4

Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen find the lighter side of cancer in 50/50

New slang and new self-awareness for native teens in Vancouver high schools

Seven native teenagers stand under a bus shelter bench at Commercial Drive and Broadway in East Vancouver. The teens toss jokes back and forth. Some smoke, others pace around. They gesture and talk....

Inside #NetCulture with Lead Organizer Ajay Puri: Part II

TB: Crossleft.org founder and activist Kety Esquivel is your Keynote Speaker — can you talk about why you choose her and how she will frame the evening's discussion? AP: I reached out to...

Not your standard new Canadian

Canadian Sandra Burke was denied her Ontario pension in 2009 on the grounds that she was not a Canadian. On Dec. 21, the Canadian became Canadian. Confused? Read on...

Denied entry to Surrey Christmas party for being East Indian, Herar speaks out

Two weeks ago, diversity columnist for the Abbotsford-Mission Times, Ken Herar,  was denied invitation to a Surrey Christmas party, because he was East Indian, he said. Herar reports that just...