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Vancouver Pride Parade gears toward future

With the 2011 Pride Parade successfully wrapped up, Vancouver Pride Society president Ken Coolen talks about this year's parade and what to expect in the upcoming year.

Jodie Emery on running Prince of Pot's Cannabis Culture empire

"The Princess of Pot", Jodie Emery, talks with VO about high times at Cannabis Culture Magazine and hard times without Marc.

Vision locks in green goals, NPA still critical

Followed by a cheer of approval and a long, hearty applause, Vancouver city council adopted the Greenest City Action Plan, Thursday, a plan to make Vancouver the "greenest city in the world" by 2020.

Vancouver city council votes on Greenest City Action Plan: LIVE BLOG

Deputy City Manager Sadhu Johnston presented a bold, some would say radical, road map to becoming the "greenest city" in the world by 2020. Today councillors will vote to adopt it, or not.

Rocky Mountaineer locks out employees

Rocky Mountaineer, the luxury rail tour company that operates in B.C. and Alberta, has locked out its on-board service staff and replaced them with senior staff and temporary workers. It’s a move...

Suzanne Anton's hyperbolic email

Has Councillor Suzanne Anton lost it?  I don’t know for sure but her recent email to NPA supporters seems to lean that way as she beats the drum of riots and violence in order to further her...

The danger of crisis policy making

What unfortunate policy prescriptions are being written up on the back of envelopes right now to respond to last week’s disaster?

NPA hopeful candidates open up to voters at Pub Night

NPA members, candidate-hopefuls and the simply curious met at Original Joe's for the NPA's Pub Night -- a chance for people to meet candidates and get to know who they are.

NPA missing mojo and mayoral candidates

What if the NPA gave a nomination party and no candidates came?

Michael Geller clarifies his position on Olympic Village social housing

"I'm just a soul whose intentions are good. Oh, Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood." Michael Geller said he can't get that song out of his head lately and he sang it as I photographed him...