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Notable films for Easter, Canada and Earth Day
And more, including a shocking space trip, a teen talent hunt, an appreciation of The Little Prince and a Latin American tale long used to keep children in line
Apr 18th, 2019
Will Trudeau stand up for Inuit fighting Big Oil?
Arctic town's struggle against seismic blasting will show if Trudeau's environmental and First Nations policies mark a real change from Stephen Harper's single-minded focus on fossil fuels.
Oct 23rd, 2015
How Northern and Rural Canadians are saying no to high-cost telecom
Residents living in rural and remote communities can face broadband Internet costs that are up to three to five times higher than in southern urban centres.
Aug 27th, 2013
Meet Vision Vancouver park board candidate Niki Sharma
2011 Vancouver Civic Election: Sharma is a multi-faceted candidate whose passions range from sustainability to aboriginal issues.
Nov 15th, 2011
Is it time for an aboriginal parliament?
A House of First Peoples for Canada?
Sep 25th, 2011
Environmental and funding concerns delay promised Arctic naval facility
Environmental and funding concerns are adding years to the construction of an Arctic naval port considered crucial to enforcing Canadian control of the Northwest Passage. The Nanisivik port in...
The Canadian Press
May 29th, 2011
Short films impress at Women In Film and Television Film Festival
The 6th annual Women In Film and Television Film Festival kicked off in Vancouver at the Vancity Theatre on March 4th. The Reel Women series showcased the diversity of the female perspective...
Mar 17th, 2011