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Science, technology, and art converge at annual Vancouver Maker Faire

The fourth annual Vancouver Mini Maker Faire takes over the PNE Forum this weekend.

Open Medicine: because health care information belongs to everybody

Open Medicine editor Anita Palepu: health care information should belong to all of us.

Open source city: the future of Vancouver’s urban landscape

When we talk about urban landscape, we usually think about grand 19th-century interventions like Frederick Law Olmsted’s Central Park or Haussmann’s epic re-engineering of the avenues and boulevards...

Reinventing the Media: Hacks/Hackers Comes to Vancouver

On Wednesday, June 1, Vancouver joins the likes of New York and Boston with the launch of its own chapter of Hacks/Hackers.

City Hall Gets Naked: David Eaves and Vancouver's Open Source Era (part one)

David Eaves is one of the main reasons Vancouver City Council passed a motion for Open Data, Open Standards and Open Source. When he wrote about this motion in his blog he said, "I certainly see this

Media Strategist kris krug: Olympics Will Bring World's Top Artists, Activists, Business Leaders and Athletes to Vancouver Streets

What will Vancouver be like during the three weeks of the Olympics?  What are we in for, really, those of us who stay in town and ride the international wave?  It's hard to imagine for me,...