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Remembrance Day

Photos: National Aboriginal Veterans Day Celebration March

The National Aboriginal Veterans Day March and celebration took place on Tuesday, November 8th in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.  The celebration started at Carnegie Centre with veterans'...
The cenotaph at Victory Square Park

On November 11, think of voting on November 15

"Yes, the long memory is the most radical idea in this country. It is the loss of that long memory which deprives our people of that connective flow of thoughts and events that clarifies our vision,...
Dressed in rain gear, Mark Haney's brass band slouched into the cemetery

“11” Questions for Ghosts of Wars Past

Mark Haney’s “11” for brass ensemble uncovers the courage and inter-generational wounds of the Renfrew Heights Veterans Housing Project.

Stunning photos of the year 2012 in Vancouver

Take a look back at 2012 captured through the cameras of our talented VO Photo Pool members.

On Remembrance Day, Chinese Canadians recall struggle for citizenship and equality

Chinese Canadians played an important part in both world wars, and their war efforts won them citizenship. But many Canadians have never heard their story.

Remembrance Day: their hope is ours

They sacrificed their bodies and their souls. For speech, expression, religion and love. A better life...

On Remembrance Day, war stories from Vimy to Baghdad

Each Remembrance Day, I'm sure to put forth that there is significant importance in documenting the stories from those affected by war---from veterans and dodgers to widowers and pacifists. By...

Teachers Work to Catch Up Students After H1N1 Absences

At the Remembrance Day assembly on Tuesday, Jacob stood on stage dressed in black pants and a white button-down shirt with a purple juice stain on the pocket. Shoulder-to-shoulder with his Grade two...