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Susan Heyes

It takes a city to make VO

The flow of volunteers, writers, stories, news tips, and commentary coming into the Vancouver Observer  keeps growing. And our ad boxes are packed with businesses we are proud to support,...

Susan Heyes's Hazel and Co. Celebrates Holiday With a Party and a Sale

Susan Heyes moved Hazel and Co. from Cambie to a spacious new Main Street location after the Canada Line construction debacle. The rest is (becoming) history.

Support a Local Hero and Look Great at Hazel and Co. Holiday Party

Susan Heyes has gotten back to doing what she loves best, designing fashion for women and pregnant women.  After nearly being driven out of business by the Canada Line construction project,...

Baiting Olympic Protesters

I’m pro-Olympics - with a twist, which means I love the sport, but hate the politics. First in a three part series.

Baiting Olympic Protesters Part III

Part 3 of a 3 part series – please click here for part 1, or here for part 2

Baiting Olympic Protesters Part II

This is the second installment in a three part series about Olympics protests.

Cambie Street Merchant Wins $600,000 in Damages in Court

I just received two emails from Susan Heyes, with copies of the email her lawyer, Cameron Ward, sent explaining in legal terms the outcome of a hard fought case that went to BC Supreme Court, in...