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Tea and laughs with four Dames, honoring Vancouver sports...
Always Christmas, never winter
Your numerology cycles December 1–15
Three true stories: about Vincent van Gogh, a Sikh-Canadian...
Friends, with strings attached
Love's old, sweet (?) song
Hir's lookin' at you, kid
Of piety and dubiety
The elusive goal of ending violence against women
Green Book, the film of the year so far, plus new visits by...
Douglas Copeland unveils his Terry Fox memorial
Series of four statues of the late runner in downtown Vancouver grow in size as they point the way along the route that he was unable to complete.
Sep 17th, 2011
Vancouver International Film Festival Picks for Day 13: Tuesday
Two Canadian films are among my top VIFF picks for Tuesday as well as a little known outrage from World War 2. (read more)
Oct 11th, 2010
Vancouver International Film Festival Picks for Day 11: Sunday
Another very busy day at VIFF brings us two BC athletes, unexpected blasts at education and a kind of green energy and a harrowing and mysterious pre-Holocaust story. (read more)
Oct 9th, 2010
Apologies for the Olympics and Paralympics
Betty and Rolly Fox, parents of Terry Fox, carry the torch into opening ceremonies for the 2010 Paralympic Games.
Mar 14th, 2010
Terry Fox Award Created, Inukshuk Unveiled, and Removal of an Anti-Olympic Mural: Today's Olympic Round Up
Here are today's Olympic headlines: Terry Fox Award to Recognize Courageous Olympic Athlete A new award in the name of Terry Fox has been created to honour the Olympic athlete from any country who...
Dec 11th, 2009