No Rebound...Yet

Hot goaltender and some frenetic defensive play still led to a 3-0 loss.

Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama drinks tea at the Vancouver Peace Summit, caught here by photographer kris krug.

What You Don’t Know About Jill Bennett

The first woman to host CKNW’s morning news show is also a stand-up comedian, she’s the baby of her family, a BCIT graduate, and when she worked at Harper’s magazine in New York City, she lived at the

Where You Can Find VO in Print

It's out around town. Here are some of the areas  the crew dropping off print editions of Vancouver Observer reached today:  Denman, Davie, Robson.  There were a few drops in Coal...

The Seat of Influence in City Hall

By the time Penny Ballem walked through the front doors and took her seat at 12th and Cambie last December, she had earned a reputation as a cool-headed, determined, and principled public servant....

This Pit Doesn't Hurt

John Tanner's outgrown moshing. Have you?

A Beautiful Sunset in Timelapse

A timelapse video is available for you to enjoy. Watch the city lights turn on as the sun sets in Vancouver. by Paul Stewart's web cam

Canadian Counter Terrorism, the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, and the World's Deadliest Chemical

As a crush of spectators, international dignitaries, top athletes, and the world's media descend upon Vancouver for the Olympics this winter, a chlorine facility at the base of the Second Narrows Cros

Jason Mogus and the Web of Change

Jason Mogus convenes  the Web of Change conference at Hollyhock Educational Retreat Centre. He talked with VO earlier this year about technology as a force for improving the world. Linda...

Daphne Nederhorst Makes a World of Difference

Sawa means “equal” in Swahili. We give recognition and a global voice to local grassroots leaders in the fifty poorest countries in the world that have never had the chance to tell their successes.