The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear the case of a Downtown Eastside drug addict who has challenged the Conservative government’s mandatory minimum sentencing laws.
Pipa master Wu Man and chamber group the Shanghai Quartet play the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts
Performances of the Brandenburg Concertos, a multimedia concert by Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, and a summer festival devoted to history
We’ll talk, write, read, and trade more. We’ll get around more, too.
She has been overseeing the largest capital project in B.C. history.
Somehow, we doubt that Stephen Harper will be striking this pose on the campaign trail.
The digital-dispatch company wants to give customers a chance to rate its drivers.
Can an algorithm predict the future?
Decade-old recommendations gather dust while B.C. wilderness is carved up by hundreds of thousands of kilometres of road. When is enough, enough?
Thanks to an online hate mob calling itself GamerGate, the topic of sexism in the gaming industry has never been more relevant or visible.
It was only 50 years ago that a group of women talking to each other without any men present was considered a radical act.
As part of International Dance Day, the Goh Ballet put on a special performance for Mayor Gregor Robertson and city councillors this afternoon.
Seismic upgrading for schools of our youngest citizens, our future, has been sickly slow.
Comic book cosplay meets burlesque at the Rio Theatre this week.
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George Thorogood’s favourite brand of bourbon was on the table.
The war between motorists and cyclists is endlessly diverting.
What happens in Chinatown....
Roundhouse Youth Theatre Artist Action Group explores issues that young people face in relationships.
Before you head out to the festival, check out our interviews with filmmakers along with dozens of capsule reviews to help you pick which films to take in.
How to Change the World screens in the green giant’s birthplace, while Milkman Reid Fleming is still a Hollywood pariah.
CIA uses unmanned aerial vehicles to kill thousands in Pakistan.
When she was working as a dentist in Colorado, Cristin Kearns remembers being gob-smacked by the mouths full of cavities and cases of oral disease she was seeing, especially while the director of a low-cost dental clinic.
The power of women is just one of the themes connecting a trio of films screening at this year’s DOXA Documentary Film Festival.
When director Robert Alstead first put a camera on Andrew Weaver, B.C.'s Green Party had never held a seat in the legislature, but Alstead says he had a good feeling.