If you're going to devote yourself to social change and advocacy, why not do it with humour, joy, and visual flair?
Sometimes, worlds don't collide.
We’re tossing eight million tonnes of plastic into oceans every year.
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The inhalation of crumb rubber, which is used as infill in artificial-turf fields, may be linked to cases of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
A settlement seems likely in the bitter fight over community centres in Vancouver.
At tonight's City of Vancouver public hearing, council will decide the fate of Marine Gardens.
American sibling of the Vancouver restaurants will shutter March 22
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Festival highlights what’s new in town and what’s next on the B.C. craft beer scene.
Pine Street is the latest community garden to be demolished by CP Rail.
Joyce El-Khoury is the very picture of a successful, confident, glamorous opera star—so much that it is almost impossible to imagine her ever being bullied.
The Carnegie Community Action Project has issued the following open letter to Michelle Stilwell.
It was chilly last night, so this young bear was probably trying to soak up residual heat emanating from a recently parked car when sleep
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger, Limblifter. It's all good.
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An amputee is offended when her new boyfriend warns his brother about her disabilities. Is she being too sensitive?
Single & Dating in Vancouver and Vancouver Cycle Chic among official selections.
Shakespearean Rhapsody presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet, and The Tempest all in an hour and with only four actors.
The first show in Boca del Lupo’s Micro Performance Series only allows small audiences in at a time for the dance-theatre artists latest comically warped but achingly true piece, how to be.
The climate scientist and long-time professor says there's an economic payback when students enroll in history and poetry programs.
One of Hong Kong’s top Chinese restaurants will make its debut in Vancouver next year.
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When I first interviewed Viktor Orban 25 years ago, he was an anti-Communist student firebrand whose whole purpose in life was to free Hungary from Soviet rule.
Peter Armstrong gave the most to the NPA whereas David Aisenstat was the biggest bankroller of the Vision campaign.
As the number of new Ebola cases in West Africa has declined in recent months, news of the fatal disease has disappeared from newspapers
Vancouver composer Mark Haney is the new composer in residence at Mountain View Cemetery.