Creative BC's new board of directors features representation from a variety of B.C.'s tech and creative industries.
Like CBC Radio and the wilderness-painting tradition, poetry has helped define and connect Canada while locating a certain wintry aloneness in the national condition.
The Vancouver writer and broadcaster has received the Kuldip Gill Writing Fellowship.
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One of the most memorable cinematic experiences of 2015 is undoubtedly Room.
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Canada’s greatest poet receives a warm and eminently watchable tribute from critic turned filmmaker Brian D. Johnson.
Multinational publishers are demanding high prices for digital books, but Canadian independents haven't copied this approach.
The founder of dialogue education in Vancouver has another prize to put on the mantelpiece.