Young veterans of Afghanistan tell their stories on an artful new tribute pole, and find themselves healing along the way.
They lose a wholesale discount on April 1, which could have an impact on consumers.
Glancing at the busy event calendar for the Heartwood Community Cafe gives a sense of the variety of groups being provided a platform at the East Broadway space.
As a result of policy changes introduced by the Conservative government, corporations are taking over medicinal cannabis, concentrating business in the hands of people with ties to Big Pharma.
The emergency-room doctor will soon study the impact of different preparations of cannabis on people with posttraumatic stress disorder.
The provincial government has quietly begun using the controversial practice of civil forfeiture in select cases concerning natural resources.
A building operated by the Portland Hotel Society on Princess Avenue is one of the most recent supportive-housing sites to open its doors in the city.
While TED2015 tickets cost $8,500, admission to alternative event is by donation.
When the Georgia Straight reaches Arlene Merasty in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, she’s just got back from finding her father and making sure he has a place to spend the night.
A sponge saved and frozen by a bycatch monitor on a longline fishing vessel working over a submerged volcano off the coast of Haida Gwaii