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With the number of residential-school survivors dwindling, Gitxsan counselors say they now mostly counsels their second-, third-, and even fourth-generation offspring.
This year’s Korean Cultural Heritage Festival takes place at Swangard Stadium on August 16.
After spending almost five years in the United States incarcerated for selling marijuana seeds via mail, the Vancouver-based Prince of Pot is a free man.
Study shows many babies have been exposed to triclosan—a germ-killing chemical found in thousands of consumer products—in the womb.
The contentiousness of killing grizzlies for trophies extends far beyond Bella Coola and far beyond the 32,000-square-kilometre Great Bear Rainforest.
Records obtained by the Straight, combined with interviews with park commissioners, reveal that the aquarium has participated in organized breeding at locations beyond its walls in Stanley Park.
Freakish occurence might be a result of drought-destabilized weather patterns.
The NDP gathered in Vancouver's West End to announce their "Gay Agenda".
Vancouver City Hall hung a massive rainbow flag on the north side of the building.