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Rallies from coast to coast will be held Saturday (March 1) as part of the international campaign March Against Corruption. In Canada, the mass actions are billed as Harper No...
The federal government is soliciting public opinion about the sale and purchase of sex by adults. Although its online consultation is hardly over, Ottawa is seen to favour the so-...
On a wet and snowy morning, opera music brought warmth to SkyTrain’s Stadium-Chinatown station. Like sunshine, strains of “Habanera” from the opera Carmen radiated from an Expo...
Renting a condo may be cheaper than owning one, but it doesn’t mean that the rental unit is affordable. This is a central argument in a new legal challenge against the City of...
A man who illegally built rooms in his home will have more municipal inspectors going all over his place. Brian Stevens argued before the B.C. Supreme Court that his privacy...
Last year, Peter Lepine took offence at a suggestion that he would likely oppose the establishment of a single police force on the North Shore. The chief constable of the District...
Blacks and First Nations in North America share a common past, says a veteran of the U.S. civil-rights movement. It’s a history of expropriation—expropriation of the lands of...
On Valentine’s Day, yellow and red rose petals were lovingly cast on the streets of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. This was done in memory of all women who have gone missing,...
A bond unites the women who addressed the media this morning at the Carnegie Community Centre in the heart of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. It’s a pledge to remember always. It’s...
On Tuesday (February 18), the Supreme Court of Canada will hear arguments on whether or not RCMP officers can unionize. A ruling in either direction will be of major legal...

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