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This year’s explorASIAN festival honours five pioneer couples in the Filipino-Canadian community. Through their stories, the Vancouver Asian Heritage Month Society seeks to...
Blowing its horn, the locomotive pulled out of the station for a trip through the woods. The run marked a milestone for one of Vancouver’s biggest draws, the Stanley Park...
Metro Vancouver voted today (May 23) to allow the development of Southlands, a patch of contentious Tsawwassen-area farmland in Delta. Regional district spokesperson Glenn Bohn...
Vancouver’s mighty ruling party has a kindred soul out there. In a field teeming with challengers in the fall election, Vision Vancouver can count on one for some kinship. In the...
Shamans have a special role in indigenous cultures across the world. As mediators between the natural and spiritual worlds, shamans heal both body and soul, passing on their...
Environment Canada is conducting simulated geo-engineering experiments to control climate change. Federal government documents received by former B.C. premier Bill Vander Zalm...
The City of Vancouver wants to reduce the poverty rate among city residents by 75 percent. The municipal government is aiming to hit that target in 2025 as part of the long-term...
In a period of just over two weeks, two neighbourhood organizations have decided to file court petitions against the City of Vancouver. Fern Jeffries, cochair of the False Creek...
Colin Shandler owns  The Tipper, a Vancouver restaurant on Kingsway, east of Victoria Drive. While he already wears a chef’s hat, Shandler wants a new one: that of the city’s...
For almost 20 years, Chris Atchison has been studying people who purchase sex. One of his previous works is John’s Voice. Released in 2010, when he was a sociology instructor at...

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