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The desertion of and distancing from Ghomeshi continues to snowball. First, Jian Ghomesi was fired by the CBC. Then, after Ghomeshi's initiated PR tide turned, fans began to...
In the U.S., the TV series What Would You Do? regularly stages scenes of discrimination in public locations to see how bystanders will (or won't) react. After the fatal shooting...
With the likes of Justin Bieber, Rob Ford, and Jian Ghomeshi, Canada is not only making international headlines, but we're also gaining a worldwide reputation for being a nation...
British Columbia will become the third province to reject accreditation of a controversial, faith-based law school based in Langley. Law Society of B.C. members voted 5,951 for (...
What do you think would happen when a homophobe hugs a gay person for the first time in his or her life? Well, you'll see in the following video, an experiment by the Gay Women...
Gay history is complicated by the fact that so much was conducted in secrecy, was ignored, or was even intentionally destroyed. Much has been lost or erased. Urban gay history...
About as much as Vancouver needs more coffee or sushi shops, the dreaded, locally made Ultra Rich Asian Girls series debuted online on October 26. A mashup riff of the book Crazy...
Keeping up with the daily deluge of developments on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media can be a job in itself. But staying on top of the latest data in the health field can...
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness A documentary by Mami Sunada. In Japanese, with English subtitles. At first glance, Studio Ghibli seems like the ideal, almost utopian, workplace...
If you're still experiencing withdrawal symptoms and existential distress due to the Vancouver International Film Festival wrapping up on October 10 (what—we're just supposed to...

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