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Protests over fashion designer Roberto Cavalli's use of a logo similar to a symbol of a school of Sufism have taken place in New York, Los Angeles, and London. Before Vancouver's...
It's only been two months since the first Vancouver Web Fest wrapped up, but organizers already have a date and venue scheduled for next year's edition. The second Vancouver Web...
While the Sea to Summit Trail might be getting all the attention, it’s the new trails accessible from the top of the Sea to Sky Gondola that should be of most interest to hikers....
As far as free events go, they don’t get much bigger than the West 4th Avenue Khatsahlano Street Party (yes, it’s a mouthful) this Saturday (July 12). But that’s not the only free...
Forget those dreary movie portrayals of programmers. Coding is fun, according to Sandra Wear, a technology entrepreneur who lives in Vancouver. Together with Jot Kali, Wear...
The Kwikwetlem First Nation wants everyone to know that it intends to become an owner of the Riverview Hospital lands in Coquitlam. Today (July 10), the First Nation served notice...
Less than a year ago, Alexa Dredge helped create a website to share stories of sexual harassment from public transit riders across Metro Vancouver. Now, the recent Simon Fraser...
Former British Columbia Lottery Corporation CEO Michael Graydon was in a conflict of interest before he left the post for a job with a company seeking to build a new casino next...
Two liquefied natural gas projects are planned just south of Prince Rupert. There's (at least) one problem: Pacific Northwest LNG and Prince Rupert LNG would be located in the...
Having lived on the North Shore for about 50 years, Norman D. Watt has spent a lot of time hiking its trails. The author of Off the Beaten Path: A Hiking Guide to Vancouver’s...

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