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If you think income inequality is bad in Canada, hold on to your wallet. According to a new report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, wealth inequality is even more...
Despite B.C.’s abundant natural resources, the province's high technology sector employs more people than the mining, oil and gas, and forestry sectors combined. Those high tech...
Unionized SkyTrain workers have reached a tentative deal with their employer, the B.C. Rapid Transit Company. The new contract, which has yet to be ratified by CUPE Local 7000...
The British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal has declined to dismiss a complaint by a server who claims her shifts at a Vancouver sports bar dried up after she became pregnant....
The last time welfare rates in B.C. went up it was 2007. For employable singles, the monthly rate has remained at $610 for seven years. On April 1, the Raise the Rates coalition...
Yes, it's still April Fools' Day, unfortunately. So, you can't actually pay $228,619 to fly to SFU's newest "satellite" campus. Here's the best line from the Semester in Space...
Environmental campaigners with ForestEthics Advocacy say it's difficult for them to trust that Christy Clark will protect the B.C. coast, seeing as she's been linked to a firm...
That's the message of this campy new video from the Metro Vancouver Transit Police, whose official name is the unwieldy South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority...
At Vancouver's TED2014 conference, transgender model and activist Geena Rocero shared her story of growing up in the Philippines as a "boy", becoming a fashion model, and coming...
Vancouver's best-known raw vegan eatery has finally set a date for the launch of its new and bigger location in the Downtown Eastside. Today (April 1), Gorilla Food announced it...

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