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On Sunday, I left home after 7 a.m. and got onto a Millennium Line train. Then I sat there for 20 minutes wondering why the SkyTrain wasn't moving even though more and more people...
Remember when flash mob organizers didn't send out press releases to announce the date, time, and place of their "surprise" events? Those days are long gone. On Tuesday (September...
The latest Access Transit email newsletter from TransLink contains some interesting stats. It says there are 8,291 active bus stops in Metro Vancouver. Of those, 69.1 percent are...
Researchers have released what’s being called the first national report on the sex industry in Canada—and some of its findings may surprise you. The working paper, whose lead...
Are you skeptical of the self-serving, techno-utopian rhetoric of corporate execs? You might enjoy Canadian-born writer Astra Taylor's book The People’s Platform: Taking Back...
This summer, we have a few more reasons to be thankful to be living in Vancouver. We’re on the other side of the world from Ukraine and Syria, where they still haven’t figured out...
Three years ago, Jason Lamarche sought a Vancouver council seat and garnered 37,286 votes. If the former Non-Partisan Association candidate ran again, he’d solicit donations in...
Growing up in Langley, trans activist Nicole Joliet recalls being taunted at school for not conforming to gender norms. Now 23 years old, Joliet is hoping to become the first...
Vancouver entrepreneur Alex Moret has sailed halfway around the world, from the Caribbean to Australia. The University of British Columbia graduate was also a crew member on the...
With news circulating about the B.C. Teachers’ Federation and the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association reaching a tentative agreement to end the B.C. teachers’ strike, many...

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