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The 2014 waitlist for Dîner en Blanc invitations is more than 30,000 names long. That means there’s a whole lot of people in Vancouver who are more than a little disappointed they...
The occupation of Oppenheimer Park is marking a few milestones this week. One month has passed since the City of Vancouver served campers calling for affordable housing with an...
Despite delays, a group of Vancouver addicts is on track to become the first recipients of prescription heroin in Canada before the end of the year. Adrienne Smith, a lawyer with...
Access to marijuana edibles is a constitutional right protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. For sick people with a doctor’s note and a licence to possess, of...
Gary Patsey’s Gitxsan First Nation name is Kaliskalan. Loosely translated, it means “last man up the river”, he told the Georgia Straight recently over coffee in Hazelton, in...
Like just about everyone working in Vancouver’s technology sector, Chris Ryan admits he’s plugged in and online in one way or another most of the hours that he’s awake. That need...
CN Rail and other companies operating in northwestern B.C. have received a brief period of reprieve following the Gitxsan First Nation issuing “eviction” notices last month....
Marc Emery has returned to Canada. After spending almost five years in the United States incarcerated for selling marijuana seeds via mail, the Vancouver-based Prince of Pot is a...
Marc Emery has crossed the border and returned to Canada. After five years incarcerated in the United States for selling marijuana seeds, the Vancouver-based Prince of Pot is a...
Live Nation has released a short video from day three of the Squamish Valley Music Festival that includes some pretty spectacular footage of 60,000 middle fingers in the air. The...

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