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Transparency is quickly becoming a key theme for various parties on the Vancouver election-campaign trail. This summer, the Non-Partisan Association launched its campaign with...
B.C. NDP MLA David Eby is hosting a community meeting Wednesday (September 10) intended to give students, parents and teachers a chance to “send a message” to the B.C. government...
Over a month after a major tailings pond breach at the Mount Polley mine, Likely residents and some local First Nations members say they don’t trust their drinking water. They’re...
The Green Party of Vancouver has confirmed its slate of candidates for park board and school board. According to a news release, the party decided at a special general meeting...
Members of the Coalition of Progressive Electors have selected their slate for the upcoming election, including the party's first mayoral candidate since 2002. At a nomination...
Former Coalition of Progressive Electors councillor Tim Louis believes the party’s bid for the mayor's chair in the upcoming municipal election could help to boost voter turnout...
Music therapist Carol Wiedemann spends much of her time at the B.C. Children’s Hospital working with patients in the intensive-care unit and the burn program. Sometimes, she’ll...
Lyric soprano Jessica Yan describes the music that she’ll perform at the “East Meets West” concert on November 8 as a kind of cultural exchange. The event with the Vancouver...
The Vancouver Symphony Society’s president and CEO will be leaving the city early next year to lead the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Jeff Alexander will be the new president of the...
Students gathered on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery today (September 2) to urge the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association and the B.C. Teachers’ Federation to resolve...

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