Politics Nov 25
A once-in-a-century pandemic is giving way to a climate crisis right before Canada’s eyes—it feels like 2020 all over again
Straight Talk Nov 25
In a major report to a legislative committee, she's created a road map for reducing the scope of policing and the discretion of individual officers.
Commentary Nov 24
Using Coastal GasLink workers as a wedge against the Wet’suwet’en is audacious but not surprising, according to one historian.
Arts Features Nov 21
The University of Toronto music-composition professor tells the Straight that there's a lot going on conceptually and musicallyin the production to bridge the old with the new.
Commentary Nov 21
Even though there is a weather emergency, provincial cabinet ministers didn't utter a peep when officers were deployed to protect a pipeline project.
Arts Nov 20
Two book awards were announced due to a pandemic-caused postponement from the previous year.
Education Nov 12
"To be clear, this was not an event sponsored by anyone at the University of British Columbia," UBC vice president Peter Smailes said in a statement.
Straight Talk Nov 12
Lauren Southern's movie claims that there's no evidence of a Catholic Church cover-up.
News Nov 4
Conservative leader Erin O’Toole says flags flying at half-mast to remember residential school children should be raised as “a symbol of unity,” but that’s not the position of the Royal Canadian Legion
Conservative leader Erin O’Toole says flags flying at half-mast to remember residential school children should be raised as “a symbol of unity,” but that’s not the position of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Arts Features Nov 3
Also known by her Mohawk name Tekahionwake, she has a few things in common with the actor, Cheri Maracle, who's bringing her story to life.
Arts Features Nov 2
Queer Indigenous identity, canoe culture, and artistic success are all part of the lineup in a series called Openings.
Arts Features Oct 27
Kat Zu’comulwat Norris’s life is a tale of triumph over the impact of Canada’s residential school system.