She has become one of B.C.’s foremost trans activists after coming out in 2013.
Finding viable solutions to specific problems is a hallmark of her life's work as an environmentalist.
Here are some names that won't be forgotten.
The Indian-born, New York–raised, Singapore-based global-affairs consultant says there's a "truly global coexistence of superpower regions" for the first time in history.
In advance of this day, the Straight has highlighted three educational initiatives in Vancouver are promoting greater understanding between people from very different backgrounds.
Phoebe Yang, an immigrant from China who hopes to upgrade her language skills before enrolling in a VCC program that trains health-care assistants.
Those with a hankering to change the world have plenty of opportunities to do so at Adler University in Vancouver.
More than 40 percent of the students speak more than one language.
The South Asian Network for Secularism and Democracy (SANSAD) hosted an event titled “India's Elections: Hypernationalism and its Victims’’ at SFU on May 5.
At the Vogue Theatre on May 23, the author and neuroscientist plans to dispel misconceptions about addiction that he argues are costing lives.
After nearly four decades in public service, the former MP for Vancouver East shares candid memories of a life dedicated to social justice.
“We’ve been filming here since January and I now know and I have tremendous, profound respect for the survival, strength, and resilience of Japanese Canadians.”