This isn’t a typical land-ownership dispute as both CPR and the city have a say in how the land is used.
It is unfortunate that your blurb writer saw fit to ruin the honour with an insulting, condescending swipe that misrepresented the article.
Ng Weng Hoong writes that Canada’s elite are right to push ahead with the expansion of the oilsands and fracked-gas LNG industry but does not even mention climate or ocean acidification.
Please, get the fuck over yourselves.
This year, the odds of breeding successfully have been diminished significantly for the pelagic cormorants that are attempting to nest under the Burrard Street Bridge.
Native stories need to be told by Native People.
Recklessly, the cumulative impacts are not being assessed.
What do bike lanes and Trout Lake dog park have in common?
The aquarium isn’t really in it for the money.
I am appalled by Gwynne Dyer’s article.
This proposal fails several tests of good urban-transit planning.
The writer is quite right in saying international students make vital contributions to the quality of a university education.
Thank you for a well-researched and comprehensive article on the Vancouver Aquarium by Travis Lupick.
It’s not surprising that the Doctors of B.C. should object to the province’s announcement that Kwantlen Polytechnic University may host the first traditional Chinese medicine publicly funded diploma program in B.C.
As long as the region accepts growth there will be gridlock.
Despite two years of pretence, the city knows what’s best and here’s what you’re going to get.
They are: selfishness, contempt, cynicism, corruption, abuse, and patronage.
As long as I am around I will be forever grateful to Paul Reubens for creating such a exceptional character.
This should be about justice and honour for pioneer Chinese families with subsequent healing, reconciliation, and closure.
All that restrictive laws do is make life miserable for law-abiding people.
My advice is all progressive voters (including Conservatives) hold their noses and vote NDP.
I don’t like driving or biking in this city as there is so much aggression expressed in the way people use motor vehicles.
The Harper government’s concern for the lifestyle of rock stars is indeed touching.
If society is truly concerned about reducing head injuries, it shouldn’t worry so much about cyclists.
In 2009, the federal government announced a $200-billion “Extraordinary Financing Framework” in response to the needs of financial institutions.