The Hollywood Theatre is more than a cinema.
Military people found my play authentic; they asked how I got it so right.
A common lament in Chinese literature focuses on the suffering that war inflicts on civilians, and the Great War was no different.
While there is no denying that some things could be improved, Canada is most certainly better than our neighbours to the south.
The deputy commissioner, Rollie Woods, takes exception to what was said by Greg Klein—and how this was reported.
After Remembrance Day, I kept thinking on issues of memory, social justice, and historical representation.
Real Port Hearings is a public website that provides factual information and allows the public to send comments to Port Metro Vancouver.
Our position on the tarsands remains crystal clear.
The fight for the Hollywood appears to me to be a case of no good deed going unpunished.
One of the three route options is a pedestrians-only trail.
A couple of weeks ago, I had been considering whether I should get this year’s flu shot when contracting the disease made the question moot.
Well, if that is true, I and every journalist heard Dix wrong.
The Georgia Straight’s paranoia over “secret cells” of Vision Vancouver “operatives” is laughable
I am privileged in that my parents pay for my tuition; this isn’t the case for all students.
Why is it that when Svend Robinson demonstrated just one lone lapse in judgment following a lifetime of upstanding, honourable conduct that he was crucified by so many in the public and media?
Why did the B.C. government spend $66 million on “consultant” fees and unproven initiatives when there are dozens of established, independent, not-for-profit institutions that assist with aboriginal early-childhood education?
I would like to draw your attention and your journalistic skills to British Columbia’s own baby factory, the Bountiful commune in the Kootenays.
We strongly believe that automatic external defibrillators should be readily available in public places, workplaces, and homes.
The wounds are too deep to fathom. So can there really be reconciliation in the end?
How is a $35 a month smart-meter opt-out fee justifiable?
Someone defined political correctness as “the belief that it is possible to pick up a turd by the clean end”.
My conclusion: build a bike path along Cornwall Avenue by all means and have it meet with the existing bike path adjacent to Cornwall, but leave the park as it is.
Kudos to Dr. Gabor Maté for his courage to speak truth to our federal minister of disease, Rona Ambrose
The fact is that satanic ritual abuse and Luciferian worship is at the centre of everything she does.
What a fine opportunity for trade and cooperation between two allies!