His social leanings led him to be an early backpacker in postrevolutionary Cuba.
The co-editor of the CounterPunch newsletter didn't hesitate to rip into influential American commentators like Thomas Friedman and Christopher Hitchens.
The event attracted a cross-section of Vancouverites, who all admired a man who tried to create a more progressive city.
A memorial for the former Vancouver human-rights advocate will take place in the new year.
Born in Poland, Emil Pozniak moved to Canada with his family in 1964.
Emil was predeceased by his father, Stanislaw, and is survived by his mother, Stefania; his sister, Eugenie; and his brothers Edward (Anna), Jan (Teresa), Stanislaw (Czeslawa), and Kazimierz.
William Vince, producer of the 2005 Oscar-winning film Capote, passed away last weekend at his home in West Vancouver at the age of 44, a
Dungeons & Dragons may have once been considered for nerds, but since its beginnings in the 1970s, it has survived a
The city lost one of its more popular journalists on Friday.
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With great sadness, the family of Wanda Stepien announces the passing, at home, of a wonderful mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother
The staff of the Georgia Straight extend our deepest condolences to the family of Sydney Rothery, who died recently after a courageous ba