Terry Glavin


Sex trade has long history

Back in 1906, Vancouver police chief C.A. Chisholm reported that there were 41 brothels in operation and 153 prostitutes known to be working in those streets we now know as...

The politics of geography

The thing about an effective representative democracy, especially in a ragged and far-flung jurisdiction like British Columbia, is that keeping it working properly takes a lot of...

Violence betrays Bakunin

To get a handle on what’s been going on lately in Oaxaca, that beautiful Mexican city that has been lately transformed into a bloody proving ground for strikers, marchers, rioters...

Two faces of persecution

Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is a Bangladeshi journalist. He’s the editor of the weekly newspaper the Blitz. You’ve probably never heard of him.