Adam Pez

Adam Pez is completing a practicum at The Tyee.

Stories by Adam Pez


Inside Vancouver's Hack Space

Welcome to 'the Bunker,' where crafters, hackers and makers build beautiful things, together.

By Adam Pez, 5 Oct 2013


Canada should scrap plans for Close Combat Vehicles, says Rick Hillier

By Adam Pez, 24 Sep 2013


Conservatives wasting defense dollars on 'cold war' tactics, warns report

By Adam Pez, 18 Sep 2013


Do Car Shares Reduce a City's Footprint?

Fleets of Modo, Zipcar and Car2go reinvent the transport wheel in Vancouver streets.

By Adam Pez, 31 Jul 2012


Provincial tracking system puts vulnerable children at risk, says watchdog

By Adam Pez, 19 Jul 2012


Counting on Conservatives Backfired for Atleo, Say Critics

National Chief, hoping to be re-elected today, faces rift over how to deal with Harper government.

By Adam Pez, 18 Jul 2012


'The Resilience Imperative'

There's no easy path to reinvent global economy, but Mike Lewis's new book offers some 'trailblazers' marks.'

By Adam Pez, 13 Jul 2012


Increased port tanker traffic could devastate Stanley Park: report

By Adam Pez, 12 Jul 2012


How Green Is the Catholic Conscience?

In a diocese whose leaders say little in defence of the environment, Sister Victoria Marie chooses her own path.

By Adam Pez, 7 Jul 2012


Metro Vancouver mayors vent infrastructure pain at regional roundtable

By Adam Pez, 3 Jul 2012


BC liquor workers to strike in Vancouver, Victoria, Kamloops

By Adam Pez, 29 Jun 2012


BC 'carbon tax shift' a success, says think-tank report

By Adam Pez, 28 Jun 2012


Oil sands jobs too few, too GHG-intensive to justify expansion: report

By Adam Pez, 19 Jun 2012


Immigration and Refugee Services Suddenly Shut Down

Claimants bewildered as face to face dealings cut across country are said to save $5 million.

By Adam Pez, 15 Jun 2012


Indie publisher co-op gets funding back in sudden federal reversal

By Adam Pez, 14 Jun 2012


Federal gov't cuts off marketing funds for indie publishers

By Adam Pez, 7 Jun 2012


Vancouver's 'Buy Global' Practices Cost Local Jobs, Say Critics

Home town office supplier axed workers when city dropped it for int'l corporation.

By Adam Pez, 6 Jun 2012


We Feel 'Tipping Point' Pain, Say Two Metro Mayors

National report signals need for new tax sharing, say PoCo and North Van mayors.

By Adam Pez, 31 May 2012


Theft of giant cedar prompts call for increased park policing

By Adam Pez, 17 May 2012


The Big Download Whacks Cities

As feds and province keep cutting, 86 BC mayors meet to share their pain.

By Adam Pez, 16 May 2012


Feds fall short in protecting vital ocean habitat off BC's coast: report

By Adam Pez, 14 May 2012


TILMA Gums up Public Works Bidding, Say BC Engineers

Flood of cross-border bids creates headaches for both engineering consultants and city staffs.

By Adam Pez, 11 May 2012


Vancouver Public Library says City will foot bill for labour lawyer

By Adam Pez, 9 May 2012


BC's Emerging Green Faith Movement

Churchgoers opposed to tankers, pipelines say activism expresses compassion for God's creation.

By Adam Pez, 9 May 2012


In protest of library staff cuts, VPL workers will leaflet writers fest

By Adam Pez, 4 May 2012


Metro Vancouver living wage rises due to soaring housing and child care costs

By Adam Pez, 26 Apr 2012


ICBC union members vent frustration in strike vote

By Adam Pez, 25 Apr 2012


Researchers map risks posed by Northern Gateway pipeline to BC parks

By Adam Pez, 24 Apr 2012