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BC Needs To Use Full Toolbox to Stop Kinder Morgan

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opinion

The government wins on tone but falls short on putting constitutional obligations to First Nations up front. Read more »

By Will Horter, Today

news

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Speculation Tax Dashes One Man's BC Dream

'We are part of the problem… but I don't think we are the ones to blame.'

By Andrew MacLeod, Today

opinion

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Seven Myths About the Facebook Data Scandal

And why Canadian politicians are far ahead of their US counterparts in understanding how social media works.

By Bryan Carney, Today

opinion

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The Internet’s Dark Corners and Death on Yonge Street

Online hate sites that may have shaped suspect in Toronto van attack now celebrate him.

By Michael Arntfield, Yesterday

Recent Stories

news

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Kinder Morgan Protesters Consider the Consequences of Criminal Prosecutions

‘I don’t imagine running out of people who are willing to go to the gate and stop this.’

By Abi Hayward, Yesterday


news

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BC Liberals Blast Lack of Information on Fall Electoral Reform Vote

NDP says progress being made; Greens satisfied with process.

By Andrew MacLeod, Yesterday


opinion

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UBC Has a Housing Problem, Not a Transportation Problem

Billions of dollars proposed for subway expansion to UBC better spent on housing for students, staff and those who live there.

By Patrick M. Condon, Yesterday


culture

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Chinese, White Strikers United in the Battle of Blubber Bay

An excerpt from labour history 'On the Line' looks at a critical early test for the newly formed IWA.

By Rod Mickleburgh, 24 Apr 2018


opinion

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The Myth of Science-Based Wildlife Management

Government claims that science determines decisions. It doesn't, research shows.

By Kyle A. Artelle, 24 Apr 2018


opinion

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Becoming Canadian Doesn’t Mean Being Forced to Forget History

Remembering the traumatic events that brought people here from around the world protects a free and just Canadian future.

By Tom Parkin, 24 Apr 2018


presents

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EVENT: Two Days to Change Vancouver’s Future

Vancouver Crossroads conference gives you a chance to craft solutions to pressing problems.

By Tyee Staff, 23 Apr 2018


news

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The Deliciously Diverse Food of 1.6 Billion Chinese Comes to Vancouver

Global foodie culture, ambitious entrepreneurs and immigration are enriching the region’s cuisine.

By Christopher Cheung, 23 Apr 2018


culture

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BC Labour History: The Unlearned Lessons of the Past

‘On the Line’ offers a vivid — and important — look at the fight for workers’ rights.

By Crawford Kilian, 23 Apr 2018


tyeenews

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Tyee Writer Recognized for Work on Women’s Equality

Rachel Sanders nominated for annual Landsberg Award for her series ‘Slaves to Tips.’

By Tyee Staff, 20 Apr 2018


opinion

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Facts about Kinder Morgan Canadian Taxpayers Need to Know

Due diligence required before we sink money into a corporation with poor stock performance and repeated legal violations.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 20 Apr 2018


culture

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‘Directly Affected’: Timely Film Looks at the Madness of Trans Mountain

Pipeline, climate change and governments examined in documentary.

By Dorothy Woodend, 20 Apr 2018


news

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‘Sexist’ Server Wage to Be Abolished Within Three Years

Farm labourers have to wait longer while government figures out how to raise wages and keep farms viable.

By Andrew MacLeod, 20 Apr 2018


news

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Social Development Ministry Not a Smooth Operator When Answering the Phone

Clients calling ministry for help waited more than 90 minutes on average during worst days to speak to a real person.

By Andrew MacLeod, 19 Apr 2018


opinion

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Pipeline Expansion: US Refineries Win, Canadians Lose

Forget the talk about Asian markets; Kinder Morgan will enrich US companies.

By Mitchell Anderson, 19 Apr 2018


culture

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Reading the Grim History in Our DNA

New book explores the disquieting — and violent — past written in our genes.

By Crawford Kilian, 19 Apr 2018


news

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Renters' Rights Changes Just First Step, NDP Says

Task force on rentals to deliver recommendations in fall.

By Andrew MacLeod, 19 Apr 2018


opinion

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There’s Still Time to Stop Site C

An excerpt from a new book on the dam project that’s divided BC.

By Zoë Ducklow, 18 Apr 2018


solutions

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Innovative Housing For Indigenous Youth, Elders Clears Hurdles in Kamloops

A year behind schedule, first child welfare agency-run housing project gets green light.

By Katie Hyslop, 18 Apr 2018


culture

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Sex Robots and the Future of Marriage

New book explores the implications of advances in robot relations.

By Thandi Fletcher, 18 Apr 2018


opinion

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Don’t Take the Bait: Kinder Morgan Is Playing Canada

The Texas corporation could seek to sue under NAFTA or shake down this country’s taxpayers.

By Seth Klein, 17 Apr 2018


opinion

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Why Kinder Morgan’s Pipeline Is DOA

Falling prices and competition from a new Texas export terminal mean Trans Mountain fails the business test.

By Crawford Kilian, 17 Apr 2018


news

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Pipeline Battle Escalates as Alberta Prepares to Turn Off Taps

BC vows to fight back; protesters face tougher legal response.

By Andrew MacLeod, 17 Apr 2018


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Experts Will Explore Key Issues in Site C Forum

Live and online discussion offers insights on controversial decision — and the path forward.

By Tyee Staff, 16 Apr 2018


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Renter Protection Changes Fall Short, Say Advocates

Government’s new law won’t ‘keep people in their homes.’

By Andrew MacLeod, 16 Apr 2018


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Deadlock at Pipeline Summit

Horgan to press ahead with court case; Notley, Trudeau pledge pipeline will be built.

By Christopher Guly, 16 Apr 2018


BC Labour History: The Unlearned Lessons of the Past

‘On the Line’ offers a vivid — and important — look at the fight for workers’ rights.

By Crawford Kilian

 

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