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Why Canadians Don’t Care About the Air India Bombing

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opinion

Today is the anniversary of the country’s largest mass murder. But few seem to care. Read more »

By Chandrima Chakraborty, Today

opinion

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Why the Opponents of BC’s New Tax on Homes Over $3 Million Are Wrong

No it’s not radical, punitive, confiscatory or unfair. Here’s why.

By Rhys Kesselman, Yesterday

opinion

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Please Advise! How Much Worse Can Donald Trump Get?

So much worse, says Dr. Steve, that we need a calendar to chart the daily outrages.

By Steve Burgess, Yesterday

news

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New Fish Farm Rules Set By BC Government

Fate of contested Broughton licences still undetermined.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, Yesterday

Recent Stories

opinion

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Canada Needs a Bold New Approach to Migrants, Refugees

Facing a tidal wave of people, we need partnerships not walls.

By Crawford Kilian, 21 Jun 2018


opinion

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Trump Terrorism Against Children

Separating children from their parents is a tactic of tyrants. It’s time to fight back.

By Henry Giroux, 21 Jun 2018


polls

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Tyee Poll: What US Goods Should We Target in Trump’s Trade War?

How about American maple syrup? Is that something Canadians really need?

By Tyee Staff, 20 Jun 2018


news

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Ministry Announces Largest Vancouver School Seismic Upgrade Yet

The $79.3 million to replace Eric Hamber Secondary is part of a larger push to meet 2030 deadline with 176 schools to go.

By Katie Hyslop, 20 Jun 2018


opinion

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Canada’s Parks Have Lost Their Way — and Time Is Running Out

Packed with people and facing development, national parks are failing wildlife.

By Ed Struzik, 20 Jun 2018


news

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How We All Can Help Improve Indigenous Child Welfare Today

Part 13 of a series. Big structural change takes time. Improving lives of kids in care doesn’t have to.

By Katie Hyslop, 20 Jun 2018


analysis

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Five Critical Issues to Consider Before the Province Renews Fish Farm Licences

Aboriginal title, disease risks and lack of DFO regulation of the industry are prime concerns.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 19 Jun 2018


news

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How Developers Sway Vancouver Elections

Despite new campaign donation laws, their influence isn’t over. Second in a series.

By Geoff Dembicki, 19 Jun 2018


news

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Opus Hotel Pulls Plug on Bar Video Feed over Urinals

After privacy complaint filed, screens coming out during reno.

By Jody Paterson, 19 Jun 2018


news

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Government Had No Influence on TimberWest Deal, Says Pension Fund

Complainants in lawsuit seek testimony from former forests minister Rich Coleman over fund’s purchase of forestry company.

By Andrew MacLeod, 19 Jun 2018


news

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BC to Fund On-Reserve Housing in Groundbreaking Plan

Important to help people live in home communities, says minister.

By Andrew MacLeod, 19 Jun 2018


presents

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Join Us to Talk About a New Path to Healthier Communities

Andrew MacLeod’s book looks beyond medical care to identify what makes us sick. We need to talk about it.

By Tyee Staff, 18 Jun 2018


news

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Good Intentions, Not Enough Action in Indigenous Child Welfare Plan, Says Advocate

Part 12 of a series. Minister Jane Philpott says the government knows the way out of the crisis. Cindy Blackstock has a different plan.

By Katie Hyslop, 18 Jun 2018


news

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My Grandfather the Bridge Man

One of 19 men killed in the collapse of the Second Narrows Bridge, John Wright worked hard, cherished history and loved his family.

By Cynthia Bruckman, 16 Jun 2018


news

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Trinity Western University Loses in Supreme Court

Highest court upholds right of law societies to deny accreditation to the evangelical law school.

By Katie Hyslop, 15 Jun 2018


news

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Housing Advocates Abuzz Over Access to Developer Westbank’s Chinese Website

Internet users from Canada shut out from site temporarily, but access returned after outcry on social media.

By Christopher Cheung, 15 Jun 2018


analysis

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US Refugee Change Will Bring Chaos at Canadian Borders

Decision to deny asylum to women victims of domestic violence changes everything.

By Kelly Toughill, 15 Jun 2018


news

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Government Lawyers Fighting to Shield Coleman from Questioning in Lawsuit

Former forests minister willing to answer written questions, but wants to avoid examination for discovery.

By Andrew MacLeod, 15 Jun 2018


analysis

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Green Hopes, NDP Fears and PC Dreams

The challenges that await Ontario in Ford Nation.

By Christopher Guly, 15 Jun 2018


opinion

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Vision Sinking in First Major Vancouver Election Poll

Meanwhile, a lot of people still want to be mayor.

By Allen Garr, 14 Jun 2018


mediacheck

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The Bluffer’s Guide to Jordan Peterson

All you need to know about the YouTube star and self-help guru before his visit to Vancouver.

By Shannon Rupp, 14 Jun 2018


culture

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How Factories Made (and Unmade) Us All

And why we should forget those dreams of bringing back manufacturing jobs.

By Crawford Kilian, 14 Jun 2018


news

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Seattle’s Housing Crisis Caused a Political Revolution. Is Vancouver Next?

Award-winning author and contributor Geoff Dembicki interviewed more than 20 experts from both cities. First in a series.

By Geoff Dembicki, 14 Jun 2018


news

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Public-Private Partnerships Inflated Costs to Taxpayers, Says Report

Province will spend $3.7 billion more than it needs over the lifetime of 17 projects.

By Andrew MacLeod, 13 Jun 2018


news

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Lessons from Care: ‘We’ll Be Triumphant in Our Battle to Make This System Great’

Part 11 in a series. Who better to ask for solutions than Indigenous youth who have been in government care? Today, activist Dylan Cohen.

By Katie Hyslop, 13 Jun 2018


opinion

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The Carbon Bubble: Here Come the New Dirty Thirties

The ugly end days of fossil fuel will mean big trouble for Canadians.

By Crawford Kilian, 13 Jun 2018


 

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