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‘We Know We Are at a Crossroads’: Youth on Strike for the Climate

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On Friday, they walked out of class to make their voices heard. Read more »

By Gabrielle Plonka and Jackie Dives, Today

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BC’s Herring War, and the Sacrifice of the Salish Sea

On Hornby, witnessing the precautionary principle thrown overboard.

By Ian Gill, Today

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Space Is ‘a Busy Place’ and Canada Needs to Be There

UBC’s Michael Byers on orbiting junk, Musk’s rocket, and who owns the heavens.

By David Beers, Today

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Joyce Murray Is Toughing It Out

The new Treasury Board head on the SNC scandal, pro-rep, Trans Mountain and more.

By Michael Harris, 6 Mar 2019

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Tyee Poll: Should the Government Defund Private Schools?

Tell us what you think.

By Tyee Staff, 16 Mar 2019


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Jean Swanson’s Idea for Housing Homeless Campers Shot Down

‘The money is there. It depends on what our priorities are,’ COPE member urges council.

By Gabrielle Plonka, 15 Mar 2019


opinion

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BC’s Version of the US Admissions Scam? Publicly Funded Private Schools

Entrenched inequality, supported by taxpayers.

By Paul Willcocks, 15 Mar 2019


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A Fracking Disaster: BC Failing to Make Polluters Pay

Auditor general says oil and gas commission hasn’t ensured companies will pay cleanup costs.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 14 Mar 2019


culture

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Now This Is Magnetic Art

In New West, an installation that makes the hair on your neck stand up, in the best way.

By Dorothy Woodend, 14 Mar 2019


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What BC’s Youth Are Saying about Their Health

New province-wide survey finds mental health, poor nutrition are major struggles for some.

By Katie Hyslop, 14 Mar 2019


culture

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Lessons in Democracy from Haida Gwaii

Traditional values of Haida nation could help settler society fix a failing political system.

By Crawford Kilian, 14 Mar 2019


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Reflections on a Lifelong Love Affair with Salmon, and a Broken Heart

Every year, I write a recap of the season. This time, the pain of the task had me fishing through my past.

By Greg Taylor, 13 Mar 2019


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Oakridge Centre’s New Clothes

When developers want to drop a ‘city’ in a neighbourhood, here’s what it looks like.

By Christopher Cheung, 13 Mar 2019


culture

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‘Nature Does Not Care for Your Opinion’: Spectating at the Physics Olympics

In which Steve Burgess finds himself deep into the world of vepds and Quizzics.

By Steve Burgess, 13 Mar 2019


culture

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Working as the Newsroom’s ‘Diversity Hire’

Women of colour in journalism bring a lot to the job. And take a lot, too.

By Anya Zoledziowski, 12 Mar 2019


culture

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Becoming a Man, and All that Jazz

‘Cool Daddy’ profiles a great Canadian crooner, his son, and Rat Pack masculinity.

By Dorothy Woodend, 12 Mar 2019


analysis

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Trudeau’s No Good, Very Bad Week

Gerald Butts was supposed to put the PM back together again. How did that go?

By David Beers, 12 Mar 2019


news

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For Those Lost to the Overdose Crisis, a Toy Tree

Joze Macculloch throws one up on the thin branches for every friend and neighbour gone too soon.

By Christopher Cheung, 11 Mar 2019


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Why the Person Serving You at YVR May Soon Be Jobless

‘There’s no job security at the airport’ due to contract flipping, says union.

By Andrew MacLeod, 11 Mar 2019


culture

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‘Years of Monstrous Inequity’: Patrick Lane Chose Not to Forget

BC has lost a literary giant who believed ‘stories are our foundations.’

By Michael LaPointe, 11 Mar 2019


opinion

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Tex Enemark Says Goodbye with Thoughts on PMO Power

The well-known BC political figure shares some last insights.

By Tex Enemark, 8 Mar 2019


opinion

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‘Lessons to Be Learned’ Says Trudeau. So Let’s Name Some

The PM won’t say what SNC scandal teaches. Can we help him out?

By Tyee Staff, 8 Mar 2019


culture

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Peek into the Bedrooms of Vancouver’s Millennials

Documenting the diverse homes of the pricey region’s young adults.

By Christopher Cheung, 8 Mar 2019


opinion

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Want Justice? Then Let the Youth Lead

When The Tyee’s Katie Hyslop won a major honour, here’s how she used the platform it provided.

By Katie Hyslop, 8 Mar 2019


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Tyee Poll: Should Companies Facing Charges Be Allowed to Bid on Government Contracts?

Tell us what you think.

By Tyee Staff, 8 Mar 2019


news

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Federal NDP Heading Toward Fall Campaign Without Familiar Faces

MPs’ decisions not to run again doesn’t signal dissatisfaction with Singh, say politicians, analyst.

By Andrew MacLeod, 7 Mar 2019


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More Frack Quakes Rattle Alberta, Cause Deaths in China

Regulator shuts down operations near Red Deer. Thousands protest in Sichuan.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 7 Mar 2019


opinion

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Butts Sinks Trudeau Government Deeper into the Muck

Testimony before justice committee served its political purpose — but not Canadians.

By Michael Harris, 6 Mar 2019


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On the Record: We Did Nothing Wrong, Says Trudeau’s Ex-Top Advisor

Gerald Butts tells committee Wilson-Raybould should have complained if she felt pressured.

By Tyee Staff, 6 Mar 2019


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How Facebook Flaw Let Advertisers Zero in on Just One Person

Way to bypass anonymity controls fixed now, says Facebook, after Tyee proved it exists.

By Bryan Carney, 6 Mar 2019


Working as the Newsroom’s ‘Diversity Hire’

Women of colour in journalism bring a lot to the job. And take a lot, too.

By Anya Zoledziowski

 

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