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A Lesson for Vancouver: How Amazon Is Bad for Seattle

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opinion

Tech workers make more money than you and they want your apartment. Read more »

By Jason Schmidt, Today

opinion

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Dodging Danger in Paradise

Our man in Kauai hears missiles are on their way — and goes back to his coffee.

By Rod Mickleburgh, Today

news

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Unifor, CLC Rift Called Threat to Labour Movement

Largest-private sector union quits national labour group.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, Today

culture

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Peace, Order, Good Government and Moderation

Excerpt from pollster’s new book suggests Canada less inclined to Trumpism’s allure than some might fear.

By Michael Adams, Today

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Tyee Poll: Could Canada Catch ‘Trumpism’?

By Tyee Staff, Today


opinion

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Food For Us, Suffering For Foreign Farm Workers

From exploitation to damaged families, temporary workers pay a high price to provide our produce.

By Donald MacLean Wells and Janet McLaughlin, Today


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Leadership Candidate Stone Backs Online Data Marketer

British privacy commission concerns about Victoria company’s role in Brexit campaign are ‘routine’ audit, says BC Liberal contender.

By Andrew MacLeod, Today


opinion

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Is Donald Trump a Sociopath?

Doctors say yes — and that should disqualify him from the presidency.

By Mitchell Anderson, Yesterday


opinion

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Why the ‘Housing Crisis’ Is Really About Globalization

Free-flowing capital breaks the link between prices and local incomes — and most of us are shut out.

By William E. Rees, Yesterday


news

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First Nations Seek Injunction to Halt Site C Work

Dam violates Treaty 8 rights, say West Moberly, Prophet River First Nations.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 17 Jan 2018


culture

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Comedy Isn’t Colour Blind at This Improv

Blind Tiger Comedy offering eight improv and sketch scholarships to differently abled, queer and racialized performers.

By Katie Hyslop, 17 Jan 2018


news

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Horgan Supports Cheaper Hydro for Low-Income Residents

Government waiting for utility commission’s response on blanket rate freeze.

By Andrew MacLeod, 17 Jan 2018


news

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Girl’s False Claim of Hijab Attack Brings Ugly Response

An 11-year-old girl told a story that wasn’t true and the Muslim community came under attack.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 17 Jan 2018


opinion

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Trump Is Dead Wrong on Immigrants from ‘Shithole’ Countries

Canadian data shows high education, employment levels, little demand for public funding.

By Arvind Magesan, 17 Jan 2018


news

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BC Falling Behind on Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Without serious action, we’ll miss our 2020 targets.

By Judith Lavoie, 16 Jan 2018


news

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Five Things Horgan Should Have Done About Site C

Former Hydro CEO says government should have killed dam and launched major energy reform.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 16 Jan 2018


news

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BC’s Parties Mum on What They Know About You

Liberals gave partial response, NDP and Greens offered nothing when questioned about individual information they hold under privacy laws.

By Andrew MacLeod, 16 Jan 2018


opinion

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The Ethnic Cleansing of America

Trump’s plan to deport 330,000 people a disaster for them, their home countries and the US.

By Crawford Kilian, 15 Jan 2018


opinion

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How Evangelical Women Took Over the Sex Work Debate

‘Sensationalist’ campaigns trample on rights of workers.

By Carly Daniel-Hughes, 15 Jan 2018


national

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NAFTA’s Death Would Be Cheered by Working Canadians, Says Union Leader

Jerry Dias says deal hurt working class and its failure would be a boost for Trudeau.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 15 Jan 2018


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Tyee Poll: How Best Did Mayor Gregor Green Vancouver?

By Tyee Staff, 12 Jan 2018


news

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Experts Weigh In On Five Arguments Against a $15 Minimum Wage

Despite rhetoric, a closer look at debate shows little to fear from wage increase for lowest paid.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 12 Jan 2018


culture

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A Reassuring Movie for Unresolved Times

The Post is a stirring but conventional film depicting a universe far removed from our present cultural confusion.

By Dorothy Woodend, 12 Jan 2018


mediacheck

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We Interrupt This Stereotype

New book looks at Indigenous media that’s remaking Canada’s whitewashed view of history.

By Katie Hyslop, 12 Jan 2018


news

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DFO’s Plan to Gut Rules Protecting Wild Salmon from Fish Farm Disease

Part two of a series. After court losses, federal government has new strategy to protect industry.

By Damien Gillis, 11 Jan 2018


opinion

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Health Canada’s Plan to Make Your Prescription Drugs Less Safe

Government wants Big Pharma to pay for drug approvals — but public interest will suffer.

By Joel Lexchin, 11 Jan 2018


opinion

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Loblaws Skates on Price-fixing, Tried to Send Homeless Man to Jail

Canada’s justice system nods to the powerful while treating poor people like criminals.

By Michael Spratt, 11 Jan 2018


news

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Gregor Robertson Not Seeking Re-election for Vancouver Mayor

Just four months after announcing he would run, Vision Vancouver incumbent bows out of fall municipal elections

By Katie Hyslop, 10 Jan 2018


news

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De Jong Campaign Rejected Controversial Online Company Over ‘Moral Lens’

‘I just didn’t feel comfortable,’ campaign’s strategist says.

By Andrew MacLeod, 10 Jan 2018


news

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Inside DFO’s Battle to Downplay a Deadly Farmed Salmon Disease

Part one of a series. Provincial lab played key role in denying existence of HSMI in BC.

By Damien Gillis, 10 Jan 2018


Inside DFO’s Battle to Downplay a Deadly Farmed Salmon Disease

Part one of a series. Provincial lab played key role in denying existence of HSMI in BC.

By Damien Gillis

 

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