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What Goes On in the Hidden Bowels of Vancouver’s Art Gallery?

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Tara Fraser repairs masterpieces. She’s very good at removing boogers. Read more »

By Dorothy Woodend, Yesterday

opinion

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Why, as an Indigenous Woman, I’m Running for the Greens

Elizabeth May showed allyship, so I took a closer look. And I saw my values reflected.

By Racelle Kooy, Yesterday

culture

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Abortion Rights: Giving Teens the ‘Information They Need to Have’

Author Robin Stevenson on her timely new book, ‘My Body, My Choice.’

By Carol Eugene Park, 24 May 2019

opinion

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An Early Voter’s Guide to Trudeau (Bad) and Scheer (Worse)

Don’t let negative partisanship trick you into backing Harper lite.

By Michael Harris, 23 May 2019

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opinion

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Oh No, My Street’s Named after a Racist!

From Trutch to Robson and Smithe, the dark history behind Vancouver’s tainted names.

By Emma Renaerts, 23 May 2019


analysis

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Canada’s Cars Are World’s Worst Gas Guzzlers, but BC May Be Tipping Point

Surge in electric vehicle sales a silver lining to high pump prices.

By Blake Shaffer, 23 May 2019


opinion

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Put Fishing Back in BC Fishermen’s Hands

Our coastal communities are drowning, largely thanks to tradable quotas and licences.

By Evelyn Pinkerton, 22 May 2019


news

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‘Stars Aligned’ to Make BC First to Protect ‘Force for Good’ Businesses

How insurance advisor Bernie Geiss went to Victoria and made history.

By Andrew MacLeod, 22 May 2019


opinion

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How to Make Schools Kinder Places for Kids

And other gentle lessons I’ve learned from 3,000 children and teens.

By John-Tyler Binfet, 22 May 2019


analysis

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Why Gasoline Prices Are High in BC (and Jason Kenney Is Wrong)

Four reasons fuelling your car has nothing to do with Alberta’s pipeline demands.

By J. David Hughes, 22 May 2019


opinion

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Was It Fair to Criticize Indigenous Stances of Green Party? An Exchange

Robert Jago’s Tyee piece draws a rebuttal from Green headquarters, and he replies.

By Haritha Popuri and Robert Jago, 21 May 2019


opinion

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Frustrated by Pipeline Myths Albertans Tell Themselves? Here Are the Facts

A guide to educating relatives and friends who cling to oily falsehoods.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 21 May 2019


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Tyee Announces Third Fellowship for Emerging Indigenous Reporter

We’re seeking our next writer for this great (and paid) opportunity.

By Robyn Smith, 21 May 2019


culture

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Poetry Is Living Its Best Life Online

On Instagram, the form pares down words and ups the impact, riding a surge of new interest.

By Adele Barclay, 20 May 2019


opinion

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To Become Canada’s Climate Champion, Singh Must Oppose Horgan

Decisive leadership needed if federal NDP is to rebuild from 2015 and quit bleeding support to Libs and Greens.

By Devon Rowcliffe, 17 May 2019


culture

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The Witness Blanket, and the Hard Lessons of Treaties

When a museum wanted to display Carey Newman’s work, he set out to redefine the traditional artist-institution relationship.

By Andrea Smith, 17 May 2019


opinion

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Billionaire Space Pioneers Want to Launch Us Into the 1950s

Earth to Bezos and Musk: Give it up.

By Crawford Kilian, 17 May 2019


news

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BC’s Clerk Retires after Report into Legislature Misspending Finds Wrongdoing

Probe found no evidence of misconduct by the sergeant-at-arms.

By Andrew MacLeod, 16 May 2019


opinion

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Please Advise! Money Laundering? What about Other Sleazy Transactions?

Dr. Steve wants all the inquiries.

By Steve Burgess, 16 May 2019


culture

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Yucho Chow’s Vancouver

In a racist time, the photographer welcomed all to his Chinatown studio. Decades later, his work is on display.

By Christopher Cheung, 16 May 2019


analysis

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In Dementia Caregiving, Countless Unrecognized Acts of Love

We spoke with three caregivers about their daily routines. Part of a series.

By Crawford Kilian, 16 May 2019


opinion

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Is ‘Left Over’ Food for ‘Left Behind’ People the Best We Can Do?

Domestic hunger should not be left to charity and corporate food waste.

By Graham Riches and Kell Gerlings, 16 May 2019


news

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Money Laundering Inquiry to Seek ‘Answers about Who Knew What and When’

Two-year-long probe to end months before BC’s next election.

By Andrew MacLeod, 15 May 2019


culture

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Listening to the Bones: How a Discipline Went from Racism to Reconciliation

Part of a series introducing innovative thinkers in BC’s post-secondary sector.

By Steve Burgess, 15 May 2019


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Help Shape The Tyee’s Federal Election Reporting

Voters deserve to have their questions answered. Take our survey and tell us where to dig.

By Jeanette Ageson and Robyn Smith, 15 May 2019


culture

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The War on Women Enters a New, Even More Dangerous Phase

The abortion issue is being used to strip women of their rights. It’s time to fight back.

By Dorothy Woodend, 15 May 2019


news

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NDP’s Sims Again Accused of Dodging of FOI Rules

Eby, Horgan pledge to respond to allegations from former employee.

By Andrew MacLeod, 14 May 2019


opinion

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Are We Seeing the First Cracks in the BC Liberal Coalition?

Coleman, Throness break ranks on abortion. And undermine an already weakened Wilkinson.

By Paul Willcocks, 14 May 2019


opinion

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Elizabeth May’s Greens Need to Fix Their Indigenous ‘Vision’

Party’s positions are thin, unrealistic and riddled with embarrassing errors.

By Robert Jago, 14 May 2019


news

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On Climate, Does Trudeau’s Canada Play Hero or Villain?

The Tyee asked global experts, and got some surprising answers.

By Geoff Dembicki, 13 May 2019


Tyee Announces Third Fellowship for Emerging Indigenous Reporter

We’re seeking our next writer for this great (and paid) opportunity.

By Robyn Smith

 

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