Kate Korte is editor-in-chief of the University of Victoria’s independent student newspaper, the Martlet. She studies political science at UVic.
A mural is going up at the Cambie Pub to remember Kendall Chinn, the frontman of the band SNFU.
They’re defined by their industry allyship. But as the sector shrinks, so does the party’s base.
FOI shows Mounties pushed the province to reverse a decision holding the force liable for the spill at its outpost. It seems to have worked.
The centre, with its library, meals and programs, has become a cornerstone of community life.
Only an amendment to the Canada Health Act can bring systemic change to racist health-care practices, says group.
Given all this (sweeping gesture), I can’t believe I was ever scared of a dude in a hockey mask.
Advocates say parties can lead in ensuring more Black, Indigenous and people of colour are elected in future.
A UN nuclear arms treaty has won enough support to take effect. But the Trudeau government is still backing nukes.
Advocates say legislation will provide the ‘teeth’ and ‘encouragement’ to remove barriers for people with disabilities.
Expect no Asian windfall for oilsands crude, says a new report by expert David Hughes.
Council has backed a motion that would effectively end the practice. But good intentions don’t equal action.
The good news? A basic income and better care. But after two years, the pandemic will still be with us.
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