Megan Stewart is a broadcast news producer and occasional digital reporter based in Vancouver on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish people.
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Advocates warn the province is moving too slowly in tracking and managing the health risks from extreme hot weather.
Jagmeet Singh says his party will ‘do everything possible to fight for justice.’
The latest pandemic findings gathered by The Tyee.
The party’s commitment to sustainability and slowing climate change slipped away once it won power.
Thousands of groundwater users could be cut off in March as they fail to apply for water licences. Critics blame government inaction.
The claim that the architects of the system meant well is a dangerous, destructive lie. We should all denounce it.
The Nunavut MP’s speech bidding farewell to racist federal politics shook the internet. But she’s not going anywhere yet.
Jen St. Denis shares how reporting exclusively on one Vancouver neighbourhood has changed her approach to journalism.
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WindSong, completed in Langley in 1996, has paved the way for followers across the province.
Despite major legal victories like that of Blueberry River FN, ‘it’s still a battle’ to change the relationship, say observers.
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