Robyn Smith is editor in chief of The Tyee, Canada’s pioneering independent digital news outlet. She began her journalism career in 2010 as a Tyee intern and became editor in chief in 2015. Robyn oversees an accomplished team of staff writers, columnists and freelancers who have won awards and recognition for their investigative journalism on climate change, labour rights, and urban development. She is a graduate of the UBC Graduate School of 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.
Union activist John Jensen’s memoir looks at the battle for local control over the future of the region. An excerpt.
A new report takes a decolonized approach to data and stories about the health of Indigenous women and girls living in BC.
In a few weeks, those with COVID-19 will no longer need to isolate, or do anything else, really.
A proposal to lay cables beneath the Columbia River is met with skepticism from an Indigenous activist and the river’s advocates.
Residents struggle to access parks as the park board tries to prevent another tent city.
Kathy Calder’s sister died in 2003, her daughter this year. Why is government treating people this way, she asks?
Gregor Craigie’s book ‘On Borrowed Time’ is a timely refresher on the threat of a megathrust earthquake.
Increase in COVID-19 cases brings the return of some measures lifted four weeks ago.
Growers had called for probe into whether Canada’s ‘blueberry baron’ had played a role in suppressing prices in the Maritimes.
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