Val Avery is president of the Health Sciences Association of BC and co-chair of the Canadian Health Professionals Secretariat, National Union of Public and General Employees.
The Cambie case is closed, at least for now. Let’s keep the wins rolling.
Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth are working together to bring changes based on consultations with 2,000 young people.
For example, are you performing ‘just acts,’ or just performing? A new book of essays invites readers to reflect.
Dr. Steve explains it’s always easy to overestimate a politician’s sense of responsibility.
Riding high in the polls, NDP aims to win a majority government in Oct. 24 vote, a year ahead of scheduled election.
Social media giant says it’s investigating why users associated with organizations who shared a post on an anti-pipeline event have been blocked.
The BC Greens haven’t brought needed change. I should know: I used to lead them. Why not a new approach?
Two years after a heartbreaking day on the Highway of Tears, her cousin says: ‘I refuse to have a cold case.’
Two lucky Tyee readers will win an all-access ticket to this annual literary event.
Rental buildings face an uphill public hearing process in Vancouver, while luxury homes sail through without consultation.
The force says it’s sharply downscaled such checks in 2020, but critics raise rights concerns.
The pact, developed with elected and hereditary leadership, provides land, cash and includes a process for implementing rights and title.
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