In his new book, East Van writer Matt Hern looks at new and old ways of thinking about land ownership.
This film is a long and painful journey, so use the bathroom first.
Plenty of tips from scientists, activists and policy experts.
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The barbarians have pushed inside the gate, and there is no going back.
Sometimes — especially this year — only the film equivalent of junk food can nourish the soul.
Author makes compelling case that capitalism is collapsing and there is nothing to replace it.
‘Toni Erdmann’ and ‘Moonlight’ highlights in a year of compelling, beautiful movies.
Author, activist Bev Sellars on her book ‘Price Paid: The Fight for First Nations Survival.’
Ultimately, a dreary demonstration of calculated, market-tested moviemaking.
Film on Jacqueline Kennedy rarely goes beyond a beautifully depicted surface.
In ‘Embers,’ the lauded writer shares observations on life, grief and more.
These stressful times demand your small-town, screwball dramedy. Welcome back.
Musings on life and legacy of radical conservationist Roderick Haig-Brown.
And about how language constructs reality. We’ve never needed it more.
BC’s most celebrated explorer on his education, craft, and a life immersed in culture.
Hope Jahren’s new book details her love affair with science, and fight to keep it funded.
An exclusive excerpt from ‘The Peace in Peril: The Real Cost of the Site C Dam.’
In it, three generations of Canadian soldiers reflect on war’s impacts. Let’s hear them.
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Win Tickets to ‘KDocs’, Kwantlen’s Burgeoning Documentary Film Fest
Documentary pairs with discussion, debate and dialogue at this unique February event.
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