An evening exploring what is and what can be for public education in British Columbia.
He'll join Metro Vancouverites live via web-link to talk power, promise and peril of big data.
The award-winning author will discuss her book 'This Changes Everything.' Don't miss it.
Recent Tyee Presents
2016 calendar showcases top photos from 12 years of contest submissions by Downtown Eastside residents
Presented by SFU Public Square with Vancity.
Enter before Aug. 17 for your chance at a free day of fun for the whole family.
Fraser Valley Food Truck Association rounds up 20+ mobile eateries and pairs them with live music, an artisans' market, kids' activities and more.
Foodies, rev up your taste buds. If you’re lucky, you'll eat for free all summer.
Just some of the events taking place June 21st, as part of National Aboriginal Day.
Enter to win passes to the Vancouver Maritime Museum's Across the Top of the World exhibit and a dinner cruise for four.
Parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles: enter now for your chance at one of three family day passes (and Vancity swag.)
Tyee Presents: In Conversation with Harry Leslie Smith: The Canada We're Losing, and How to Get it Back
Join us for a provocative evening of discussion with Harry Leslie Smith and The Tyee's Geoff Dembicki.
Prizes include a $500 Vancity gift Visa, Whistler getaway, two nights in Tofino, and much more.
2014 French AmeriCan Climate TalkS will be introduced by David Suzuki and moderated by CBC's Bob McDonald, featuring panelists from Canada and France.
Twelfth year of Downtown Eastside photo contest gives those impacted by poverty a chance to share their stories and earn extra income.
Tyee Presents: Vancity pilots interactive tool for discovering and supporting locally-owned businesses
Earn chances to win $200 vouchers by giving 'Localty' a whirl between Sept. 29 and Oct. 19
SFU Public Square's 2014 Community Summit features a provocative talk between Ray Kurzweil and Richard Florida, moderated by CBC's Amanda Lang.
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Contests, events & more from Tyee and select partners
The Tyee Commenter’s Guide to Civility: A Humble Refresher
A reminder of our dos and do nots, along with a first and greatest commandment.
How do we end sexism in BC’s restaurant industry?
- Ban high heel requirements
- End wage differentiation
- Raise minimum wage
- More workplace oversight
Last week: How you feel about ride-share coming to BC? Read the results of that poll here.