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Over 200 upset condo residents have signed a petition to stop construction of a two-level 15-bed hospice at UBC, The Province reports. Construction for St. John’s Hospice at the Northeast corner of…read more
Calling on the city to "build a safer and more inclusive city where discrimination, where racism, and bullying no longer exist," Mayor Gregor Robertson announced that Citizenship and
Officers like Jodyne Keller are working to reduce the number of homeless on the streets. But stories of police brutality have damaged the relationship between the VPD and
Fashion scout went to Emily Carr University of Art + Design on Friday and got talking to a variety of people about why they wear what they wear...
It's just after 9 AM and the espresso machine is in full swing at Uprising Breads on Vancouver's East Side. The familiar tunes of Christmas echo in the
On December 14th, VO hit Commercial Drive to find out what stylin' Vancouverites choose to wear in the 'hood on cool winter days.
Two weeks ago, diversity columnist for the Abbotsford-Mission Times, Ken Herar, was denied invitation to a Surrey Christmas party because he was East Indian. Just prior to the
It took a Vancouverite to dethrone Johnny Depp as 2010's Sexiest Man Alive. He hasn't recovered from the shove sexy Vangrila-er Ryan Reynolds gave
Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, said on Friday that the strong attack led by the US at WikiLeaks is an example of the “privatisation of state censorship” and that
Two weeks ago, I wrote a commentary in response to Maclean’s “Too Asian?” Since then, many voices have chimed in from left, right, and centre to offer their
Whatever intention Maclean's had in publishing "Too Asian?" by Stephanie Findlay and Nicholas Kohler, the story in the November 10 issue jeopardizes the magazine's reputation of producing "strong...