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'Yes Men' collaborators dish on election mayhem ahead of all-new DOXA premiere. Read more »

By Sarah Berman, Yesterday

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Tyee's David P. Ball Nabs Investigative Nomination for Sanctuary Series

Multimedia stories illustrate lives of undocumented migrants.

By Tyee Staff, Yesterday

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Royalty Miscalculation Cost Alberta Billions, Expert Says

'The Tories chose to pretend the big blunder did not happen,' says consultant Jim Roy.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, Yesterday

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Candidate Withdraws from BC NDP Nomination Bid, Saying Others Favoured

'A lot of politics' around race to replace Jenny Kwan, sources say.

By Andrew MacLeod, Yesterday

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What the Court Said, and What It Means for BC Schools

Premier Clark says decision 'put disputes behind us.' Don't count on it.

By Crawford Kilian, 1 May 2015


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Is a Liberal and NDP Coalition Inevitable?

For Trudeau at least, it will only become harder to avoid. But will he ever smarten up?

By Murray Dobbin, 1 May 2015


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Mike Duffy

Did Duffy Break Rules by Contacting Enbridge?

The Tyee offers a lobby primer from a federal lawyer.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 1 May 2015


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Landmark Fracking Case Gets a Supreme Court Hearing

Oil patch consultant Jessica Ernst alleges Alberta has intimidated landowners.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 30 Apr 2015


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Court Sides with BC Gov't in Battle over Teacher Bargaining Rights

Ruling a stunning setback for province's 40,000 educators.

By Rod Mickleburgh, 30 Apr 2015


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Primed for Change: Alberta Voters Flock to NDP

Corporate-friendly spring budget was final straw for angry electorate.

By Samantha Power, 30 Apr 2015


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Where Will Don Draper Land?

Our crystal ball predicts the moody ad man ends his days in swank retirement, tweeting bon mots.

By Shannon Rupp, 30 Apr 2015


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Letter from Nepal: 'The Problem Here Isn't Earthquakes'

Vancouver teacher writes from her post in Dhobighat, neighbourhood in recovery.

By Renee Comesotti, 30 Apr 2015


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What's Next for Canada if Tories Lose Election?

Suggested steps to restore the nation to its pre-Harper glory.

By Crawford Kilian, 29 Apr 2015


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Four Things We May Never Know about the Vancouver Fuel Spill

Total volume, how the Kits coast guard would respond, and two more big questions remain.

By Heather Libby, 29 Apr 2015


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BC NDP Candidate Entry Fee Betrays Grassroots, Critics Say

Party president says $2,000 charge related to new emphasis on fundraising.

By Andrew MacLeod, 29 Apr 2015


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Please Advise! Where Can I Aim My In-transit-ive Rage?

Don't worry, commuters. Dr. Steve's got a ballot for you.

By Steve Burgess, 29 Apr 2015


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Watchdog Group Wants Audit of Taxpayer-Funded Ads

'It's false advertising,' says Democracy Watch.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 28 Apr 2015


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Canada's Off-Key, Expensive Gift to Foreign Music Firms

Buried in federal budget is a multimillion-dollar boon to recording companies.

By Michael Geist, 28 Apr 2015


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Memo to Ambrose: Vancouver Pot Shops Need Sensible Regulation

Fanning reefer madness flames, feds lack common sense on medical marijuana.

By Bill Tieleman, 28 Apr 2015


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Mapping BC's Clean Energy Jobs Potential

Renewables: not at all a 'boutique' sector. Click image to view map.

By Judith Sayers and Penelope Comette, 27 Apr 2015


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Athletes Discover Healing Power of All-Season Ocean Swimming

'It's therapeutic for the mind, the body and the spirit,' says swimmer.

By Claudia Cornwall, 27 Apr 2015


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PM Spawns Literary Genre: The Political Horror Story

Brooke Jeffrey's book adds to 'Harperlit' canon.

By Crawford Kilian, 27 Apr 2015


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It's the Pill or Nil for Many Health Care Plans

Canadian contraception coverage stuck in 1969.

By Dene Moore, 27 Apr 2015


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Among Millennials, No Political Party Has a Commanding Lead

Why that’s good for Harper, and bad for progressives vying to defeat him.

By Geoff Dembicki, 27 Apr 2015


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Documentary Lovers, Paradise Is Coming

DOXA fest is almost here! Dorothy Woodend tells you what not to miss.

By Dorothy Woodend, 25 Apr 2015


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In Medicine Hat, Homelessness Is (Almost) Over

How a conservative mayor changed his mind on Housing First. BC events next week.

By Jackie Wong, 25 Apr 2015


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Finn Slough: An Off-Grid Urban Wilderness on the Fraser River

'We live outside of history,' says resident Glen Andersen.

By Yilin Wang, 25 Apr 2015


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'Hit 2 Pass' filmmakers

Prince George Derby Doc Crashes into DOXA

Meet the young filmmakers behind 'Hit 2 Pass,' coming home after touring the global circuit.

By Jonathon Hernandez, 24 Apr 2015


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BC Court Upholds 'Chilling' Restrictions on Election Advertising

In 2-1 decision, justices find the 'registration requirement is not terribly onerous.'

By Andrew MacLeod, 24 Apr 2015


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Joe Oliver's Budget Numbers Are Thoroughly Cooked

That, or he's been drinking his own Kool-Aid.

By Michael Harris, 24 Apr 2015


Is a Liberal and NDP Coalition Inevitable?

For Trudeau at least, it will only become harder to avoid. But will he ever smarten up?

By Murray Dobbin

 

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