What's the Plan, Kirk? Five Questions NPA's Choice Must Answer

NPA mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe

opinion

In Vancouver race for mayor, Vision's Robertson holds most decided voters but NPA's LaPointe starts strong. Read more »

By Frances Bula, Today

opinion

'Approve Enbridge pipeline' cartoon

Thirty Humble Conditions for Northern Gateway Proponents

Eh, they've already got hundreds to meet. What's a few dozen more?

By Eden Robinson, Today

news

Cape Breton University

University Handling Public Fracking Review Owns Firm Training LNG Workers

Questions about conflict of interest in Nova Scotia.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, Today

news

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Mr. Big: An RCMP Production

How Hollywood North's finest actors, the police, wring confession from murder suspects.

By Saul Elbein, Today

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culture

The 'Miracle Mile' race

The Mega-event that Set a Pace for Vancouver

Epic races and boondoggles aplenty, the 1954 Commonwealth Games had it all.

By Bob Mackin, Yesterday


opinion

Ebola virus

Ebola Outbreak: This Is Just the Prequel

Pay attention, for West Africa's crisis is the first of many we'll have to deal with.

By Crawford Kilian, Yesterday


culture

The Unicorns band

The Unicorns Are Back!

But who on Earth has been cutting their hair?

By Alex Hudson, Yesterday


mediacheck

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Why Does The Province's Theatre Critic Use a Fake Name?

And more strange tales from today's blurry frontiers of arts coverage.

By Shannon Rupp, 30 Jul 2014


culture

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Rise Up from Science Fiction Monoculture!

Tired of games, thrones and rings? This crop of science fiction eats Tolkien rip-offs for breakfast.

By Crawford Kilian, 30 Jul 2014


mediacheck

Omar Khadr

Latest to Fall under Harper's Muzzle: Omar Khadr

We'll never know his side of the story, so long as the PM keeps media away.

By Steve Sullivan, 30 Jul 2014


opinion

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Why Set Minimum Prices on Booze At All?

They don't fix the abuse problems they're meant to solve, and gouge the rest of us.

By Bill Tieleman, 29 Jul 2014


culture

Janet Merlo

Janet Merlo Couldn't Keep Quiet

More than 330 women are now involved in sexual harassment claims against the RCMP. Here's one's experience.

By Janet Merlo, 29 Jul 2014


mediacheck

Headphones

What the Recording Industry Isn't Saying About Streaming Royalties

A campaign to stir up anger over Canadian rates misses a few notes.

By Michael Geist, 29 Jul 2014


opinion

Tax dodging

How to Stop Canadian Multinationals from Dodging Their Taxes

And if you thought low rates bought their loyalty, you're wrong.

By Dennis Howlett, 29 Jul 2014


polls

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Tyee Poll: What's Your Ultimate Road Trip Song?

Summer's here! Time to hit the tar. What tunes keep you rolling?

28 Jul 2014


news

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Newfound Threat to Oilsand Projects

TYEE EXCLUSIVE: Researchers discover ancient salt formation key factor in Alberta steam fracking disasters.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 28 Jul 2014


culture

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A Tyee Series

To Combat Weak Social Ties, a New Way to Create

An 'arts hive' with focus on therapy puts expression before instruction.

By Olivia Fellows, 28 Jul 2014


presents

Danny Fazio

Croc Dogs! Jicama Slaw! Surrey Joins the Food Cart Revolution

Mobile food festival heads to BC's second-largest city.

By David P. Ball, 28 Jul 2014


news

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Will BC Cover Pricey Hep C 'Miracle' Treatment?

Patients have waited decades for such a 'finite cure,' but most can't pay for it.

By Pauline Holdsworth, 28 Jul 2014


news

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Colleges and Universities Finally Earn Back Carbon Cash

Capital project funds don't equal millions paid in offsets, but they help.

By Katie Hyslop, 26 Jul 2014


opinion

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To the Tsilhqot'in, with Gloves

How a people, its chiefs and a chief justice have bravely ennobled the Canadian spirit.

By Ian Gill, 26 Jul 2014


opinion

Tom Henheffer

Why Is a Weakened CRA Still Auditing Charities?

In austere times, it seems there's plenty of money to go after enemies of the government.

By Tom Henheffer, 25 Jul 2014


opinion

Ginger Goodwin

To Praise Ginger Goodwin Is to Revere a Radical

Feisty miner reminds that comfortable compromisers are easily forgotten.

By Mark Leier, 25 Jul 2014


opinion

Wolf in repose

BC's Wolf Killing Plan a Big Step Backwards

Released in April, the province's strategy for grey wolves lags behind its 35-year-old predecessor.

By Gary R. Allan and Brad Hill, 25 Jul 2014


news

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Groups 'Pull Together' to Cover First Nations' Enbridge Legal Expenses

'These things we're protecting are priceless,' says chief of Northern Gateway challenge.

By Emily Fister, 25 Jul 2014


news

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Steam Injection Fracking Caused Major Alberta Bitumen Leak

Review finds fractures spread like cracks on a frozen lake, resulting in uncontrolled seepage.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 24 Jul 2014


news

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Study Confirms Grizzlies Living on Unprotected Coastal Islands

Local tour guide's knowledge, now backed by research, raises major conservation concerns.

By Cara McKenna, 24 Jul 2014


news

Okanagan

Critic Blasts BC Ferries' 'Newest Port of Call': Liberal-rich Okanagan

Company calls promotion of party donor hotels a 'coincidence.'

By Bob Mackin, 24 Jul 2014


culture

Musician Lewis

The Mystery of L'Amour

Weirdo '80s synth dude captures the wallets of record nerds.

By Gregory Adams, 24 Jul 2014


news

Fraser Doke

'Gay and Grey': AIDS Generation Reaches Retirement

Diagnosed when HIV was a 'death sentence,' old age catches these seniors off guard.

By Emi Sasagawa, 23 Jul 2014


Janet Merlo Couldn't Keep Quiet

More than 330 women are now involved in sexual harassment claims against the RCMP. Here's one's experience.

By Janet Merlo

 

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