Inequality Is Bad for Business: BC Investment Banker

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That's why Kevin Campbell is sponsoring 'The Great Divide' film series at VIFF. Read more »

By Kevin Campbell, Today


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Prison Nurse Flagged Mexican Deportee's Scars, Mental Health

Clerical mistake kept Lucía Vega Jiménez from a mental health appointment before her death, inquest hears.

By David P. Ball, Today


Climate change marchers

Climate Warriors Must Forge Stronger Alliances, Now

Enviros are losing the battle to keep carbon emissions to liveable levels. We must rethink strategy.

By Nick Fillmore, Today



From Mix Tape to iPod to... What Now?

Have tech whizzes forgotten people who love to make, and give, playlists?

By Shannon Rupp, Yesterday

Recent Stories



'The Environment Is the Economy': MP Weston

Conservative says columnist Mair 'denigrates the role of the individual MP.'

By John Weston, Yesterday



BC Jobs Growing Half as Fast Since Clark's Plan Launched

Government says it has laid the foundations for growth, which must be assessed over time.

By Andrew MacLeod, Yesterday



ISIS Threat: Let's Refuse to Be Scared

Canada's response in Iraq will be 'noble,' Harper says. What should that mean?

By Crawford Kilian, Yesterday


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Deceased Deportee's Accent Led to Border Services Arrest

Transit Police officer testifies at inquest into Lucía Vega Jiménez's hanging death.

By David P. Ball, 30 Sep 2014


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Six Steps to Protect Canadians from Flaws in China Trade Deal

FIPA can't be revoked, but citizens deserve its effects be independently tracked and reported.

By Gus Van Harten, 30 Sep 2014


Sept. 2014 protests in Hong Kong

Ottawa Response to Hong Kong Turmoil Underwhelms, Say Hong Kong Canadians

Supporters of a free election demand a clear position.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 30 Sep 2014


'L'affaire Calandra'

Please Advise! I'm the Speaker, Not Parliament's Babysitter

If anyone can help turn petulant crybabies into dignified MPs, it's totally Steve Burgess.

By Steve Burgess, 30 Sep 2014


Raymond Caissie, a high risk offender

Lock Up High-risk Sex Criminals Forever

Teen Serena Vermeersch's death should be a wake-up call for the justice system.

By Bill Tieleman, 30 Sep 2014


CRTC vs. Netflix

CRTC vs. Netflix: Guess Who'll Win?

Threat of new regulation won't scare Internet giants into compliance.

By Michael Geist, 30 Sep 2014


Nathan Cullen

Bring Respect and Certainty to Canada's Energy Politics

MP Nathan Cullen on how his bill could transform our 'rip and ship' economy.

By Nathan Cullen, 29 Sep 2014



As Inquest into Border Services Death Opens, Questions about Private Security

Lucía Vega Jiménez died nine months ago awaiting deportation at a Vancouver airport.

By David P. Ball, 29 Sep 2014



We Must Heed Naomi Klein's Call

Her new book 'This Changes Everything' makes clear what we're up against and what has to happen.

By Ian Gill, 29 Sep 2014


A Tyee Series

Can We Fix the Climate by Being More Like Hawaii?

Its 2050 Plan is a blueprint for survival. Can Hawaiians, and island Earth, get there?

By Geoff Dembicki, 29 Sep 2014



Proposed Law Exposes BC Non-Profits to Attack

Anybody could ask court to punish a group they think is acting 'detrimental to the public interest.'

By Andrew MacLeod, 29 Sep 2014



Dianne Watts, You Seemed So Smart

But then you decided to run for the Tories. Big mistake.

By Rafe Mair, 29 Sep 2014



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

29 Sep 2014


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Tyee Poll: Which Part of Canada Is Most Likely to Secede?

Let us know what you think.

29 Sep 2014


Innovation talk

'Innovation' Is Everywhere, But What Does It Mean?

Two of its leading prophets, Richard Florida and Ray Kurzweil, to give their definition at Oct. 22 event.

By Geoff Dembicki, 27 Sep 2014



The 10 Commandments of Ebola

An alarming new protocol in Liberian slums speak volumes about the evolving epidemic.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 27 Sep 2014



Another VIFF Gem: 'The Iron Ministry'

Following this season's track record of great films on trains, here's a festival must-see.

By Dorothy Woodend, 27 Sep 2014



'Is This Me?': Style Meets Existentialism with 'Women in Clothes'

A conversation with contributors to a new fashion tome, co-edited by Sheila Heti. Vancouver launch next week.

By Sarah Berman, 27 Sep 2014



BC Cities Demand Review of Thermal Coal Exports

Confab of municipalities passes resolution in favour of greater oversight.

By David P. Ball, 26 Sep 2014


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A Tyee Series

In Surrey, 'Harm Reduction' Drug Approaches a Hard Sell

Fourth in a series on 'Vancouver's Addiction Ambitions, Revisited.'

By Gordon Katic and Sam Fenn, 26 Sep 2014


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Help Put the Spotlight on Government Secrecy

Enraged by redacted FOIs? Baffled by backroom deals? Hashtag it #cdnfoi.

By Sean Holman, 26 Sep 2014


Canada/Korea free trade deal

BC No Winner in South Korea Trade Deal: Unifor Economist

Government upbeat, but Jim Stanford says the deal fails to fix existing trade imbalance.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 26 Sep 2014


NPA mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe

NPA Pitches City Hall Lobbyist Registry

Vision Vancouver 'has cloaked the city in secrecy,' says mayoral hopeful Kirk LaPointe.

By Bob Mackin, 26 Sep 2014

Six Steps to Protect Canadians from Flaws in China Trade Deal

FIPA can't be revoked, but citizens deserve its effects be independently tracked and reported.

By Gus Van Harten


Which Canadian entity is most likely to become its own sovereign state?

  • Bioregion of Cascadia
  • Long live Salt Spring Island!
  • La Belle Province (Quebec)
  • Petrostate of Alberta
  • Tsilhqot'in Nation
  • Republic of East Vancouver

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