Vancouver’s housing crisis worsened in the Downtown Eastside in the past year, according to a report released yesterday by an activist housing group, with fewer and fewer Single Resident Occupancy (SROS) rentals within reach of many residents’ budgets.
In the wake of Bill C-38′s budgetary gutting of the environmental review process, indigenous fisheries experts in Canada are decrying their exclusion from a new federal panel for anglers and hunters.
At Stó:lō ceremony, talk of waning Fraser River sockeye returns and political clashes with some commercial fishers.
Decades after Dryden Chemicals dumped 10 tonnes of the neurotoxin into northwest Ontario’s English-Wabigoon River in the 1960s, Aboriginal communities are literally reeling from its effects.
With salmon numbers in B.C.’s once-abundant Fraser River stocks predicted to take another devastating hit this summer, some are questioning why First Nations are under-represented in managing a fishery that has become almost exclusively theirs.
The head of Compliance Energy Corp. said his firm’s proposed Raven Underground Coal Project, in Vancouver Island’s Comox Valley, will not harm the environment.
Aboriginal leaders are increasingly turning their sights on the federal government’s Budget Implementation Bill, Bill C-38.
The lunar new year on Monday saw thousands of Vancouverites welcoming the Year of the Dragon, but today Chinatown has settled down.
A chocolate train station. A feared food critic. A guerrilla gastronomer. Pecha Kucha Volume 19 straddled the worlds of design, eating and art.
Eyewitness report column from the G20 protests and the largest mass arrests in Canadian history