Add excess consumption, over-population and extinctions to the climate crisis, and an SFU prof says the entire world teeters on the brink – and blink of an eye – according to a ground-breaking study.
Prime Minister Harper spent years mired in a court case titled “Harper v. Canada” to challenge the country’s election regulations.
After 44 years of ground-breaking research on how human memory works, inception is precisely the area that memory expert Dr. Elizabeth Loftus is pioneering today.
Underneath the vibrant, diverse surface of a thriving arts and culture scene, Vancouver faces a loss of its brightest painters, dancers, designers, makers and performers to greener pastures. VO investigates how rising real estate prices are crunching our city’s artists.
Last April, as lawyers prepared for an inquiry into the Pickton investigation, retired street nurse Bonnie Fournier was told to expect a call. Nine days remain, and she’s still waiting.
A US firm with strong Republican ties played down questions after its staff campaigned directly in the 2011 elections. But four of its clients didn’t report the expense, and three still remain secret.
U.S. directors from Front Porch Strategies worked “in the trenches” for Tory candidates in 2011, going door to door and openly campaigning for Conservative candidates, the firm’s Canadian liason said.
Natural Resources Minister’s comments go beyond paternalism and border on racist, First Nations Grand Chief Stewart Phillip said.
British Columbia’s hot springs are some of the most beautiful in Canada, ranging from Harrison Hot Springs luxurious mineral baths to more humble and less known waters.
As an associate of neo-Nazi group Blood and Honour returned to court yesterday, police detectives give VO an exclusive glimpse inside their battle against hate crimes in BC. They say racist hate crimes are made possible by public apathy.