Part Two in a series on the secretive CETA free trade deal. Critics fear the agreement opens up Canada’s water to multinational corporations.
With NDP and Liberals criticizing Canada’s secretive CETA agreement, this launches a series on its impact on Canada’s water, democracy, jobs and health.
Sitting a six-hour drive south of Vancouver, the Columbia Generating Station is B.C.’s closet nuclear plant. As we near the one year anniversary of the Fukushima disaster, VO investigates.
Acclaimed Vancouver playwright – and former Chilean revolutionary – Carmen Aguirre was awarded the CBC Canada Reads prize, only a week after being called a “terrorist” for her book, Something Fierce.
Human rights groups rallied at Canada’s Mexican embassy yesterday after an opponent of Fortuna Silver was killed in Oaxaca state.
A B.C. journalist faced death threats in Mexico after blowing the whistle on corruption. Will Canada now deport her? The Left Coast Post investigates.
“Tell her I came to say hi,” a man told the journalist’s sister – and showed her a gun. In this VO exclusive, Karla Lottini tells the tale of her fight to lead a safe life in Canada.
It’s more than just a simple funding formula: changes proposed by the Harper government could change Canadian health care in fundamental ways, warns Council of Canadians’ Maude Barlow.
Friends of slain student Ximena Osegueda Magana, 39 are ‘devastated’ after the Hispanic studies researcher and capoeira performer was found murdered in Mexico this week.
Ever heard of radishes the weight and size of a watermelon? In one Mexican city, carving them is a holiday tradition.