The hypnotic thump of powwow drums dominates the opening of “Electric Pow Wow,” the emblematic track of Ottawa electronic crew A Tribe Called Red (ATCR), recently nominated for Canada’s prestigious Polaris Prize.
With no album, radio play or front-person to fall back on, Beat Nation Live is hard to quantify: A musical trickster of sorts.
Rebel page Brigette DePape co-edits myth-busting book. Who says today’s young generation is apathetic?
Civil liberties advocates are raising questions after five people were arrested in Vancouver on the weekend at a Quebec solidarity protest.
NPA mayoral hopeful apologizes for campaign photos used without parental consent. Critics still say it was “political opportunism”
One week after the death of Ashlie Gough at Occupy Vancouver, her family confirmed she died of a heroin overdose – but said they find most portrayals of Gough “upsetting” and “inaccurate”
Victoria artist who overdosed at Occupy Vancouver was passionate, magnetic, say those who loved her
Light sabres. Pineapples. Saxophones. Bribery. Not your usual election props…
BEIRUT, LEBANON – Every year, thousands of Canadian youth travel abroad, many of them immediately before or after college. What is it that drives us middle-class kids overseas?
While many campus Christian groups preach salvation, many chaplaincies attract students also interested in working for social change — what used to be known in Canada as the social gospel