It is not about shutting down conversations, but rather white people doing the grunt work to deflect ignorant tweeters away from online spaces that Indigenous Twitter uses to organize or vent fury.
Car break-ins, which on average cost ICBC and drivers around $14 million per year, are down significantly in Vancouver and Surrey, the province’s most populated cities.
An unconscious bias in work culture continues to hold back women’s careers, according to female business leaders at a lecture at the Kerrisdale Community Centre last week, The Threat of the Uppity Woman.
Reported by Jennifer Wilson Some non-regular faculty are struggling with debt and shame and one Langara College history instructor is speaking out. Niall Christie, who was a non-regular instructor for 11 years, represents Precarious…
Reported by Jennifer Wilson In the dark comedy The Ridiculous Darkness, Studio 58 alumna Emilie LeClerc asks the audience to confront the isolation and colonialism present in Vancouver. Originally a German radio play by Wolfram Lotz,…
With only a handful of women sports reporters in the industry, Wendy Long entered sports writing in the 1980s to challenge the way female athletes and writers were represented.