For overly sensitive congregants in the church of inclusivity here is your trigger warning—this column uses language intended to pay homage to Christmas, Santa Claus and the birth of Christ, while at the same time displaying indifference towards your contemptuous "War on Christmas."
Students: brace yourselves, winter is here.
A new face will appear on Canadian money in 2018.
This week, the B.C. Coroners Service announced that Vancouver police had for the first time found carfentanil at the scene of an apparent illicit-drug overdose death on Nov. 17. The deadly drug is used as an elephant tranquilizer and 100 times more toxic than fentanyl, and deadly to humans in an amount smaller than a grain of salt.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came to praise Cuba’s late military dictator Fidel Castro, not to bury him – and has now become an international laughing stock because he refused to acknowledge the obvious – Castro’s horrendous human rights abuses.
Canadian dissidents are complaining and no one is listening. Why should they? The self-righteous dissident crowd never advocates for centrist positions on any issue.
Harper’s Anti-Terrorism Act 2015 (Bill C-51) gave spies and police sweeping powers to infringe our rights. Now they want more. And the government is asking what we think.
As the semester wraps up, we’re losing daylight, feeling drained and definitely not looking forward to all those end of term projects.
A fixture in Canadian music since first appearing on the charts with ‘Something to Live For’ in 1988, Barney Bentall showcases his artistry in the Cariboo Express; a unique variety show/fundraiser. Prior to their appearance Saturday, November 26 at the Vogue Theatre, Joe Leary spent 24 Seconds with the veteran singer/songwriter.
If you calculate the household income a family living in a detached home in Vancouver would need to pay their mortgage, you quickly realize that the cost would be strenuous for even the doctors and lawyers making $130,000 per year.
America’s president-elect is a fascist and Canada isn’t immune. Swastikas metastasize on synagogue and mosque. Slurs are spat on public transit. Hate crimes proliferate.
One must admire the strength Ontario Conservative MP Kellie Leitch is displaying in her campaign to become leader of the Conservative party.
The government of Canada has a duty to provide to citizens a comprehensive explanation of its national defence policies.
For twenty years, Vancouver’s iconic Eastside Cultural Crawl has transformed the landscape of Vancouver over four autumn days.
From the Brexit vote to Donald Trump's remarkable ascension, one of the dominant themes of 2016 has been a global backlash against immigration. And the trend still may be gathering momentum. Cheering Trump's victory as a sign of hope, Marine Le Pen is considered a frontrunner in France's presidential elections next year.
Harjit Sajjan, a former cop, intelligence expert and Afghan war vet, got the rock-star treatment when appointed minister of defence more than a year ago. Sajjan was lauded as a "bad-ass," who made all his predecessors look like pencil-necked bureaucrats. A photo of him in combat fatigues went viral.
On Nov. 10, hundreds gathered outside the Trump tower on West Georgia Street to peacefully protest Donald Trump’s US election win.
Having released his debut album, ‘Nowhere Now’ earlier this year and currently on a North American tour, 2016 has proven to be a big year for Nate Salman, the Bay area artist known as Waterstrider.
Dear Tony: Our strata is having a serious dispute over a voting issue.