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It’s Hard Being a Football Kicker. Especially When a Miss Brings Online Death Threats

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culture

Athletes face social media bullying, insults and abuse. BC Lions kicker Ty Long thinks it should stop. Read more »

By Josh Kozelj, Today

opinion

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Am I the Last Voice against SkyTrain to UBC?

It will drive unaffordable condos in Vancouver. Which drives me nuts.

By Patrick Condon, Today

culture

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Dad’s World Was My Refuge, Until the Wind Storm Hit

EXTREMELY BC: First in a series sharing adventures perfectly of this place. This one’s from Saturna.

By Sofia Osborne, Yesterday

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analysis

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Canada’s Petro Paralysis, Diagnosed

Three books show how bitumen blocks democratic solutions to our climate crisis.

By Chris Tollefson, Yesterday


news

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Critical Nanaimo Byelection Is Too Close to Call

Candidates battle over crime, speculation tax and legislature scandal in final debate.

By Andrew MacLeod, Yesterday


news

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Maintaining a Fa?ade, or Preserving Heritage?

Protecting the city’s past while embracing the future poses big challenges.

By Christopher Cheung, 25 Jan 2019


opinion

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เว็บบอล ฟรีเครดิตWhere Is Canada’s AOC?

Brave on policy and whipsmart on social media, she’s slaying Goliaths and transforming America. We need some of that.

By Crawford Kilian, 25 Jan 2019


culture

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Using Art to Explore Indigenous Rights, Activism and Environment

Sprawling UBC exhibition is powerful, diverse and compelling.

By เว็บบอล ฟรีเครดิตDorothy Woodend, 24 Jan 2019


opinion

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Six New Things You Need to Know About the Legislature Scandal

Yes, the wood splitter is weird. But there’s much more to this still-unfolding story.

By Paul Willcocks, 24 Jan 2019


analysis

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Alberta Is Playing a Dangerous Game with Pipeline Ad Campaign

The anti-BC PR blitz fuels the anger of right-wing groups like the ‘yellow vests.’

By Mitchell Anderson, 24 Jan 2019


news

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เว็บบอล ฟรีเครดิตGreen Leader Says Liberal MLA Reid Should Step Down as Assistant Deputy Speaker

Andrew Weaver makes statement after new allegations over legislative spending.

By Andrew MacLeod, 23 Jan 2019


polls

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เว็บบอล ฟรีเครดิตTyee Poll: Will Trudeau’s Liberals Win It Again in October?

By Tyee Staff, 23 Jan 2019


opinion

Darryl Plecas

Please Advise! Are We Throwing Up Yet?

Dr. Steve read the report on alleged legislature excess. He’s still cleaning vomit off his shirt.

By Steve Burgess, 23 Jan 2019


opinion

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Trudeau Enters Election Year Weakened and Tarnished. He’ll Still Win

The Liberals have done plenty in four years. It’s what they haven’t done that will hurt them.

By Michael Harris, 23 Jan 2019


news

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Plecas Report Raises Questions about Perceived Partisan Connections of Clerk

James often travelled for meetings with Liberals; only reported trips to meet one NDP MLA.

By Andrew MacLeod, 23 Jan 2019


opinion

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How Trudeau Is Helping Canada’s Radical Right Flourish

Progressive talk and broken promises have already proven a dangerous coupling.

By Tristan Hughes, 22 Jan 2019


news

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The Plecas Papers: Key Allegations of a Speaker-Turned-Whistleblower

In coming days, we’ll learn how many of Darryl Plecas’s pages and pages of claims are true.

By เว็บบอล ฟรีเครดิตTyee Staff, 22 Jan 2019


news

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เว็บบอล ฟรีเครดิตHow Can We Save BC’s Small Businesses Facing Death by Property Tax?

Assessments based on redevelopment potential and ‘triple-net leases’ push neighbourhood businesses over the edge. But there are solutions.

By Christopher Cheung, 22 Jan 2019


news

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Speaker Report Alleges ‘Flagrant’ Misspending by Two Senior Legislative Officials

But Craig James and Gary Lenz say the claims are ‘completely false and untrue.’

By Andrew MacLeod, 21 Jan 2019


news

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Why Are Indigenous Grad Rates Going Up in BC? We Asked Indigenous Grads

Both alternate and mainstream programs are producing more grads. Here’s why.

By Katie Hyslop, 21 Jan 2019


news

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Nathan Shipley’s Really Lousy Gap Year

People with severe disabilities face abrupt cut-off of services at 18. That needs to change, say rights advocates.

By เว็บบอล ฟรีเครดิตAryn Strickland, 21 Jan 2019


news

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Trial Turns Spotlight on Pension Funds’ TimberWest Purchase, Rich Coleman’s Role and a Hells Angels’ Connection

Court case on contractor’s claim it was forced into bankruptcy starts this week in Nanaimo.

By เว็บบอล ฟรีเครดิตAndrew MacLeod, 21 Jan 2019


analysis

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Eating Clean, Green and Anthropocene

Scientists say our diets must evolve. Canada could lead the way.

By Crawford Kilian, 18 Jan 2019


culture

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On Photographing Big Holes in the Ground

What’s the allure of ‘excavation porn’ in the city? A Tyee exchange.

By David Beers and Christopher Cheung, 18 Jan 2019


news

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Meet the Economist Advising BC on Whether to Go Ahead with a Basic Income

‘I’m an agnostic because I can see both sides,’ says UBC’s David Green.

By Geoff Dembicki, 18 Jan 2019


culture

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PuSh, Baby

Vancouver’s live performing arts festival is back. We’ve got the lowdown.

By เว็บบอล ฟรีเครดิตDorothy Woodend, 17 Jan 2019


opinion

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Don’t Be Distracted by This Populist Sideshow

Political theatre is toxic to good policy. And there are greater forces at work.

By Mitchell Anderson, 17 Jan 2019


analysis

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When Indigenous Assert Rights, Canada Sends Militarized Police

It’s become routine, but ignores latest law on rights and title, say experts.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 17 Jan 2019


culture

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เว็บบอล ฟรีเครดิตAre Humans Ready for the ‘Return of the Wolf’?

Paula Wild’s book pushes away the ‘mist of speculation’ that shrouds these special creatures.

By Luanne Armstrong, 17 Jan 2019


Trudeau Enters Election Year Weakened and Tarnished. He’ll Still Win

The Liberals have done plenty in four years. It’s what they haven’t done that will hurt them.

By Michael Harris

 

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