“I know this next comment will get me in trouble, but that doesn’t make it any less accurate: Vancouver isn’t really a creative city, anyway. It’s a picturesque city made up of glass shoeboxes—but a creative hotbed? I’m not so sure.”
did a magazine call your city “boring”!?!?! this survival guide will help you get through it!
Let’s go with Azerbaijan Time Mondays and Thursday and Easter Island Summer Time the rest of the week.
“Prince George residents in general and members of the area business community in particular are desperate – bordering on teenage girl obsessed with the captain of the football team – to be recognized by the denizens of Greater Vancouver.”
Where Vancouver ends, where northern B.C. begins, and everything else in between.
When discussing the legacy of W.A.C. Bennett’s dams, it’s important to remember the people who were swept aside – and the ongoing consequences of those decisions.
It would cover BC Place and stretch from Stanley Park to Abbotsford.
I’m not a fan of covering crime for its own sake. I understand people are interested in the details, but there’s a lot of crime and it would be easy to fill our days with gory details of shootings and murders from around the world. Not much public value in that. At the same time, there […]
From residential schools to racist murals, what do we do with the less savory parts of our past?
Just a friendly reminder that democracy isn’t simply picking one side to be in charge every four years. It’s a process that happens every day in a variety of forums and ways.
On Facebook, you like everything and everyone’s your friend. Not great for journalistic integrity.
In the wake of it being disclosed that Prince George Mayor Shari Green had the most expensive campaign in city history (in which she spent more than all five Kamloops mayoral candidates combined [source]), there’s a small debate surrounding municipal elections and financing. Speaking to CBC, Councillor Brian Skakun made the following comments: “It makes […]
I got a couple of comments on my post about policy surrounding teachers and speaking in public about the state of education in the province that I think are worth sharing here. The first came from Bob Cotter, who shared the policy for School District 46 (The Sunshine Coast). Section 3.17 reads: 3.17 EMPLOYEE FREEDOM […]
Here in British Columbia, classes are cancelled as teachers escalate their job action. This has been coming for a while, and at Daybreak we’ve been looking around for guests to provide different perspectives on the story. Among those we figured it would be good to hear from are teachers. This led me to reading up on […]
This is one I’ve been meaning to write for a bit. It started December 2, when news broke that the Gitxsan Hereditary Chiefs in northeastern B.C. had apparently entered into an agreement Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline Project. The exact words: “On behalf of the Gitxsan Hereditary Chiefs, Hereditary Chief Elmer Derrick today announced an agreement […]
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