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How Sasquatch was stolen
And how the Coast Salish people stole it back
Lessons from the one unionized Starbucks in Canada
A single Starbucks location, in Victoria, B.C., successfully organized in 2020. Now several others are hoping to join them.
What Terry Glavin overlooked
The confirmations of graves at residential schools have made an abstract horror specific and tangible. And that tangibility is what Glavin's piece...
In photos: The pipeline project on the Tsleil-Waututh’s doorstep
The Trans Mountain Expansion threatens an already dwindling orca population, with whose survival the First Nation sees itelf as intertwined
The Backbench
#19 A Bill That’s Ideally Never Used
BC's emergency on top of emergency has us wondering where the federal government needs to step in. And the latest "lockdown bill" and Throne Speech reveals where our federal government is at.
Short Cuts
#730 Rain, Rain, Marie Henein
As British Columbia assesses the damage from the downpour, what is the media's role when disaster strikes? And Jian Ghomeshi's lawyer is back in the news over a controversy but is Jesse too close to the story to critique it?
“Essentially you have a police state”
Fairy Creek shows the limits of checks on RCMP power
A glimpse into a local-news content factory
"You were encouraged to talk to the least amount of people as possible" when reporting a story, says a former Black Press journalist
What It’s Like When Police Try To Keep You From Reporting
At Fairy Creek, RCMP efforts to restrict media can devolve into theatre of the absurd
The Salmon-Farm Industry’s Propagandistic “News Site”
SeaWestNews, founded by a former Vancouver Province editor, champions the industry and attacks its critics