Oct 22, 2013
Video: Third UBC sex assault in a month heightens security, fears
The third on-campus sexual assault in as many weeks has University of British Columbia security and RCMP stepping up efforts to prevent more incidents.
Five poles raised in three-day POW celebration
This is the sound of dozens of feet shuffling in unison. The guy you hear on the megaphone, Nick Nickerson, leads the procession from the front in an orange construction vest.
Mother-son team develop Tlingit-culture tablet app
A mother-son duo in Klawock has developed a new iPad app that shares part of their Alaska Native culture.
Saxman raises totem by carver Donald Varnell
As the sound of The Black Keys fills the Village Carving Center, carver Donald Varnell works intensely on the raven pole that was set to go up at 1:30. His team is made up of family, friends, carver Nathan Jackson and artist Ray Troll.
The Georgia Straight
Food cart pilot project launched in Stanley and Queen Elizabeth Parks
Fish tacos, smoothies and Neopolitan-style pizza are among the menu items that will be featured in two Vancouver parks as part of a one-year food cart pilot program launched today .