NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh Wins Critical Seat in Burnaby South Byelection
Singh will be the first non-white party leader to sit in the House of Commons.
What This Burnaby Race Says About the NDP’s Federal Election Strategy
It’s do or die for leader Jagmeet Singh. Here’s what he’s telling BC voters.
Police Identify Suspect in Killing of 13-Year-Old Marissa Shen
Ibrahim Ali, a 28-year-old Syrian refugee arrested on a first-degree murder charge, is already being used to promote an anti-immigration agenda.
There's a Spike of Sextortion Incidents in This Canadian City
Burnaby, British Columbia, has faced two dozen reports in just three months.
RCMP Arrested Nearly 30 Kinder Morgan Demonstrators this Weekend
Self-styled land and water defenders zip-tied themselves to a fence on Saturday, and were promptly removed by police.
Here’s What the Future of Pipeline Protest Looks Like
Three generations of activists tell us where they see radical protest going.
A Look Back at BC Gangs Before They Had Guns, Cars, and Money
Long before the rise of drive-by shootings and targeted hits in Vancouver's outer burbs, BC street gangs hung out in city parks, causing mischief and mayhem of a different quality and scale.
Another BC University Under Fire for Botching Sex Assault Cases
Police are investigating a Simon Fraser University student accused of assaulting three women, two of whom lived in the same dorm as him.
Meet the Vancouver Man Undocumented Migrants Call Instead of 911
Here's what it's like to answer off-the-books emergency calls from people who fear deportation.
Hanging Out With the World’s Pinball Wizard, Who Just Wants to Level Up in Life
Fresh off his first world title victory, we caught up with Gagno and the filmmakers behind <i>Wizard Mode</i>, a documentary about his rise to the top.
This Week in Weird Canadian Crime: Spider-Man Attacks, Vigilante Cab Chases, Summer Snowmobilers
Don't get "Port Elgin Drunk," dear readers.
Justice Minister Admits New Bill Could Criminalize Canada’s Anti-Pipeline Protesters
New legislation seeks to criminalize protesters that interrupt "critical infrastructure," which could lead to serious consequences for movements like the Burnaby Mountain protests.