‘Now what?’: Gender-based violence in the Vancouver arts scene, and beyond

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was my friend, and he raped me, and he committed suicide. All of these things are true, all at the same time, and I don’t really know how...

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TransLink tests new double-decker buses

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These new buses have almost twice the seating of regular buses.

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Ontario college instructors forced to end strike

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“Compromise and figure it out. Or we want our money back,” Amir Allana, paramedic student Humber College

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How rebounds are more harmful than helpful

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It is unfair to deny the opportunity to become comfortable with yourself, by yourself.

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Employers checking employees’ social media is wrong

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Social media is a place for people to post about their personal and social lives. So, of course most of the time it is not going to be “professional.

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Lacrosse: Our official sport?

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By the mid-1800s it was regularly played across what is now Quebec and Ontario, enough for its first formal leagues to form and lacrosse become a Canada-wide sensation.

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Early lessons

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Kameron Johnson had a heck of a game for the Royals, going point for point with the PACWEST MVP, Usama Zaid.

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Tips for self-care over winter break

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Once all the papers are cited and exams are turned in, it’s important to take a moment and take care of yourself a little bit.

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Confusion erupts as young woman moves without writing ‘Why I’m leaving Vancouver’ open letter

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Vancouver City Bylaw 7089 states “Any citizen relocating outside of the Lower Mainland must pen a-personal-yet-relatable thought piece on why he or she is leaving, and drag it out...

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Florida woman discovers cold weather

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“It’s like that stuff we put in our drinks, ice, but shredded? The world is covered in Italian Ice now?” – Bridget Ivery

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‘Overcooked’ serves up a lot of fun

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As you can see, it escalates quickly from the run-of-the-mill kitchen of the first level.

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Upcoming Music Department performances

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Looking for some lovely live music to take your mind off paper and exam stress?

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First Nations writers share their stories at ‘Aboriginal Voices’

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“These are stories that have to come out, and these writers and readers brought those stories out to share with people.” – Dave Seaweed, Aboriginal Coordinator

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