Category: Featured

Remembrance Day 2015

It was a lovely warm and sunny day in between two storms. Consequently, there was a huge turnout at the cenotaph. Perhaps 400 people...

Kokoro Dance: heart, soul & spirit

Book of Love is not like a Harlequin romance novel. Any married couple will tell you that love has its peaks and valleys. Love, like life, is a mystery. We are lucky to have British artist Jonathan Baldock’s Dada surrealist-influenced costume and set design infiltrating the piece and Vancouver composer Jeffrey Ryan composing for the Standing Wave musical ensemble who will be playing live for the two weeks of performances at the Roundhouse.

Letter to the Editor

I too do not like the way we’re being carved up like a pie into Boomers, Millennials, Xers, Gen Ys, etc., and have wondered in whose interest has it been to do this – and also often to pit generation against generation? whose agenda does it serve?

Remembrance Day 2015

Tom, Roger and George! All very Canadian names! And all very Canadian! (Why are these guys so COOL?)  The image of Bill McPhee, administration...

Legacy of Redress Forum

Walking from table to table at the Greater Vancouver Japanese Canadian Citizens’ Association (GVJCCA) Legacy of Redress Forum, you could hear the ideas bubbling...

Working Group Update

On August 21, 2015 the working group met with Anglican Church representatives to review the June 15 Apology event and to discuss steps to...

Hastings Park update

Since the opening of the Hastings Park signage exhibit in April, 2015 the Hastings Park committee has been involved in follow up developments such...

Working Towards an Open and Just Society

Canada likes to present itself to the world in a certain way. The image of Canada is often that of an open, tolerant, society; one that anyone can come to and thrive in, just as long as they work hard. One thing that we have learned over the course of the “Right to Remain” project is that this image of Canada is largely a work of fiction.