See what happens when a political party gets arrogant and assumes it not only knows what's best for the populace, but it also has a divine right to power?
He flattened Tokyo in previous movies. And it looks like he'll be doing a number on Steveston, too.
A light stream of midday pedestrian traffic flows, unhurriedly, past the North Vancouver salon where Dilshad Pastakia works as a hair stylist.
The 24-hour news cycle doesn't favour long-term memory. The continuing fallout from the December 2012 school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, barely registered a blip in the mainstream media by the time the U.S. Senate snuffed a tepid gun control bill in April. Similarly, the February meteorite that lit up Russian daytime skies with the energy of several Hiroshimas came and went like a firefly compared to the weeks-long gigawattage of the "Gangnam Style" video by the Korean rapper Psy. As for Fukushima, some may have to wrack their memories for a reference. Is that a brand of digital cameras or a roll of sushi?
This analysis deals not with the platform but with the more instructive past performance. If I vote Liberal on May 14, it'll be for these reasons:
Abbotsford students racked up the medals at the Skills Canada provincial competition held at Tradex on Wednesday.
We are witnessing the biggest strategic error B.C. has ever made. The fast ferries and the BC Place roof each cost about $500 million, but the people of B.C. will end up spending $3.5 billion for the Port Mann Bridge and associated roadworks.
When Davi Bains-Gill attends the Times of India Film Awards events this weekend, she'll be rubbing elbows with several people she dressed for the festivities.
A Grade 12 year already chock full of memories just keeps getting better for Shane Dagg.
As the B.C. Liberals limp towards the upcoming election, it might be beneficial to check out their record.
In the next instalment of our yearlong Vancouver Special series coming out Friday, the Courier spotlights downtown. It's the Vancouver neighbourhood our newsroom is most familiar with - or at least our 20 and 30-something selves. All of us have spent time there.
TODAY is the first day of the BC Home & Garden Show and this year promises to be one of the best years for star power on the HGTV Main Stage.
IT can be hard to find inspiration during these dark days of winter but February and March hold the promise of several garden shows to inspire.
Premier Christy Clark has her former personal policy adviser Jim Shepard orchestrate a $1 million series of NDP attack ads from the Concerned Citizens for BC.
There is nothing like an unexpected stay in hospital to refresh the memory about life's priorities, number one being health.
A well-known wakeboarding and boat-driving dog will headline the fun and festivities at the Vancouver International Boat Show running Feb. 7-11 at BC Place and Granville Island.
D-Original Sausage Haus Hailing from Germany, Steveston wasn't the first Canadian stop for D-Original Sausage Haus co-owner Jens Hertha.
A local interior designer will be sharing her expertise on the main stage at the annual B.C. Home and Garden Show at B.C. Place next month.
Just in time for Family Day, the 2013 Vancouver International Boat Show sets sail at B.C. Place from Feb. 7 to 11.