by Sean Orr | Those ever-relevant old dogs at the Sun are stirring it up again! Opinion: Usage-based billing’s time has come. This guy Harvey probably also thinks the entire government should be run like Chuck E. Cheese.
Bonus denied. “According to a memo issued by VANOC CEO John Furlong, the organizers of the Vancouver Olympics have been forced to cancel payment of about $13 million in promised “retention bonuses” to staff, citing the recession”. Who said nothing good came out of the Olympics? Oh wait, I did. I said that.
SFU students rally against Goldcorp’s $10-million donation. B-b-but I thought the mining industry was responsible for our amazing quality of life. Besides, it’s just a little donation.
West End residents plan to stop bulldozer to guard landmark. Oh, hey, wow! It’s like our own version of Rachel Corrie except instead of Israelis bulldozing Palestinian homes it’s a church that replaced an even older church and a guy who wants to develop his ridiculously expensive property in one of the densest neighbourhoods in Canada (and I’m not talking about how close buildings are together).
Clark pledges to create website for public feedback on government. How about you just stop bullshitting us? A website? I mean, maybe you should fix The Access to Information Act first.
The Yuppy Dog Owners respond.
Vancouver’s Hootsuite plays big role in Egypt. The rioting helped too, though.
Photography Ethics on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. I’m a pretty big advocate of the DTES but I’m not sure I get this article.