Tyee, The (BC, Canada)

2020 Nov 19 (All day)
Two lucky readers will get a chance to attend this year’s latest instalment.  Related StoriesWin a Local Book Prize Pack (in Presents)Win a Ticket to 'Shame and Prejudice' Exhibit at Museum of Anthropology (in Presents)
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2020 Nov 18 - 3:40pm
Council asked the force to end street checks, cut spending and more. The police say they don’t take orders from city hall.  Related StoriesA Man Assaulted at Strathcona Park Lost His Leg (in News)Vancouver Gets $51.5 Million from Ottawa for Homelessness Crisis (in News)Vancouver’s Proposed New Overdose Prevention Site Goes to Council. It Got Heated (in News)
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2020 Nov 18 - 3:10pm
Trudeau’s loose grip has deadly consequences, health and law expert Amir Attaran tells The Tyee.  Related StoriesSome Places Are Beating COVID-19. How All of Canada Can, Too (in Analysis)‘Herd Immunity’ Is an Inviting Idea but Terrible Policy (in Analysis)If We Just Treat COVID-19 as a Pandemic, We’re Screwed (in Analysis)
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2020 Nov 18 - 5:06am
A council motion has supported ‘low barrier’ cannabis as an alternative to opioids.  Related StoriesVancouver’s Proposed New Overdose Prevention Site Goes to Council. It Got Heated (in News)Sam Sullivan Defends Record after Opposing Overdose Prevention Site (in News)‘This Is a Crisis and We Can’t Afford to Delay’ (in News)
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2020 Nov 18 - 2:48am
Freed from past leadership and their NDP deal, here’s how Furstenau’s party could shake things up.  Related StoriesWhy BC’s Strange Pandemic Election Is Likely Already Over (in Analysis)The Fracking Industry Is Hurting. Its Future Should Be an Election Issue (in Analysis)It’s Time for Greens to Reinvent Themselves (in Analysis)
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2020 Nov 17 - 3:40pm
Failed contact tracing, overcrowded hospitals and renewed deadly outbreaks have yet to spark action from a fumbling government.  Related StoriesLook Over There! Jason Kenney’s Phoney Nuclear Power Distraction (in Analysis)Kenney, like Trump, Is Trapped in a Political Fantasyland (in Analysis)Manufacturing Consent, Alberta Style (in Analysis)
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2020 Nov 17 - 3:30pm
In 2009 a key police commander raised alarms and I wrote 34 stories. Why did so little happen?  Related StoriesBC’s Liberals Appear Headed for an Ugly Divorce (in Analysis)
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2020 Nov 17 - 3:20pm
As winter arrives, a new Indigenous-led effort is helping people living on Vancouver’s streets find housing and help.  Related StoriesThe Carnegie Celebrates 40 Years as ‘Sandstone Mother’ to Downtown Eastside (in News)A Man Assaulted at Strathcona Park Lost His Leg (in News)Where They Stand: BC’s Parties on Poverty Reduction (in News)
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2020 Nov 17 - 3:10pm
BC does so for some who are homeless and alcohol dependent. The safe supply is worth expanding, say experts.  Related StoriesAlberta’s Grassroots Fight against Overdose Deaths (in News)
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2020 Nov 17 (All day)
One lucky Tyee reader will win eight local reads and $50 to spend at their favourite indie bookstore.  Related StoriesWin a Ticket to 'Shame and Prejudice' Exhibit at Museum of Anthropology (in Presents)
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2020 Nov 16 - 3:30pm
The refusal shows a lack of respect for and understanding of women’s pain, say experts.  
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2020 Nov 16 - 3:30pm
'Go for Zero’ shows a way, says a new report that should spur vital debate in this country.  
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