Author Archives: Danielle Carr

For the record: Kinder Morgan Pipeline

The Kinder Morgan pipeline may be in jeopardy. Kinder Morgan CEO Steve Kean spoke to reporters saying if nothing changes then the project may be re-evaluated. Grand Chief Stewart Phillips is optimistic the pipeline is on it’s last legs. “You … More →

For The Record: Queer Art Spaces

Vancouver is going to be home to one of the first queer art galleries in Canada. Emily Bailey from the Queer Arts Festival says in 2018 the country still has a long way to go. “We definitely have to recognize … More →

For the record: Sex positive communities

Converge Con is coming to Vancouver and bringing sex educators and activists from across Canada together to talk about everything from cuddle parties, to group sex, and consent in the era of #MeToo. Converge Con producer Kale Gosen says we … More →

For the record: celebrity cats

The world of celebrity cats is coming to Vancouver. Meowbox community manager Sarita Fitchner says to get your selfies ready because one of the most famous social media cats will be at Meowfest, a festival dedicated to the love of … More →

For the record: 2 day challenge

Students will have less than 48 hours take a real world problem facing the community and find a solution. The only challenge is they won’t know what it is until the day of the competition. We talk to BCIT instructor … More →

VPB: Let the dogs out

Good news for Vancouver dog owners, who’ll soon have more parks to let their dogs walk, run, and play leash-free. The Vancouver Park Board says they want to increase the numbers of spaces for locals to let their dogs off … More →

Autumn splendor: Fall is on fire

Fall has arrived and the leaves are turning brilliant shades of yellow, red, and orange around BCIT’s Burnaby campus. The deciduous trees are the ones adding some colour to the school and BCIT is about to get even more. Forty new … More →

One shot to save a life

It’s flu season and Vancouver Coastal Health is giving out free vaccines to help save lives. Health workers and visitors are pulling up their sleeves to get their influenza shot, at the Minoru Residence in Richmond. Vancouver Coastal Health Medical … More →

DTES: Honours women at heart of the city

Heart of the city is here and the festival kicked off with an opening ceremony dedicated to the women of the Downtown East Side (DTES), the theme of this years festival. Singer Dalannah Bowen performed a special song at the … More →

VPD: Don’t Netflix & drive

Vancouver Police are warning the public not to watch videos on their phone while driving, after discovering an incident with an unidentified female.  The police department says they became aware of the incident when a passenger in another motorist’s vehicle … More →