Vancouver School Transgender Policy on Cusp of Passage

Grade 11 trans student happily calls the changes 'incredible.

Silent workplace ostracism more harmful than outright bullying

‘Men’s Day’ ski trip leads to discrimination suit

Ethnicity and LGBT issues: When homophobia and transphobia are linked to race

Ethnicity and LGBT issues: When homophobia and transphobia are linked to race

Racism repeatedly rears its ugly head in homophobia and transphobia issues whenever individuals involving "ethnic communities" are identified.

James Gardner | The Transgender Project

James Gardner | The Transgender Project

Immigration reform bill has 26,000 opponents, according to B.C. petition

Immigration reform bill has 26,000 opponents, according to B.C. petition

Three permanent residents of Canada are set to argue in court on Friday that pledging allegiance to the Queen before they can become citizens is discriminatory

Bridging the language gap to grow audiences

Bridging the language gap to grow audiences

Witch a symbol for bully busting in schools

Childhood bullying can cause problems decades later Years after the psychological sting of frequent bullying, researchers say the effects can extend to lower levels of education, physical and cognitive health problems, and poor social functioning.

Komagata Maru memorial defaced days before centennial ceremonies

Komagata Maru memorial defaced days before centennial ceremonies

Friday marks 100 years since the Komagata Maru arrived in the Vancouver harbour

Student Video Award winners announced in Vancouver

Student Video Award winners announced in Vancouver

An animation featuring a donkey named Don was among the winners at this year's Student Video Awards, as the CBC and Vancouver Sun honoured talented young filmmakers across the province.

Supreme Court rules against lawyer who wouldn’t retire at 65

Supreme Court rules against lawyer who wouldn’t retire at 65

Supreme Court becoming 'Charter-averse'? Trend towards taking the middle ground on fundamental rights

Wounds after war-- Veterans Transition Network reaches out to women in Kamloops

Wounds after war-- Veterans Transition Network reaches out to women in Kamloops from

National Day of Honour today

Pride Legacy Awards 2014 winners in sports, arts, youth, and more

Pride Legacy Awards 2014 winners in sports, arts, youth, and more

The Pride Legacy Awards recognizes outstanding individuals who have contributed to Metro Vancouver's LGBT communities.

Speaking out  High School students on the West Island go to a bullying workshop.

High School students on the West Island go to a bullying workshop.

Community of Practice Event - Vancouver, BC: Addressing Fear and Resistance to D&I.  Date: September 30th, 2014 Price: Free for Members / $40.00 CAD for Non Members.

Most real estate investors are “Mom and Pop” and not large real estate investing firms. The wealth building opportunities real estate offers are incredible.

Supreme Court likely to decide Trinity Western’s fate

Supreme Court likely to decide Trinity Western’s fate

The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal from the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society of a decision that allows graduates of Trinity Western University to practice in the province

YWCA VANCOUVER ANNOUNCES ANNUAL AWARD RECIPIENTS

YWCA Vancouver announces annual award recipients

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