Tyee, The (BC, Canada)

2020 Aug 1 - 11:00pm
Vancouver’s ‘Gassy Jack’ statue honours a problematic man. It’s not the only bronze idol citizens want toppled. Who should replace them?  
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2020 Aug 1 - 4:05am
On the precipice of downfall, these men can’t see past their own heartwarming hero story.  Related StoriesTrudeau Swims Free, Leaving Morneau to Thrash (in Analysis)Catch and Release: Why Trudeau Gets away with So Much Stuff (in Analysis)
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2020 Aug 1 - 3:00am
Maintaining the LGBTQIA2S+ crosswalk symbol costs thousands in northern climates. What’s the cost of losing it?  
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2020 Aug 1 - 2:38am
BC Hydro blames pandemic, newly discovered problems; government ‘very concerned.’  Related StoriesWet’suwet’en Fear Contaminated Soil Cleanup Is Creating New Risks (in News)
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2020 Jul 31 - 2:20pm
Thomus Donaghy was devoted to harm reduction. He died after a violent altercation Monday.  Related StoriesFree Period Products Will Stay in Vancouver’s Temporary Public Washrooms (in News)
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2020 Jul 31 - 2:10pm
BC extends some coverage, but reinstates rules that leave thousands without medicare in a pandemic.  
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2020 Jul 31 - 6:42am
As his testimony pried him from opposition jaws, did the PM chum the waters with his finance minister?  
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2020 Jul 31 - 4:39am
‘I want to get out and meet people and start planning my life in this new country.’  
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2020 Jul 31 - 3:12am
Internal emails obtained by The Tyee reveal the prohibitive cost of convincing young people, an Instagram violation, an order to ‘delete ASAP,’ and more.  Related StoriesAlberta Pouring Billions into Keystone XL an ‘Idiotic Waste’: Financial Analyst (in News)Alberta Fund’s $2.1-Billion Hit Was ‘Predictable and Preventable,’ Says Risk Manager (in News)
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2020 Jul 31 - 1:51am
The Japanese-Canadian cultural celebration includes a telethon and a focus on giving back.  
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2020 Jul 30 - 11:42pm
Cockroaches, coronavirus, Biden and Black Lives Matter. Being a journalist in America right now is a wild ride.  Related StoriesWhat’s Happening Now on Climate Action? Ask Our Lead Reporter (in Tyee News)‘Canadian Media Is Exhaustingly Predictable,’ but Olamide Olaniyan Has the Tiniest Hope (in Tyee News)Publisher Jeanette Ageson Reflects on Taking Care of The Tyee (in Tyee News)
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2020 Jul 30 - 5:04am
Dr. Bonnie Henry expresses confidence, but teachers say feeling safe at work will take time.  Related StoriesBC’s COVID Battle Kept Infections Under One Per Cent (in News)June Overdose Toll a Record 175, 15 Times More Deadly than COVID-19 (in News)Downtown Eastside Residents Still Waiting for Visitors to Be Allowed (in News)
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