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Royal City Rose Honours New Westminster's 150th Birthday

A superstar rose, named in honour of New Westminster's 150th birthday.

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Julie Salverson: Storytelling and social justice

Q&A with Julie Slaverson about the links between clowning and social justice.

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Farm Trek aims to save UBC Farm

Don't miss the food, folks and fun at the UBC Farm Trek!

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VanDusen's Well-Contained Plant Sale

Choose from more than 40,000 plants and learn a thing or two about container gardening at this year's sale.

Bike culture explored at Projecting Change Film Festival

Catch Tales of a Yellow Bike at the Projecting Change Film Festival.

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No Tankers Day

Groups call for Canadians to dress up their loonies for B.C.'s waterways.

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David Suzuki does Squamish

David Suzuki to speak about sustainable development and communities—get tix now!

Nordic Trax – Luke McKeehan

Art Darts talks to local DJ, promoter and label-owner Luke McKeehan.

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21 ways to spend Earth Hour sans power

Get sexy, play games, share food and reflect this Earth Hour—plus 17 other ways to spend an hour in the...

This Sistahood isn't about any "Travelling Pants"

Vancouver event highlights link between art and social activism.

Art Darts Update: New eatART—and party

A family-friendly opportunity to see art, plus a silent auction and DJs.

GREEN: Except for books.

Emily Jubenvill takes a hard look at the books in her library.

Reality: Sans Papier

Going paperless has numerous benefits—but what about the TP?

Plastic Soup

The world’s largest ecosystem is slowly being consumed by nature’s immortal enemy.

Beaumont Studios

Beaumont Studios' unique approach to artistic collaboration: osmosis, interaction, community.

Fantasy Island

A UBC grad student imagines converting a tangled mass of plastic drifting in the Pacific Ocean into a tropical island.

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