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Terry Fox


My name is Terry Fox. I am 21 years old, and I am an amputee. I lost my right leg two-and-a-half years ago due to cancer. The night before my amputation, my former basketball coach brought me a magazine with an article on an amputee who ran in the New York Marathon. It was then [...]

Winter Olympics



The 21st Winter Olympics in Vancouver has now come to an end. In the short span of 17 days, I have experienced sheer joy, profound respect and unbridled pride. Other than Shane Koyczan’s poem at the opening ceremony,I can think of no other words to define my emotions accurately:
We can stand here today
filled with all [...]

First Canadian Olympic Team


This is the only known picture of the first Canadian Olympic team:
[In 1908], for the first time, the Canadian Olympic team was named based on results from Olympic Trials and were primarily funded by the government. All team members proudly wore the maple leaf. This was the first time that the Olympic Motto “Citius, [...]

Roy Arden


Recently, two new murals by Roy Arden were unveiled at the Vancouver Convention Centre Expansion Project in Coal Harbour, Vancouver. Using historic photo images from the Vancouver Public Library, Arden’s giant collage Big House (2008) depicts events in pre-WWII British Columbia. The focus of Big House is the social and economic struggles, conflicts and realities [...]

Tim Fraser



Vancouver is a beautiful. I often find myself basking in awe of the resplendence. There are few places I have seen in my lifetime that rival this truly portentous surroundings. And certainly, there is no other place to better experience the Vancouver lifestyle than standing in Stanley Park. The scintillating sea, [...]

Scott McFarland




I recently tried my hand at typing on a typewriter - it forces you to exert a lot more pressure than you would when performing the same task on your computer keyboard. I was amazed at how closely typing on a typewriter parallels the playing the piano. I am a classically-trained pianist, albeit [...]

First Days of School


The last time I stepped onto school grounds with the intention of attending a class was in 2004. Today, as I passed by throngs of youngsters making their way to school - some gleefully, some glumly - I was reminded of that thrill I experienced without fail every semester - that earnest desire to do [...]

Jennifer Stead

“[My work] unfurls across the panel, revealing a narrative like the story in a novel. It is most often a personal narrative, autobiographical in content that informs and is found in the finished work… The landscapes become maps or barometers of feeling, internalised responses, psychologically defined spaces while simultaneously being reflections on perception, light and [...]

Michael Abraham

“As an artist I endeavor to understand and accept human nature in all of its complex majesty. Painting allows me to share the processing of experience. I enjoy the storytelling aspect of art. Each painting shares part of a larger journey, starting from a naive and hopeful worldview to one that holds [...]

Takao Tanabe

A senior Canadian artist, Takao Tanabe (born in Prince Rupert, right here in British Columbia) has been making paintings for nearly 50 years. While he began his career as an abstract painter, he is primarily known as a landscape painter. Although his references to the land were not always conscious, Tanabe believes [...]