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There’s so much doom and gloom in the world: the climate crisis, the affordability crisis, the inequity crisis, all leading into the “oh god the world is doomed” mental health crisis. But maybe there’s a way to fix things.
No promises, but reading our lil’ free newspaper (which you can find in boxes later today) might just bring you a snippet of hope.
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Commentary: Good news for old-growth forests
Have your say on the West End waterfront plans
Well Read: What’s Waubgeshig Rice been reading?
Homes For The Holidays is Vancouver’s quintessential festive event! Immerse yourself in a holiday wonderland, and support youth mental health. Get tickets.*
Awe Inspiring Cave Documentary SUBTERRANEAN. Broadcast Premiere on Knowledge Network November 7. Free Streaming on Knowledge.ca across Canada. A heart stopping journey into the Caving subculture.*
SPONSORED BY OXIO
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Think internet access with no hidden fees. No random changes to your monthly billing. No activation costs and all equipment included. All bundled under one sustainable price. And, to keep things fair, oxio offers plans made for you that just stays the same as long as you stay with them.
Make having internet fun again without the need for annual bargaining or that sneaky fine print.
Zahak, The Serpent King brings a Persian myth to life
Blü Eyes sings through big feelings
SPONSORED BY CHUTZPAH! FESTIVAL
23rd Annual Chutzpah! Festival
The Lisa Nemetz Festival of International Jewish Performing Arts: November 2 - 23.
The Chutzpah! Festival returns with an exciting and dynamic lineup of performances, presenting music, theatre, comedy, dance and multimedia arts, connecting communities and celebrating the vibrancy of our stories. For over two decades the Chutzpah! Festival has been an eagerly anticipated and annual highlight of Greater Vancouver’s arts season.
Vikram Vij’s My Shanti closing after nearly 10 years
SPONSORED BY CO.ERASGA
The dynamic world premiere of Accumulation
Accumulation, running November 9 – 11, is a transcontinental project by Co.ERASGA Dance, in collaboration with participating artists from the USA, Canada and France. Body, dance, movement, sound, costumes, sculpture and visual objects were all components in the making of this unique and creative live performance event.
THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND
Take part in a cultural gathering dedicated to bringing together Indigenous and Western knowledge on climate justice. [$15+]
The play provides a compelling look at family dynamics, strife, tenderness, and love. [$29+]
Check out the experimental festival with shows running all weekend at venues across Vancouver. [$20+]
Luminous Hours opening reception at The Gallery George | November 3 | 6pm
Alissa Kim Tjen’s first solo exhibition in Vancouver curates her lyrical, colourful landscapes. [Free]
Check out dozens of artisanal products in this curated tasting event. [$85+]
Comedian, author, actor, and publisher Phoebe Robinson brings her Messy AF tour to Vancouver. [$34.50+]
Want to know what else is happening in Vancouver? Check out our Events Listings.
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