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Queer Arts Festival continues until August 7!

Queer Arts Festival is alive and happening from now until August 7! Events include Trigger: Drawing the Line in 2015 art exhibition, Salon des Refusés, PROX:IMITY RE:MIX & Night, & more! Visit www.queerartsfestival.com for more information.

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Walking With Our Sisters K’ómoks – Special Broadcast July 30th, 4-6pm

On Thursday July 30th, Gunargie O’Sullivan will host a two-hour live broadcast from the K’ómoks band hall on Vancouver Island from 4 to 6 pm Pacific Time. Featuring music, live interviews with local and national organizers, volunteers, and those who work with youth to keep women safe, and support the families of missing and murdered women. […]

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Vancouver’s annual Queer Arts Festival has begun!

From July 23-August 7 Pride in Art presents a variety of transdisciplinary art forms and expressions. From art exhibitions to discussions to dance performances to literary art, Queer Arts Festival provides a diverse Visit the Queer Arts Festival website for more information on events.

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All Nations Festival in Kwikwetlem/Coquitlam begins today!

This weekend is All Nations Festival from July 23 – July 25 in Kwikwetlem/Coquitlam. This is it’s first year showcasing Indigenous talent including art, music, food, sports, and ideas. Come celebrate the Coast Salish Territory with performers George Leach, The Funk Hunters, Inez, Ostwelve, & more! Ideas include poet Lee Maracle, and including speaking groups […]

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Access Day Live Video Stream at 5 p.m. Today!

On May 21, CiTR adds to the experience of radio.  From 12-6 p.m. join us for CiTR’s very first Access Day and our very first live video stream which takes place during the last hour of this special broadcast.  Watch CiTR at 5-6 p.m. right from our website courtesy of the Extraenvironmentalist, a weekly radio program […]

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Métis in Space

Join us for a special live taping of the podcast Métis in Space from the UBC Longhouse, on unceded Musqueam Territory. Métis in Space:  What happens when two Metis women, who happen to be sci-fi nerds, drink wine and deconstruct the science fiction genre from a decolonial lens? Molly Swain & Chelsea Vowel break down […]

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PROUD @ Firehall Arts Centre From April 7th to 25th

Firehall Arts Centre will host the fourth production of Michael Healey’s comic political satire, Proud this Sunday on April 5th. The last installment by the award-winning playwright in his Canadian works trilogy, it’ll pique your interest if you’ve ever wondered if Canadian politics is sexy. With a prime minister styled after Stephen Harper, and a […]

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HEAVYMETALHELPS-zine

Where to find a good metal read? A fanzine started by one of our own DJ’s! Heavy Metal Helps is a small DIY fanzine started up by Serena Navarro. The first edition will be going to print at the beginning of April and will feature local heavy weights, Heron, as well as, Mortals, a black/sludge […]

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CiTR celebrates the French language

        CiTR participated in Rendez-vous de la Francophonie (RVF) 2015, an annual celebration of Canada’s membership in the Francophonie which promotes the French language and its numerous cultural expressions. It runs March 6-22 in communities across Canada. Aaron Joseph, one of the hosts of Crimes and Treasons (Tuesdays 9-11 p.m. on CiTR […]

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Silent Auction SuPrizes: TANTALIZING TICKETS AND PASSIONATE PASSES| FUNDRIVE FINALE at Pat’s Pub | March 6th

The Fundrive Finale is happening tomorrow night at Pat’s Pub! This year’s Silent Auction has loads of tickets for amazing local concerts, festivals, and cultural events. For concerts and music festivals, we’ve got Blueprint providing a pair of 5-day passes to Seasons Music Festival! In addition, the Vancouver Folk Music Festival is providing a pair […]

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