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Learning GitHub (or, if I can do it, you can too!)

Resident: Andrew Weaver, CUNY TV

As the CUNY TV Archives makes heavy use of GitHub for their workflows, in my residency I have had the opportunity to learn about more efficient ways to use this tool. 616 more words

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Elizabeth May fires three of her shadow cabinet after they publicly slammed B.C. Green leader

OTTAWA — Federal Green Party leader Elizabeth May fired three members of her shadow cabinet today following their harsh criticism of B.C. Green leader Andrew Weaver. 719 more words


Will the B.C. Green Party change its name after the next provincial election?

Recent comments from B.C. Green Party leader Andrew Weaver suggest the party may change its name to fully separate itself from its federal counterpart.

“There is a movement within our party to change our name after the next B.C. 62 more words


'I had no doubt he wanted to hurt me': Christy Clark breaks her silence on being assaulted

For 37 years, Christy Clark didn’t tell anybody about the time a man pulled her into the bushes when she was walking to work.

But it never left her mind. 916 more words


Episode 40 - Costumes Primer with Carolynn Hayman and Conrad the Unicorn

Nothing grabs your attention like a balloon, and nothing demands it like a balloon costume. Costumes are exploding as a format for taking your art to a new place, but so far, few resources are available to guide in the process. 62 more words

Baldrey: can Andrew Weaver have a Gordon Wilson moment?

Green Party leader Andrew Weaver wants history to repeat itself.

More specifically, next spring he wants to see a replay of the 1991 election campaign where the then-third party shot to prominence and finished second, chiefly because of the performance of its party leader in the televised leaders’ debate during the campaign. 643 more words


With BC election one year away, Liberals focus on economy while NDP talk affordability

Three years ago this month, Christy Clark led the BC Liberals to an unexpected victory in the provincial election.

She campaigned almost entirely on the economy, wearing her trademark hard hat around the province. 348 more words