'Home is a person, not a place'

A new vision for foster care develops using youth-led photography and conversation.
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Celebrating the weird, elevating the mundane

Vancouver's PuSH festival has been pushing the performing arts envelope for 15 years.
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Megaphone receives a $25,000 Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund grant 

Press Release: Megaphone receives a $25,000 Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund grant  VANCOUVER, BC, January 23, 2019 – Megaphone is pleased to announce it has received a $25,000 grant from the Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund to develop the Megaphone and Hope and Shadows vendor program, promoting mental health through access...
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The Moss Lady

Each month, Megaphone features an image chosen as a Top 30 finalist in our annual Hope in Shadows photo contest.The winning 13 photos are published in the 2019 Hope in Shadows calendar, on sale now in Vancouver and Victoria.
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Drug users launch speakers bureau targeting organizations, businesses, and educators

Press Release: Drug users launch speakers bureau targeting organizations, businesses, and educators Tuesday, January 15, 2019 (Vancouver, BC) - A team of current and former drug users have joined forces with Megaphone Magazine to form a Speakers Bureau aimed at improving understandings and responses to addiction and overdose in the Lower...
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#CouncilSoWhite

Director's Corner: The persistent whiteness of power was reflected on election day in Vancouver
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Dear Pen Pals...

Do you have a question about drug use, addiction, mental health, relationships, sexuality, or other life issues? We've got you covered.
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Where have all the flowers gone?

In his book Poppy, author Jay Black explores the links between war, prohibition and the opioid crisis in B.C.
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Sovereign sexuality

Indigenous burlesque group Virago Nation uses explicit demonstrations of free will to dismantle colonial stereotypes and reclaim female eroticism.
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Heading to the East

Each month, Megaphone features an image chosen as a Top 30 finalist in our annual Hope in Shadows photo contest.The winning 13 photos are published in the 2019 Hope in Shadows calendar, on sale now in Vancouver and Victoria.
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Bringing connections into sharper focus

For winning photographer Buffie Irvine, the Hope in Shadows project becaime more than a photo contest.
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Dear Pen Pals...

Do you have a question about drug use, addiction, mental health, relationships, sexuality, or other life issues? We've got you covered.
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Help shine a light in darkness

When you support Megaphone, you're giving the gift of hope to someone living in poverty.
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The Human Race

Each month, Megaphone features an image chosen as a Top 30 finalist in our annual Hope in Shadows photo contest.The winning 13 photos are published in the 2019 Hope in Shadows calendar, on sale now in Vancouver and Victoria.
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The courageous woman

Megaphone vendor, musician and writer Bernie Bouzane shares one of his poems.
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Feeling the burn

The Frontline Fight Club is using boxing to battle drug crisis trauma.
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Dear Pen Pals...

Do you have a question about drug use, addiction, mental health, relationships, sexuality, or other life issues? We've got you covered.
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Behind every mental illness is a person—and a story

Documentary series focuses on the lives of those admitted to the HOpe Centre for psychiatry and education in North Vancouver.
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The future looks bright in Victoria

Fred Willingdon takes care to offer acknowledgement to those who are often "invisible" in society.
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Hope and healing in the Heart of the City

"It reminded me of who I was" — How a Downtown Eastside arts-and-cultural festival brought a blues queen back to life.
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