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Dana Gee

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Recent articles by Dana:

Variety and Whistler Film Festival announce 10 Canadians to Watch list

Kelly McCormack and mother and son team of Jules Koostachin and Asivak Koostachin get the nod → Read More

Jason Priestley wanted to get to the bottom of the mercurial hockey boss Harold Ballard

Maple Leafs' larger-than-life owner was a walking contradiction that constantly got in the way of the team's success. → Read More

Vancouver native's poetry collection tops this year's CBC Poetry Prize

Bren Simmers' Spell World Backwards crowned champ out of 2200 entries → Read More

A good book and nice drink are paired up for unique gift-giving opportunities this festive season

An interesting evening out at a Granville Island bookshop could help you add a bespoke touch to your Christmas shopping or just treat yourself before the season hits full swing. → Read More

Beautiful books are important historical records of Northwest Coastal art

The Transforming Image is a museum in your hands and Glory and Exile celebrates Jut-ke-Nay Hazel Wilson's telling of Haida history. → Read More

Robert Davidson's graphic work celebrated with new VAG show and stunning book

Robert Davidson’s first solo show at the Vancouver Art Gallery in 1993 was a major career retrospective that set a large and varied table with over 200 carvings, bronze sculptures, jewelry, painted deer-hide drums, prints and paintings. → Read More

Power dynamics at the centre of Railtown Lab's latest theatrical production

Venus in Fur looks at an audition situation with a cis male and a young actress and what happens in those power dynamics. → Read More

Seven B.C. artists named to finalist list for The Phillip B. Lind Emerging Artist Prize

The Polygon Gallery will show works from honoured film, photography and video artists Dec. 10-Jan. 29 → Read More

Rebus faces big consequences for taking law into his own hands in latest Rankin crime thriller

Best-selling author Ian Rankin returns to his legendary Det. John Rebus in the new crime thriller A Heart Full of Headstones. → Read More

Jeremy Hotz's standup tour finally lands in B.C. after COVID sidelined last winter's dates

It’s taken a long time but finally comedian Jeremy Hotz is finally able to bring his Marquis de Sad tour to B.C. → Read More

Jessi Cruickshank set to bookend comedy tour with final hometown show

Cruickshank will be back here in her hometown on Nov. 6 at the Hollywood Theatre for the final stop of her tour. → Read More

Pamela Anderson exposes her Ladysmith property's revamp in new TV show

Vancouver Island property stars alongside Anderson in the new HGTV Canada home renovation show, Pamela’s Garden of Eden. → Read More

Vancouver Island wildlife are dazzling star attractions in new three-part Netflix series

New Netflix documentary Island of the Sea Wolves is a great reminder how great it is here on the West Coast of Canada. → Read More

Where the Power Is: Indigenous Perspectives on Northwest Coast Art lands Vancouver Book Award

Authors Karen Duffek, Bill McLennan and Jordan Wilson top the list of five finalists to win Vancouver Book Award. → Read More

Alert Bay Chief Robert Joseph's memoir makes Indigo's Best Book of the Year list

Joseph’s We Are All One: A Pathway to Reconciliation has earned the No. 2 spot on Indigo’s Best Books of the Year list. → Read More

Alert Bay Chief Robert Joseph's memoir makes Indigo's Best Book of the Year list

Joseph’s We Are All One: A Pathway to Reconciliation has earned the No. 2 spot on Indigo’s Best Books of the Year list. → Read More

Vancouver writer mixes fact and fiction to create a compelling elegy

Holden After & Before is a stunning and moving elegy to a son who died from a toxic mix of alcohol and heroin in 2015 at the age 21. → Read More

Iceland's First Lady joins Vancouver Writers Festival for trio of events

Iceland’s First Lady Eliza Reid will be talking about her book Secrets Of The Sprakkar. → Read More

Vancouver Writers Festival welcomes true multi-hyphenate Ali Hassan

Close to 120 authors set to talk it up at 35th annual literary event on at Granville Island. → Read More

Great read on the Vancouver Writers Festival with these recommendations

With 80 events to pick from, the 35th annual Vancouver Writers Festival is awash in conversation-starting presentations. → Read More