Videos by dan-froidevaux
What do mechanical spiders, crazy artists and Gregor Robertson have in common? The future of Vancouver.\r\n
A festival of sights, sounds and assorted electronic transmissons \r\n
I caught up with Coun. Ladner at a community function to talk about the upcoming NPA nomination and why he thinks it's time for a change.
I caught up with Parks Commisioner Al DeGenova at his campaign headquarters to talk about why he thinks Mayor Sam's time in office has come to a close, and why politics is a little like picking a restaurant.
MLA Gregor Robertson takes the nomination of the Vision Vancouver Party, pitting him against fellow commuter cyclist Coun. Peter Ladner...Let the race begin.
Few people prior to yesterday's nomination meeting thought Coun. Peter Ladner had a chance at unseating Mayor Sam Sullivan...we were all wrong. This morning the new leader of the NPA told us a bit about how he won the election and how he will bring unity back to a party that's been through a difficult and divisive leadership campaign.
While covering the NPA Nomination contest I turned my camera on the protest going on outside the hotel.\r\nSoon after, I was banned from the hotel on threat of arrest if I tried to get back inside.
With only 48 hours to go until the announcement of VIsion's official Mayoral candidate, I caught up with Councillor Raymond Louie, to talk about why he believes he's the best man for the job.
The creators of the Cheaper Show are sure your dollars are better spent on art than drugs. Find out why almost 3000 people agreed. They braved 3 hour line ups to buy cheap art and to check out some of Vancouver's most talented emerging artists and also some of our city's best known names.
I've been following the Hope in Shadows Project for more than a month now, and I've been truly touched by the stories that have been shared with me. This video is a glimpse at some of the hope I've found amidst the hurt in the Downtown Eastside
Embarking late last night with dim hopes of getting into my favourite band's first show in Vancouver in five years, I overcame my own doubts, the weather and the scorn of scalpers to get soaked in the rain watching and listening Radiohead Live!
The Federal Election is almost upon us and already one of the key political debates of our time is being pushed to the sidelines. We sat down with local candidates HEDY FRY (LIB), LIBBY DAVIES (NDP), ADRIENE CARR (GRN), and LORNE MAYENCOURT (CON) to discuss climate change and how Canada can really reduce its impact.\r\n