News for Youse: Springsteen will join McCartney, Robson will likely reopen, and Larry Hagman dies
Springsteen and McCartney CKNW Radio has quoted Red Robinson in a news story suggesting that Bruce Springsteen will appear on stage with Paul McCartney at tomorrow night's concert at B.C. Place.
Psychiatric patient returns Charles Albert Hansen, 60, has gone back to the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital in Port Coquitlam following the issuance of a Canada-wide warrant for his arrest. For more details, go here.
Robson Street may reopen City officials have recommended that council vote to restore traffic to the 800 block of Robson Street for the winter.
Government funds skills training The B.C. government announced at the 30th annual export awards that it will spend $429,935 on training 125 people. For a full list of winners, go heree.
Fleming speaks about Enbridge After attending the Joint Review Panel hearings on the proposed Northern Gateway Project, NDP environment critic Rob Fleming has claimed that the B.C. Liberal government has no plan to stop the Enbridge pipeline.
Egyptian president under fire The judiciary in Egypt has suspended operations after President Mohamed Morsi announced that his government's decrees cannot be overturned until there's a new constitution.
Arafat's body to be exhumed Experts plan to retrieve former Palestinian Liberation Authority leader Yasser Arafat's body from his tomb in Ramallah on Tuesday (November 27) to determine if his 2004 death in Paris was caused by radioactive polonium-210 poisoning. See more details here.
Larry Hagman dies Actor Larry Hagman, who played J.R. Ewing on Dallas and costarred on I Dream of Jeannie, has died in hospital at the age of 81 after suffering cancer.