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Who do you say I am?” This is perhaps the most pointed question Jesus of Nazareth is said to have asked his disciples. Teacher or saviour, man or deity? In the 2,000 years since,...
The Vancouver Canucks have avoided repeating last year’s Roberto Luongo soap opera by efficiently shipping out disgruntled centre Ryan Kesler to the Anaheim Ducks, in the first of...
With an appealing lack of flash and an aura of all-round regular-dudeness, Jim Benning held his first meeting with local media as general manager of the Vancouver Canucks, today...
The winners of this year’s B.C. Book Prizes were revealed last night (May 5) at a gala held at the Renaissance Vancouver Harbourside Hotel, hosted by author and comedian Charles...
Now that the entertainment industry lies in ruins, music has retreated to its old haunts—the bars, halls, and yard parties where players hypnotize the locals. So says Chris...
“The Mekons were best known as the band that took punk ideology most seriously.” What critic-general Greil Marcus was referring to when he wrote this in 1989, 12 years after the...
Trevor Linden has made his first official move as the Vancouver Canucks’ new president of hockey operations. It’s as big as it is unsurprising. Linden announced this morning that...
Today the Vancouver Canucks joined a trend in NHL management: hire the favourite son. The idea of an ex-player turning into a front-office suit is as old as Lester Patrick, but...
Here are just a few of the thought-provoking titles helping to mark the slow annual transition from fireside reading to waterside reading. NONFICTION Living With a Wild God: A...
As happens like clockwork in Olympic tournaments, the nerves are setting in for supporters of the Canadian men’s hockey team, as its Friday morning showdown with Team USA ticks...

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