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He has run twice for Vancouver mayor, and he’s doing it again. Mike Hansen, a self-described blue-collar politician, offers a message of hope. “I’ve been poor, homeless, alcoholic...
Sean Antrim doesn’t want to be the executive director of Vancouver’s storied left-wing party anymore. It’s not that the youthful activist is leaving the Coalition of Progressive...
Parents with children in public schools have reason to be anxious. Although negotiators for striking B.C. teachers and the provincial government say that they’re talking, there’s...
New Westminster councillor  Lorrie Williams is somewhat torn. She’s supporting her council colleague Jonathan Cote, who wants to become the next mayor. But at the same time, she...
Don Campbell likes to say that he doesn’t sell real estate. “I’m just a researcher,” insists the author of several books on property investing. Campbell also likes to say that...
In what could be viewed as a partial victory for the Hells Angels, a judge has ordered the disclosure of more information in a government forfeiture action against the biker gang...
Like the Ford brothers in Toronto, the Chernen siblings of Vancouver want to take City Hall. Mayoral candidate Glen Chernen will have his older brother Nicholas running at his...
This year’s Korean Cultural Heritage Festival will have a modern feel. According to festival spokesperson Mike M. Suk, it’s going to be vibrant and cutting-edge, reflecting South...
It’s been almost three years since David Cadman’s illustrious career as a Vancouver councillor ended. A proven vote-getter, Cadman could have won a fourth term in 2011. However,...
For lovers of European sausages and ham, the corner of Gilmore Avenue and Halifax Street in Burnaby is a slice of heaven. Like its forerunner that started there in about 1967, the...

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