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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...
Putting attendants onboard the SkyTrain would cost a lot of money, says a transit executive. “Fares would likely increase substantially to cover that kind of cost for extra staff...
Some candidates in the November 15 municipal elections should expect a request for an interview with labour representatives. If they’re running in Vancouver, Electoral Area A,...
SkyTrain disruptions like the July 17 and 21 outages have happened in the past. Indeed, a report addressed this issue 21 years ago. That’s why Ron Stromberg, who was the one who...
Something’s happening in Vancouver’s traditional LGBT neighbourhood. “I’m noticing more gay couples are moving out of the West End,” realtor and same-sex wedding planner Darryl...
A mother’s love beats at the heart of the international support organization PFLAG, started in 1972 when Jeanne Manford marched with her son Morty in one of New York City’s...
As someone who disapproves of municipal political parties and who prefers wards over at-large voting, Jak King would love to see 10 independents on Vancouver council. Since that...

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