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Damn, I didn't make the list. Neither did the music editor named Mike, the movies editor named Adrian, or the senior editor named Martin. But our second-floor production worker...
Singer Justin Bieber, unlike many Canadian marijuana smokers, is free to continue crossing the border into the United States. That's despite new charges being laid against him....
There was enormous sympathy for striking teachers at a B.C. Federation of Labour—sponsored picnic at Swangard Stadium. In a Labour Day interview with the Georgia Straight, B.C....
While parents of 560,000 students in strike-bound B.C. public schools will be grumbling on Tuesday, another set of parents will be celebrating. That's because more than 75,000 ...
There's one more opportunity on Monday (September 1) to check out the free Taiwanfest celebrations on Granville Street. In the 600 to 800 blocks, you can take in noodle and rice...
The B.C. Public School Employers' Association says that the B.C. Teachers' Federation's wage and benefit demands exceed those agreed to by other public-sector unions. In an August...
B.C. Teachers' Federation president Jim Iker has told reporters that Premier Christy Clark must get more involved in the teachers strike and employers lockout. Iker made the...
The Lower Mainland's four largest cities and the B.C. government celebrated the opening of Taiwanfest by declaring August 30, 2014, as Tzu Chi Day. It was in honour of the...
B.C. parents are undoubtedly disappointed by mediator Vince Ready walking away from the teachers strike. Ready said the employer and the B.C. Teachers' Federation were too far...
The meat is on the grill and large crowds are in the street in the 200 block of Carrall Street for the Gastown BBQ and Chili Festival. The event continues today until 7 p.m. and...

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