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We've found the perfect protest anthem for community gardeners in the Arbutus corridor seeking to keep their kale out of the clutches of Canadian Pacific Railway. The lyrics to "...
For 43 years, the Jewish Museum and Archives of B.C. has preserved and shared the history of the Jewish community in the province. Now the museum hopes to post more of this...
The organizers of the Hacked: Festival had planned to celebrate "disruptive innovation" at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre from August 11 to 14. But they've "...
Langley resident Stan Nicol remembers Julie Paskall as a kind person who “would do anything for you” and loved roller-skating. The film-industry driver knew Paskall, who died in...
A new report makes the case that “sweeping legislative measures” are unnecessary when it comes to the regulation of Bitcoin in Canada. Prepared by lawyers Jillian Friedman and...
Perhaps the Canada Line was feeling left out. After the Expo and Millennium lines experienced two major shutdowns in one week, the Canada Line had its own outage this morning (...
Residents are sounding the alarm on the B.C. government’s plans to earmark 25 percent of Gambier Island for logging. Peter Snell, a director of the Gambier Island Conservancy,...
A union representing TransLink workers is taking issue with the regional transportation authority throwing one of its members under the bus, er, SkyTrain in connection with Monday...
TransLink says "human error" was the cause of Monday's (July 21) shutdown of the Millennium and Expo lines, which lasted for hours and led stranded passengers to walk along the...
According to Vancouver Rape Relief and Women's Shelter, women are "bombarded with warnings to modify their behaviour" in order to avoid rape. For instance, women are advised to...

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