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Vancouver’s technology startups are making waves in the worlds of 3-D printing, e-books, ride sharing, social media, and more. Bianca Bartz told the Georgia Straight it’s exciting...
Non-Partisan Association mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe is pledging to find out just how much foreign investors are affecting housing prices in Vancouver. Today (October 14), the...
Halloween is sneaking up on us. Here are six scary things to “boo” this month around Vancouver.   1. Chinatown Haunted House When: October 21-31. Where: Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical...
If you read my article on Vancouver restaurants accepting Bitcoin, you might still be wondering why businesses would bother with the digital currency. After all, while over a...
Barring any withdrawals, the ballot for the 2014 Vancouver civic election looks set to be 119 names long. That's the number of candidates who filed nomination papers with the City...
The chair of the Vancouver park board has called the Coalition of Progressive Electors’ proposal of a permanent tent city “irresponsible”. “I don’t think that a permanent tent...
With the City of Vancouver attempting to evict campers from Oppenheimer Park, the Coalition of Progressive Electors is rallying behind the idea of establishing a permanent tent...
Vancouver entrepreneur Lisa Cheng goes out of her way to eat and shop at businesses that allow customers to pay with Bitcoin. “Because I’ve been living off of Bitcoin for about a...
When I think of Coquitlam, images of wild blueberry bushes, colourful fungi, and scenic ponds don't come to mind. But a hike last weekend in Pinecone Burke Provincial Park, just...
The Vancouver Police Department is issuing a public warning following a series of attacks against older Asian women. According to police, the attacks took place in the South...

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