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  • Letters to The Province, April 19, 2018: Why aren’t union ...
    The new NDP provincial government cancelled the bridge to replace the George Massey Tunnel and is now fighting the Kinder Morgan pipeline project, yet where is the pushback from the unions? These projects would put a lot of trades and union people to work. It would appear that the NDP… ... more
    TheProvince7 hours ago
  • Scott Evans: Making a will is a key part of planning for you...
    A common misconception among Canadians is that they are too young or do not have enough assets to bother with a will. The bottom line is, if you have a partner, a child or own any assets, writing a will would likely benefit you. Surveys show that 66 per cent of… ... more
    TheProvince7 hours ago
  • Ben Kuzma: Roster a puzzle for Canucks — too many win...
    With youngsters playing like seasoned veterans in the Stanley Cup playoffs — especially David Pastrnak and Patrik Laine and rookies Pierre-Luc Dubois and Marcus Sorensen — the question begs in this market: Are the Vancouver Canucks inching closer to returning to the post-season by committing to bonafide NHL prospects, or… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports9 hours ago
  • Mike Smyth: Not all First Nations oppose Kinder Morgan pipel...
    On Thursday, a group of First Nations chiefs will gather in Kamloops to talk about the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion. But they won’t be discussing ways to stop it. They’ll be meeting to talk about ways to get it built. If you’re surprised by that, Chief Mike LeBourdais can relate.… ... more
    TheProvince9 hours ago
  • Mike Smyth: Not all First Nations oppose Kinder Morgan pipel...
    On Thursday, a group of First Nations chiefs will gather in Kamloops to talk about the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion. But they won’t be discussing ways to stop it. They’ll be meeting to talk about ways to get it built. If you’re surprised by that, Chief Mike LeBourdais can relate.… ... more
    TheProvince9 hours ago
  • Ben Kuzma: Roster a puzzle for Canucks — too many win...
    With youngsters playing like seasoned veterans in the Stanley Cup playoffs — especially David Pastrnak and Patrik Laine and rookies Pierre-Luc Dubois and Marcus Sorensen — the question begs in this market: Are the Vancouver Canucks inching closer to returning to the post-season by committing to bonafide NHL prospects, or… ... more
    TheProvince11 hours ago
  • Sporting knows struggling Whitecaps can kick it up a notch o...
    It’s one thing to know what your opponent is going to do. It’s another to stop it. That’s what Sporting Kansas City is facing this Friday when the Vancouver Whitecaps come a-calling to Children’s Mercy Park. They know all about the Caps, their style and their away-game lethality. They’ve also… ... more
    TheProvince12 hours ago
  • Sporting knows struggling Whitecaps can kick it up a notch o...
    It’s one thing to know what your opponent is going to do. It’s another to stop it. That’s what Sporting Kansas City is facing this Friday when the Vancouver Whitecaps come a-calling to Children’s Mercy Park. They know all about the Caps, their style and their away-game lethality. They’ve also… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports12 hours ago
  • Baertschi could be one of Canucks’ rebuilding blocks â€...
    Sven Baertschi is a good player who would have had a fine season if not for injuries. He was on pace for 22 goals and if you look down the Canucks’ roster, and past Brock Boeser, this kind of production remains critically important. It’s also what makes for some fascinating… ... more
    TheProvince12 hours ago
  • Baertschi could be one of Canucks’ rebuilding blocks â€...
    Sven Baertschi is a good player who would have had a fine season if not for injuries. He was on pace for 22 goals and if you look down the Canucks’ roster, and past Brock Boeser, this kind of production remains critically important. It’s also what makes for some fascinating… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports12 hours ago
  • TSN 1410 is ditching sports, rebranding as business radio
    TSN 1410, the second station in Bell Media’s Vancouver sports stable, is getting a new look. Beginning April 30, it will become BNN Bloomberg Radio, simulcasting BNN Bloomberg TV and also featuring “in-depth, live, long-form, specialty programming from Bloomberg’s radio service.” TSN 1410 has been airing network programming featuring big… ... more
    TheProvince -Local12 hours ago
  • Ed Willes: Dynamos of the desert, Sin City’s Knights have ...
    As a Day 1 executive with the Vegas Golden Knights, Murray Craven has enjoyed a front-row seat for one of the most extraordinary stories in NHL history. He was there for the uncertain early days of the startup operation. He was there for the key hirings in the team’s hockey… ... more
    TheProvince12 hours ago
  • Ed Willes: Dynamos of the desert, Sin City’s Knights have ...
    As a Day 1 executive with the Vegas Golden Knights, Murray Craven has enjoyed a front-row seat for one of the most extraordinary stories in NHL history. He was there for the uncertain early days of the startup operation. He was there for the key hirings in the team’s hockey… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports12 hours ago
  • TSN 1410 is ditching sports, rebranding as business radio
    TSN 1410, the second station in Bell Media’s Vancouver sports stable, is getting a new look. Beginning April 30, it will become BNN Bloomberg Radio, simulcasting BNN Bloomberg TV and also featuring “in-depth, live, long-form, specialty programming from Bloomberg’s radio service.” TSN 1410 has been airing network programming featuring big… ... more
    TheProvince13 hours ago
  • West Vancouver police say arrest warrant issued over alleged...
    An arrest warrant has been issued for a man accused of defrauding two Metro Vancouver men he met through the online dating app Grindr. West Vancouver police received separate reports from two men last October. Both victims say the man, who identified himself as Richard or ‘Quantum’ on the app, befriended… ... more
    TheProvince -Local14 hours ago
  • Celebrate B.C. Book Day with local writers and artists at th...
    April is the cruelest month, or so wrote T.S. Eliot. April is also a month to commemorate the arts. The rainiest month of the year is National Poetry Month, a good time to read some of your favourite poems and discover new poetry. And while your head is in the… ... more
    TheProvince15 hours ago
  • West Vancouver police say arrest warrant issued over alleged...
    A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a man accused of defrauding two Metro Vancouver men he met through the online dating app Grindr. West Vancouver police received separate reports from two men last October. Both victims say the man, who identified himself as Richard or ‘Quantum’ on the… ... more
    TheProvince16 hours ago
  • Wine Guy: Three shades of Pinot Noir Rosé
    It has begun. Pink wines of various stripes and shades are descending upon wine store shelves, soliciting a come hither, impulse purchase vibe thanks to fetching labels and hues. Yes, we are amid official rosé season (well truth be told, rosé season is stretching its shoulders considering it’s not yet… ... more
    TheProvince16 hours ago
  • European river cruises selling out
    It may sound strange as we enter spring, but now is the time to think about booking that fall or winter cruise getaway. Of course, this isn’t necessary for every ship or every destination, but with so many new ships coming out this year on the oceans and rivers of… ... more
    TheProvince16 hours ago
  • Cardinals make Maple Ridge slugger Tyler O’Neill a major l...
    B.C. has another major leaguer. The St. Louis Cardinals have put in a call to their Triple-A Memphis Redbirds affiliate and promoted slugging outfielder Tyler O’Neill, 22, a Maple Ridge native and former B.C. Premier League star with the Langley Blaze. Derrick Goold, a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,… ... more
    TheProvince16 hours ago
  • Cardinals make Maple Ridge slugger Tyler O’Neill a major l...
    B.C. has another major leaguer. The St. Louis Cardinals have put in a call to their Triple-A Memphis Redbirds affiliate and promoted slugging outfielder Tyler O’Neill, 22, a Maple Ridge native and former B.C. Premier League star with the Langley Blaze. Derrick Goold, a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports16 hours ago
  • Throwback: Student smoke-in pushed
    Since this week marks the 24th annual Vancouver 4/20 protest and farmer’s market, here’s a throwback to an April 21, 1993, story from The Province archives. It is one of the earliest stories we could find in our archives covering a marijuana rally in Vancouver. Student smoke-in pushed APRIL… ... more
    TheProvince16 hours ago
  • Throwback: Student smoke-in pushed
    Since this week marks the 24th annual Vancouver 4/20 protest and farmer’s market, here’s a throwback to an April 21, 1993, story from The Province archives. It is one of the earliest stories we could find in our archives covering a marijuana rally in Vancouver. Student smoke-in pushed APRIL… ... more
    TheProvince -Local16 hours ago
  • West Vancouver police say arrest warrant issued over alleged...
    A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a man accused of defrauding two Metro Vancouver men he met through the online dating app Grindr. West Vancouver police received separate reports from two men last October. Both victims say the man, who identified himself as Richard or ‘Quantum’ on the… ... more
    TheProvince18 hours ago
  • The Morning Skate, April 18: Jim Benning’s roster dilemma
    I still can’t quite believe the Golden Knights. Like, I thought they’d be actually decent. Maybe challenge for a playoff spot. Not “roar into the second round” good. Enjoy Vegas. It’s a remarkable time. Let’s get skating. The Home Team — Kuze lays it out pretty simply: the GM has… ... more
    TheProvince22 hours ago
  • The Morning Skate, April 18: Jim Benning’s roster dilemma
    I still can’t quite believe the Golden Knights. Like, I thought they’d be actually decent. Maybe challenge for a playoff spot. Not “roar into the second round” good. Enjoy Vegas. It’s a remarkable time. Let’s get skating. The Home Team — Kuze lays it out pretty simply: the GM has… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports22 hours ago
  • Global rugby players association calls on World Rugby to tak...
    The head of a global rugby players association is calling for greater transparency and leadership from World Rugby in how the game’s elite competitions are managed. In the wake of last month’s controversial finish to the Rugby Europe Championship, one which has led to direct Rugby World Cup qualification for… ... more
    TheProvince1 day ago
  • Global rugby players association calls on World Rugby to tak...
    The head of a global rugby players association is calling for greater transparency and leadership from World Rugby in how the game’s elite competitions are managed. In the wake of last month’s controversial finish to the Rugby Europe Championship, one which has led to direct Rugby World Cup qualification for… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports1 day ago
  • Quintet of Spanish players handed bans by Rugby Europe
    Five Spaniards have been handed lengthy bans for their behaviour towards the referee after their controversial loss to Belgium in the finale of the Rugby Europe Championship earlier this year. The rugby body’s judiciary has come down hardest on brothers Sébastien and Guillaume Rouet, who have been banned for 43 and… ... more
    TheProvince1 day ago
  • Quintet of Spanish players handed bans by Rugby Europe
    Five Spaniards have been handed lengthy bans for their behaviour towards the referee after their controversial loss to Belgium in the finale of the Rugby Europe Championship earlier this year. The rugby body’s judiciary has come down hardest on brothers Sébastien and Guillaume Rouet, who have been banned for 43 and… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports1 day ago
  • Letters to The Province, April 18, 2018: Horgan, Trudeau onl...
    No matter what you think of the pipeline, take a critical look at how our leaders are behaving. It is obvious Premier John Horgan and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are entirely concerned about staying in power. Horgan is appeasing the Green party and Trudeau now appears willing to spend a… ... more
    TheProvince1 day ago
  • RCMP looking for B.C. man wanted for forcible confinement
    The RCMP are on the lookout for a man accused of forcible confinement and stealing his victim’s car, among other charges. Police allege that Lane Steven Peepchuk was holding someone against their will in his home in the northwestern B.C. community of Hazelton. When police arrived at the home Monday… ... more
    TheProvince1 day ago
  • RCMP looking for B.C. man wanted for forcible confinement
    The RCMP are on the lookout for a man accused of forcible confinement and stealing his victim’s car, among other charges. Police allege that Lane Steven Peepchuk was holding someone against their will in his home in the northwestern B.C. community of Hazelton. When police arrived at the home Monday… ... more
    TheProvince -Local1 day ago
  • Scoring, entertainment missing without Kamara to ignite Caps...
    The Vancouver Whitecaps have lost the focal point of their attack. Kei Kamara is dealing with a groin problem and will be on the shelf for a few weeks, the Major League Soccer squad confirmed Monday. Kamara has been a vibrant force on attack, an exception to what has been… ... more
    TheProvince1 day ago
  • Scoring, entertainment missing without Kamara to ignite Caps...
    The Vancouver Whitecaps have lost the focal point of their attack. Kei Kamara is dealing with a groin problem and will be on the shelf for a few weeks, the Major League Soccer squad confirmed Monday. Kamara has been a vibrant force on attack, an exception to what has been… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports1 day ago
  • Whitecaps’ scoring drought a desert they’ve crossed befo...
    “Men lie, women lie, numbers don’t. Ain’t nothing changed … except the year it is.â€� — Jay-Z The Whitecaps have been here before, stuck in a scoring slump where nothing seems to go right.  It’s been 200 minutes since Alphonso Davies’ one-timer trickled over the line in the March 4 season-opener against… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports1 day ago
  • Richmond RCMP catch their ‘white whale’ with recent arre...
    A Richmond man who occupied the No. 1 spot on the Richmond RCMP’s most-wanted list for more than a year is facing 28 criminal charges and three motor vehicles charges after police finally slapped the cuffs on him during an April 12 arrest in Surrey. Mitchell William Coubrough. Mitchell William… ... more
    TheProvince -Local1 day ago
  • Richmond RCMP catch their ‘white whale’ with recent arre...
    A Richmond man who occupied the No. 1 spot on the Richmond RCMP’s most-wanted list for more than a year is facing 28 criminal charges and three motor vehicles charges after police finally slapped the cuffs on him during an April 12 arrest in Surrey. Mitchell William Coubrough. Mitchell William… ... more
    TheProvince1 day ago
  • Whitecaps’ scoring drought a desert they’ve crossed befo...
    “Men lie, women lie, numbers don’t. Ain’t nothing changed … except the year it is.â€� — Jay-Z The Whitecaps have been here before, stuck in a scoring slump where nothing seems to go right.  It’s been 200 minutes since Alphonso Davies’ one-timer trickled over the line in the March 4 season-opener against… ... more
    TheProvince1 day ago
  • Ben Kuzma: Baertschi, Granlund thrown lifeline to shore up t...
    Sven Baertschi and Markus Granlund have hit a fork in the career road. Fortunately for the restricted free-agent Vancouver Canucks, who endured under-performing and injury-plagued seasons, they are facing a yield sign instead of a stop sign. General manager Jim Benning is willing to give forwards Baertschi and Granlund another… ... more
    TheProvince1 day ago
  • Ben Kuzma: Baertschi, Granlund thrown lifeline to shore up t...
    Sven Baertschi and Markus Granlund have hit a fork in the career road. Fortunately for the restricted free-agent Vancouver Canucks, who endured under-performing and injury-plagued seasons, they are facing a yield sign instead of a stop sign. General manager Jim Benning is willing to give forwards Baertschi and Granlund another… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports1 day ago
  • Maple Ridge’s Tyler O’Neill inches closer to big-league ...
    The way things are going, opposing Triple-A pitchers might be publicly pulling for Tyler O’Neill’s big-league debut soon. As of this morning, the 23-year-old O’Neill, an outfielder from Maple Ridge, is leading the Pacific Coast League in home runs (6), runs batted in (18) and is sitting fifth in batting… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports2 days ago
  • Maple Ridge’s Tyler O’Neill inches closer to big-league ...
    The way things are going, opposing Triple-A pitchers might be publicly pulling for Tyler O’Neill’s big-league debut soon. As of this morning, the 23-year-old O’Neill, an outfielder from Maple Ridge, is leading the Pacific Coast League in home runs (6), runs batted in (18) and is sitting fifth in batting… ... more
    TheProvince2 days ago
  • The Royal Way in the UK
    An invitation by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle isn’t required to enjoy Windsor Castle where their wedding takes place or Kensington Palace where they announced their engagement. From palaces to pubs, the following spots in Edinburgh and London are royal hangouts, some going back centuries. And once the hoop-la is… ... more
    TheProvince2 days ago
  • The Morning Skate, April 17: A Spezza deal at a discount? Ba...
    Sure, we’re all getting a little testy over this soggy spring weather. But count your blessings. The Blue Jays and most of the other northeastern teams in baseball are seeing ice storms and other monstrosities wreak havoc on their spring schedules. A scenic stroll along Toronto’s boardwalk on Sunday. We’ll… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports2 days ago
  • The Morning Skate, April 17: A Spezza deal at a discount? Ba...
    Sure, we’re all getting a little testy over this soggy spring weather. But count your blessings. The Blue Jays and most of the other northeastern teams in baseball are seeing ice storms and other monstrosities wreak havoc on their spring schedules. A scenic stroll along Toronto’s boardwalk on Sunday. We’ll… ... more
    TheProvince2 days ago
  • David Johnston: Charities need more donations to help build ...
    The generosity of Canadians is unquestionable. According to tax-filer data, Canadians annually give more than $14 billion to charities. But our strong culture of giving, so essential to our quality of life, is increasingly at risk. The Rideau Hall Foundation (RHF), in partnership with Imagine Canada, has just released a… ... more
    TheProvince2 days ago
  • Letters to The Province, April 17, 2018: Refining bitumen wo...
    Shipping oil would meet less resistance on the West Coast if it was refined in Alberta first. Not enough is known about cleaning up a bitumen spill in the ocean or its long-term impacts. If the Alberta and Canadian economies are what’s truly paramount, we would insist that the oil… ... more
    TheProvince2 days ago
  • Friends rally around disabled New Westminster Hyacks coach R...
    The “gentle giant” of the Hyacks Football program has given a big part of his life to the community as a youth football coach and a leader. Now, Ryan Leslie is recovering in a Seattle hospital with lower- and upper-body paralysis after an operation to relieve an infection next to his spine… ... more
    TheProvince2 days ago
  • Friends rally around disabled New Westminster Hyacks coach R...
    The “gentle giant” of the Hyacks Football program has given a big part of his life to the community as a youth football coach and a leader. Now, Ryan Leslie is recovering in a Seattle hospital with lower- and upper-body paralysis after an operation to relieve an infection next to his spine… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports2 days ago
  • Friends rally around disabled New Westminster Hyacks coach R...
    The “gentle giant” of the Hyacks Football program has given a big part of his life to the community as a youth football coach and a leader. Now, Ryan Leslie is recovering in a Seattle hospital with lower- and upper-body paralysis after an operation to relieve an infection next to his spine… ... more
    TheProvince -Local2 days ago
  • Ben Kuzma: Short-term veteran centre could help Canucks’ p...
    Short-term insurance on long-term investments. That’s what the Canucks could consider purchasing to solve their riddle in the middle. In replacing the retired Henrik Sedin they need to examine whether a motivated veteran on an expiring 2018-19 contract can buy development time for projected centre Elias Pettersson, who will probably… ... more
    TheProvince2 days ago
  • Ben Kuzma: Short-term veteran centre could help Canucks’ p...
    Short-term insurance on long-term investments. That’s what the Canucks could consider purchasing to solve their riddle in the middle. In replacing the retired Henrik Sedin they need to examine whether a motivated veteran on an expiring 2018-19 contract can buy development time for projected centre Elias Pettersson, who will probably… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports2 days ago
  • Letters to The Province, April 16, 2018: Premier Horgan shou...
    I have been a citizen of B.C. all my life and I want Premier John Horgan to know that he doesn’t speak for me in trying to block the pipeline. Horgan acts like he won the majority of votes in the last provincial election when we all know he… ... more
    TheProvince3 days ago
  • Robin Markowitz: Ottawa needs to speed up patient access to ...
    Strides in cancer research have increased survival rates and provided a better quality of life for patients. But getting the best treatment as soon as possible remains a matter of life and death for many Canadians. Patients and families in B.C. live with the hope that a new, effective treatment… ... more
    TheProvince3 days ago
  • The Morning Skate, April 16: Playoff passes and Sedin succes...
    We’re now, what, three games into the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and we’ve already been reminded what a wonderful spectacle hockey’s eliminations are. There’s the lights-out offence in Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia. There’s the intensity of the Jets/Wild series. There’s the awful choice for Canucks fans in the Leafs and Bruins. There’s… ... more
    TheProvince3 days ago
  • The Morning Skate, April 16: Playoff passes and Sedin succes...
    We’re now, what, three games into the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and we’ve already been reminded what a wonderful spectacle hockey’s eliminations are. There’s the lights-out offence in Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia. There’s the intensity of the Jets/Wild series. There’s the awful choice for Canucks fans in the Leafs and Bruins. There’s… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports3 days ago
  • Willes’ Musings: Prospect-packed Comets ready to light up ...
    We’ve got the NHL playoffs, NBA playoffs, the start of MLB’s season and the NFL draft is just around the corner. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, here are the Monday morning musings and meditations • The Utica Comets wrapped up their regular season on Sunday and it… ... more
    TheProvince3 days ago
  • Willes’ Musings: Prospect-packed Comets ready to light up ...
    We’ve got the NHL playoffs, NBA playoffs, the start of MLB’s season and the NFL draft is just around the corner. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, here are the Monday morning musings and meditations • The Utica Comets wrapped up their regular season on Sunday and it… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports3 days ago
  • The hidden dangers of using a line of credit to consolidate ...
    Q: I have two credit cards with outstanding balances of approximately $5,000 and $8,000. I also owe about $15,000 on my car loan. I know it’s crazy to be carrying a balance on your credit cards which is why I spoke with a loans officer at my credit union where… ... more
    TheProvince3 days ago
  • Canucks prospects tracker: Week of April 16
    It’s the latest edition of the weekly tracker, where we tally up the efforts of the Canucks’ highest-profile prospects: Olli Juolevi His TPS team was just swept out of the SM-Liiga semi-finals, but Juolevi was one of the lone bright spots for the squad. Juolevi had his strongest game of… ... more
    TheProvince3 days ago
  • Canucks prospects tracker: Week of April 16
    It’s the latest edition of the weekly tracker, where we tally up the efforts of the Canucks’ highest-profile prospects: Olli Juolevi His TPS team was just swept out of the SM-Liiga semi-finals, but Juolevi was one of the lone bright spots for the squad. Juolevi had his strongest game of… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports3 days ago
  • Photos: B.C. high school boys basketball all-star Saturday
    Participants compete in the slam dunk competition at the BC High School Boys Basketball Association All-Star Saturday 2018 at RC Palmer Secondary in Richmond. Buckley Valley Christian’s Saymon Loki competes in the slam dunk competition at the BC High School Boys Basketball Association All-Star Saturday 2018 at RC Palmer Secondary,… ... more
    TheProvince4 days ago
  • Photos: B.C. high school boys basketball all-star Saturday
    Participants compete in the slam dunk competition at the BC High School Boys Basketball Association All-Star Saturday 2018 at RC Palmer Secondary in Richmond. Buckley Valley Christian’s Saymon Loki competes in the slam dunk competition at the BC High School Boys Basketball Association All-Star Saturday 2018 at RC Palmer Secondary,… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports4 days ago
  • Paul Thomas: Apology laws help patients and doctors work thr...
    My introduction to the complex and emotional world of adverse events in healthcare occurred in 2001 when I chaired a committee to review an inquest report into the tragic deaths of 12 infants in a pediatric surgery program in Manitoba. Justice Murray Sinclair, who conducted the inquest, had concluded that… ... more
    TheProvince4 days ago
  • Boeser’s rapid rise featured defining, magical moments
    Brock Boeser’s season started with two healthy scratches (never forget) and ended with a back injury that was frightening for a moment. In the middle, there were goals. So many goals. Twenty-nine of them in just 62 games. And they completely changed the way we view him. It felt like… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports4 days ago
  • Jason Botchford: Boeser’s rapid rise featured defining, ma...
    Brock Boeser’s season started with two healthy scratches (never forget) and ended with a back injury that was frightening for a moment. In the middle, there were goals. So many goals. Twenty-nine of them in just 62 games. And they completely changed the way we view him. It felt like… ... more
    TheProvince4 days ago
  • Fred Lee’s Social Network: Audain gallery gala shines, Loo...
    Audain gala shines Gala chairs Sue Adams and Jacquie Prokopanko and a team of 22 committee members welcomed an impressive crowd to Illuminate, the Michael Audain Art Museum’s signature soirée. An opportunity to shine a spotlight on the impressive Whistler gallery, its supporters and B.C. artists, more than 350 patrons… ... more
    TheProvince5 days ago
  • Time on Whitecaps’ side, public opinion isn’t after anot...
    Vancouver Whitecaps fans learned two big things, Friday night. The first is that Kei Kamara is going to spend some extended time in rehab. The second is that Carl Robinson has no time for bloggers bloviating on his job security. “I don’t listen to podcasts. I’m the manager of this… ... more
    TheProvince5 days ago
  • Time on Whitecaps’ side, public opinion isn’t after anot...
    Vancouver Whitecaps fans learned two big things, Friday night. The first is that Kei Kamara is going to spend some extended time in rehab. The second is that Carl Robinson has no time for bloggers bloviating on his job security. “I don’t listen to podcasts. I’m the manager of this… ... more
    TheProvince -Sports5 days ago
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