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  • Arts Club Theatre Company rocks the Jessies with seven award...
    The Arts Club Theatre Company dominated the large theatre category with seven awards when the 36th annual Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards were handed out tonight at the BMO Mainstage tent in Vanier Park. Over 35 local companies registered over 57 productions from the previous year’s season for possible awards. The Jessies… ... more
    Vancouversun -10Ment4 hours ago
  • Applications available for Vancouverites looking to run for ...
    Those who are considering becoming an official candidate in Vancouver’s 2018 municipal election can now pick up their nomination packages. If you think running for office is the life for you, here’s what you’ll want to know:  Those who are at least 18 years old, are Canadian citizens and have lived… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local6 hours ago
  • Vaughn Palmer: Horgan rewards old union friends, as promised
    VICTORIA — Well before John Horgan became premier of B.C., he signalled his intention to give the unionized building trades the inside track on government-funded construction projects. The NDP leader delivered a fence-mending speech to a building trades convention in the provincial capital a year before the official start of… ... more
    Vancouversun -Politics8 hours ago
  • Vaughn Palmer: Horgan rewards old union friends, as promised
    VICTORIA — Well before John Horgan became premier of B.C., he signalled his intention to give the unionized building trades the inside track on government-funded construction projects. The NDP leader delivered a fence-mending speech to a building trades convention in the provincial capital a year before the official start of… ... more
    Vancouversun -Opinion8 hours ago
  • Letters: Long-term approach needed to resolve Elk Valley wat...
    Re: U.S. says Canada sitting on B.C. water toxins data, July 9 It is disappointing that the U.S. members of the International Joint Commission claim that they lack information regarding water-quality challenges in the Elk River watershed. In fact, a large amount of data and studies have been made available… ... more
    Vancouversun -Opinion8 hours ago
  • Daphne Bramham: Closer to home, a case for candidates living...
    One positive thing that can be said for carpetbagging politicians is that they do at least get first-hand experience in the local housing market. The term carpetbagger was coined after the American Civil War to describe northerners who packed their bags and went south to profit from reconstruction. It’s morphed into… ... more
    Vancouversun -Opinion9 hours ago
  • Daphne Bramham: Closer to home, a case for candidates living...
    One positive thing that can be said for carpetbagging politicians is that they do at least get first-hand experience in the local housing market. The term carpetbagger was coined after the American Civil War to describe northerners who packed their bags and went south to profit from reconstruction. It’s morphed into… ... more
    Vancouversun9 hours ago
  • Daphne Bramham: Closer to home, a case for candidates living...
    One positive thing that can be said for carpetbagging politicians is that they do at least get first-hand experience in the local housing market. The term carpetbagger was coined after the American Civil War to describe northerners who packed their bags and went south to profit from reconstruction. It’s morphed into… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local9 hours ago
  • Daphne Bramham: Closer to home, a case for candidates living...
    One positive thing that can be said for carpetbagging politicians is that they do at least get first-hand experience in the local housing market. The term carpetbagger was coined after the American Civil War to describe northerners who packed their bags and went south to profit from reconstruction. It’s morphed into… ... more
    Vancouversun -Politics9 hours ago
  • Surrey daredevil, 96, a whitewater warrior
    Nike may want to hire Surrey’s Hazel Amos as its spokeswoman. “Just do it,” the 96-year-old daredevil says. “It keeps you young, and don’t be afraid.” She’s talking specifically about her annual Class 4 whitewater rafting trip on the Thompson River at Lytton. More generally, she’s giving a pep talk… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local9 hours ago
  • Kelowna looks to Vancouver, Victoria in discussions over ban...
    Kelowna should follow Vancouver and Victoria in banning short-term rentals of secondary suites and investment properties, city staff say. A proposal being introduced to council Monday would allow the short-term rental only of spare rooms in an owner or renter’s principal residence, or the entire unit while the owner is… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local10 hours ago
  • MS patients had higher incidence of certain conditions: UBC ...
    Conditions such as sleep problems, irritable bowel syndrome and depression are more common among multiple sclerosis patients — five years before they develop medically recognized signs of the disease, a new study from the University of British Columbia suggests. Prof. Helen Tremlett at UBC’s division of neurology is the lead… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local10 hours ago
  • Former Mountie who tasered Robert Dziekanski drops sentence ...
    The former Mountie who tasered Robert Dziekanski at the Vancouver airport more than 10 years ago has abandoned his appeal of a jail sentence he received after being convicted of perjury. The Crown informed the B.C. Court of Appeal that former Const. Kwesi Millington had decided to drop his appeal… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local10 hours ago
  • Former Mountie who tasered Robert Dziekanski drops sentence ...
    The former Mountie who tasered Robert Dziekanski at the Vancouver airport more than 10 years ago has abandoned his appeal of a jail sentence he received after being convicted of perjury. The Crown informed the B.C. Court of Appeal that former Const. Kwesi Millington had decided to drop his appeal… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime10 hours ago
  • Ian Mulgrew: B.C. government needs to promote cannabis oppor...
    The B.C. government is being hoisted on its own petard — its tough-on-pot strategy to prepare the way for marijuana legalization may be hindering the potential economic boon. By choosing to dwell on increased enforcement and the challenges rather than opportunities that recreational cannabis presents, the NDP administration now struggles… ... more
    Vancouversun -Opinion10 hours ago
  • Theatre review: Real politics and fake penises in Bard’...
    Lysistrata When: To Sept. 13 Where: Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival, Vanier Park Tickets & Info: From $24; bardonthebeach.org The four shows at Bard on the Beach this summer almost seem in competition. Angry gender-reversed Timon of Athens on the Howard Family Stage challenges tragic Macbeth in the big tent. And now the raucous metatheatrical… ... more
    Vancouversun -10Ment11 hours ago
  • A.J. Klein, Stewart Phillip and Craig Benjamin: Site C and C...
    This month, as the world’s diplomats gather in New York to review progress in implementing the United Nation’s vision of fair and sustainable economic development, Canada wants its own record front and centre. Last year, Prime Minister Trudeau told the UN that the sustainable development goals are “as meaningful in… ... more
    Vancouversun -Opinion11 hours ago
  • Vancouver’s median rents drop ever so slightly: report
    Rent is still expensive but there could be some signs of relief. Vancouver fell to second place in Padmapper’s latest ranking of the most expensive rental markets across Canada, with the asking price for a one-bedroom rental dropping 4.3 per cent to $2,000. Meanwhile, two-bedroom listings saw a smaller decline… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local11 hours ago
  • Heat wave: Even the healthy are susceptible to heat exhausti...
    There’s a heat wave in effect across Metro Vancouver this week — and even the most young and healthy person can be susceptible to heat exhaustion if not careful. While this week’s temperatures are not out of the ordinary for B.C.’s south coast around this time of year, many may… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local11 hours ago
  • Heat wave: Even the healthy are susceptible to heat exhausti...
    There’s a heat wave in effect across Metro Vancouver this week — and even the most young and healthy person can be susceptible to heat exhaustion if not careful. While this week’s temperatures are not out of the ordinary for B.C.’s south coast around this time of year, many may… ... more
    Vancouversun -Health11 hours ago
  • Vancouver’s long-lost bus depot art panels found crate...
    The architectural showpiece of the old Vancouver bus depot was a pair of bas-relief sculptures of Pegasus, the winged horse from Greek mythology. The panels were very art deco, and so cool the City of Vancouver decided to save them when the building at 150 Dunsmuir St. was torn down… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local12 hours ago
  • Richmond woman dies after being struck by car
    A woman who was struck by a car in Richmond on Friday has died from her injuries. Richmond RCMP say the woman, who was in her 80s, was hit by a 2008 Acura Sedan while walking in a crosswalk at the intersection of Minoru Boulevard and Murdoch Avenue. She died in… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local12 hours ago
  • Killjoys Season 4 premieres on Space
    Killjoys Season 4 premiere When: July 20, 7 p.m. Where: Space Info: space.ca Even wonder how Dutch got her name? Or how she and Johnny Jaqobis wound up as agents in the RAC (Reclamation Apprehension Coalition)? It all gets explained in the Season 4 premiere of the Canadian science-fiction drama… ... more
    Vancouversun -10Ment12 hours ago
  • Heat wave: Here’s a map of where you can cool down in ...
    Maybe your rental suite has terrible air flow or perhaps your portable air conditioner, purchased off Craigslist, has finally given up. Or maybe you’re out and about and suddenly feeling light-headed? No matter the reason, here’s a few places across the city of Vancouver where you can escape the heat.… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local15 hours ago
  • Horns return to the Atrium
    Horns at the Atrium When: July 22 5-6 p.m. Where: The Atrium (111 West Hastings at Abbott) Tickets: Free Last summer, John Korsrud and the Hard Rubber New Music Society took advantage of the spaciousness and echo of the Atrium at Woodward’s (conveniently located next to the Society’s office) with… ... more
    Vancouversun -10Ment15 hours ago
  • Five reasons to check out the Mission Folk Music Festival
    Mission Folk Music Festival When: July 20-22 Where: Fraser River Heritage Park, Mission Tickets: Weekend Pass (+GST): Adult $70, Senior/Student $65, Youth $40 at brownpapertickets.com. Children 12 and under free. Friday (July 20) is Pay-What-You-Can admission. Day passes and camping passes also available. 1. Pharis and Jason Romero. Two years… ... more
    Vancouversun -10Ment15 hours ago
  • Hollywood Theatre heritage designation headed to public hear...
    Vancouver council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday to discuss a plan to designate Kitsilano’s historic Hollywood Theatre as a protected heritage property. The 651-seat art deco theatre, which opened in 1935 at 3123 West Broadway, was sold by the Fairleigh family in 2011 and shut down. It was… ... more
    Vancouversun -10Ment18 hours ago
  • Hollywood Theatre heritage designation headed to public hear...
    Vancouver council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday to discuss a plan to designate Kitsilano’s historic Hollywood Theatre as a protected heritage property. The 651-seat art deco theatre, which opened in 1935 at 3123 West Broadway, was sold by the Fairleigh family in 2011 and shut down. It was… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local18 hours ago
  • Exotic corpse flower is now stinking up the Vancouver’...
    A unique and exotic tropical plant, acclaimed for its size and abhorred for its smell, is blooming at a Vancouver conservatory. A news release from the Vancouver Park Board says the titan arum, the largest flower on earth, began to bloom Sunday evening. Over the next 24 to 28 hours… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local18 hours ago
  • Vancouver weather: Heat wave across Metro Vancouver in full ...
    VANCOUVER, B.C.: July 16, 2018 – Monday’s weather is heralded by a heat warning so you know it’s gonna be a tough start to the week. The heat wave is in effect for Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam and Maple Ridge, Surrey and Langley, Richmond and Delta, as well as the… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local19 hours ago
  • Daily Poll: Are you pro-heat wave or anti-heat wave?
    Environment Canada issued a heat wave warning early Monday morning for Metro Vancouver. While the temperatures – expected to hit a high of 25 degrees today along the coast and 28 inland – are normal for this time of year, some people may beg to differ. It will cool down… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local19 hours ago
  • Rob Shaw: Surprise was just spin, B.C. NDP wanted Greyhound ...
    VICTORIA — Transportation Minister Claire Trevena would like you to know that she was shocked and surprised when Greyhound announced it was cancelling almost all its bus routes in B.C. a few days ago. The province, she says, was blindsided. Sandbagged. Nobody, according to Trevena, could have seen the cancellations coming.… ... more
    Vancouversun -Politics20 hours ago
  • Bethany Hastie and Daniel Mare: Labour code review an opport...
    An independent panel is currently reviewing the B.C. Labour Relations Code, presenting a meaningful opportunity to strengthen workers’ rights under the code, which have been consistently eroded in past decades. Among a number of issues raised, many related to the ineffectiveness of existing protections for workers within unionized environments. These include… ... more
    Vancouversun -Opinion20 hours ago
  • Car crash in Richmond knocks out power to thousands
    A Sunday afternoon crash in Richmond knocked out power to thousands of local homes and businesses  — including, briefly, at Vancouver International Airport. According to BC Hydro, a motor vehicle collision around 3:50 p.m. at Westminster Highway and Garden City Way was responsible for the outage. A power pole was… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local1 day ago
  • Letters: Feds support future of Canadian trade
    Re: Port of Vancouver gets $167 million in infrastructure investment from Ottawa for three projects, June 22 Ottawa’s recent $167-million investment in the Port of Vancouver and our region’s trade-enabling infrastructure is a meaningful and significant step in the right direction. The Port of Vancouver is Canada’s largest port, handling… ... more
    Vancouversun -Opinion1 day ago
  • Laurie Schultz: Transforming corporate culture to be purpose...
    Culture in the workplace isn’t tangible. It can’t be touched or seen, but it’s the most important aspect to fostering a team of diverse talent. That culture will be what motivates people to leave their bed in the morning, it will factor into how much effort they put into their… ... more
    Vancouversun -Opinion1 day ago
  • Jill Earthy and Lois Nahirney: It’s 2018 — why...
    Throughout Canadian history, women have gradually taken their place alongside men. In 1875, a Canadian became the first woman in the British Empire to receive a bachelor’s degree. Most Canadian women were given the federal vote in 1917 (although it wasn’t until 1960 that all women could vote). In 1929,… ... more
    Vancouversun -Opinion1 day ago
  • Douglas Todd: Trudeau government goes silent on Syrian refug...
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s election promise to welcome ­25,000 refugees from Syria was aimed at showing voters his compassion. The followup photo opportunities he arranged in 2015 with smiling Syrian refugees, such as doctors, drew international headlines. Once in power, Trudeau’s Liberals switched the name of the Immigration Department to… ... more
    Vancouversun -Politics1 day ago
  • Douglas Todd: Trudeau government goes silent on Syrian refug...
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s election promise to welcome ­25,000 refugees from Syria was aimed at showing voters his compassion. The followup photo opportunities he arranged in 2015 with smiling Syrian refugees, such as doctors, drew international headlines. Once in power, Trudeau’s Liberals switched the name of the Immigration Department to… ... more
    Vancouversun -Opinion1 day ago
  • Douglas Todd: Trudeau government goes silent on Syrian refug...
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s election promise to welcome ­25,000 refugees from Syria was aimed at showing voters his compassion. The followup photo opportunities he arranged in 2015 with smiling Syrian refugees, such as doctors, drew international headlines. Once in power, Trudeau’s Liberals switched the name of the Immigration Department to… ... more
    Vancouversun -World1 day ago
  • Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise draws old and young to Nor...
    Barbara Stowe was just 13 years old in 1969 when her parents drew up the founding charter of the Don’t Make a Wave committee, the anti-nuclear organization that would become Greenpeace. “I was there. My brother too,” said Stowe. Stowe was in North Vancouver on Sunday, along with other members… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local1 day ago
  • Kanaka Bar Band planning for a bright future with dark times...
    Patrick Michell can see the apocalypse coming — it’s just coming so slowly that people haven’t noticed yet. The chief of the Kanaka Bar Indian Band is preparing his people for self-sufficiency. Food, energy, skills, the works. The band has completed a 49.9-megawatt run-of-river power plant that will pay millions… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local1 day ago
  • France fans in Vancouver rejoice over World Cup victory whil...
    It was absolute pandemonium inside Vancouver’s de-facto France House on Sunday as the country secured its second-ever World Cup title in a thrilling 4-2 final against Croatia. The goal-filled spectacular had France fans inside Main Street’s American Pub in high spirits. One thousand France supporters packed inside seven bars in the… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local1 day ago
  • Call for clean swimming water in Vancouver’s False Cre...
    Pollution levels at the east end of False Creek are almost quadruple safe levels, a year after Vancouver city council passed a motion to make the waterway swimmable by this summer. The concentration of animal or human fecal contamination registered at 776 in False Creek East last week, about four… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local1 day ago
  • Douglas Todd: Trudeau government goes silent on Syrian refug...
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s election promise to welcome ­25,000 refugees from Syria was aimed at showing voters his compassion. The followup photo opportunities he arranged in 2015 with smiling Syrian refugees, such as doctors, drew international headlines. Once in power, Trudeau’s Liberals switched the name of the Immigration Department to… ... more
    Vancouversun1 day ago
  • Cross-border police teams ride the waves looking for drug tr...
    VICTORIA — The two high-powered speed boats meet in broad daylight near San Juan Island, just south of the Canada-U.S. border. Bags filled with millions of dollars worth of cocaine and methamphetamine are allegedly passed from the U.S. boat to the Canadian boat, which police say is operated by a… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Cross-border police teams ride the waves looking for drug tr...
    VICTORIA — The two high-powered speed boats meet in broad daylight near San Juan Island, just south of the Canada-U.S. border. Bags filled with millions of dollars worth of cocaine and methamphetamine are allegedly passed from the U.S. boat to the Canadian boat, which police say is operated by a… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime2 days ago
  • Allergic to the sun, two-year-old Charlie needs a bone-marro...
    Two-year-old Charlie Lock likes to look out her window. She’s too young to understand that the world beyond the tinted glass is forbidden to her. One year ago, Charlie was diagnosed with erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP) — a genetic disease that is sometimes described as an allergy to the sun. Even… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Allergic to the sun, two-year-old Charlie needs a bone-marro...
    Two-year-old Charlie Lock likes to look out her window. She’s too young to understand that the world beyond the tinted glass is forbidden to her. One year ago, Charlie was diagnosed with erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP) — a genetic disease that is sometimes described as an allergy to the sun. Even… ... more
    Vancouversun -Health2 days ago
  • UBC students design compostable toilet made of mushrooms
    A team of arts and science students at the University of B.C. have designed a compostable toilet that can be built for less than $20. The toilet is made out of mushroom roots and other inexpensive materials. It’s meant to help with addressing the problem of sanitation in refugee camps.… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Premier Horgan to make infrastructure announcement on Monday
    B.C. Premier John Horgan is expected to make an announcement about transportation and infrastructure on Monday. Horgan will be joined by Minister of Transportation Claire Trevena at the announcement, to be hosted at the B.C. Institute of Technology’s Ironworkers Training Facility in Burnaby. The announcement will begin at 10:15 a.m.… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Crews continue to battle East Shuswap Road near Kamloops thi...
    Crews continue to battle the East Shuswap Road wildfire near Kamloops this weekend. The fire is currently estimated to be 5 square kilometres in size and is still classified as “out of control.” However, crews appear to have a handle on the blaze, following high winds on Friday afternoon. On… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Industrial building in Prince George holds record for most a...
    PRINCE GEORGE — The Wood Innovation Research Lab in Prince George, appears to be nothing more than a modern cedar and black-metal building, but look past the cladding and you’ll find an engineering feat that has earned it the recognition as the most airtight industrial building on the continent. The… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Daily Poll: How do you prefer to watch major sporting events...
    There’s no shortage of bars and restaurants where people will be gathered this morning to enjoy the World Cup match between Croatia and France. But for others, the crowd may be a bit too anxiety-inducing. Some may even have special sports traditions they prefer to partake in at home with… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Vancouver weather: Clear skies, warm temperatures all week
    VANCOUVER, B.C.: July 15, 2018 – While a hot weather statement has been cancelled, the heat will stick around throughout the rest of the week. Temperatures remain in the mid 20s through Tuesday before it cools slightly to finish out the week. Either way, keep your sunscreen handy and stay… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Surrey mom believes racism behind accusation of sneaking int...
    A Surrey mother believes racism was behind a recent demand that her family prove they were allowed to use the pool in their own townhouse complex. Guerda Henry went for a swim Thursday afternoon with her two daughters, ages 1 and 13, at the pool shared by three developments at… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Tsawwassen-Swartz Bay ferry sailings cancelled Saturday and ...
    B.C. Ferries was forced to cancel two Tsawwassen-Swartz Bay evening sailings Saturday and two more Sunday morning due to mechanical issues with one of its vessels. The ferry corporation said the Queen of New Westminster wouldn’t sail out of Tsawwassen at 6 p.m. or return from Swartz Bay near Victoria… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Tiny House Warriors spokeswoman arrested at Trans Mountain p...
    VANCOUVER — An Indigenous political activist was briefly detained Saturday following a Trans Mountain pipeline protest in British Columbia’s North Thompson Provincial Park on Saturday. Kanahus Manuel, a spokeswoman for the activist group Tiny House Warriors, was arrested by the RCMP after allegedly defying an eviction order from the B.C. Parks… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Burnaby Green quits mayoral race, hopes to help oust Mayor C...
    The Green party’s mayoral candidate in Burnaby, Joe Keithley, is stepping aside to clear the path for a head-on race between another candidate and longtime Mayor Derek Corrigan. Keithley said he believes his stepping aside is the best way to defeat Corrigan, who heads up the Burnaby Citizens’ Association, a… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Photos: Hastings hosts its annual Wiener Dog Races, cuteness...
    Get a long little doggie. And if you think it can run with the rest of the hounds, bring it along to the Hastings Racecourse Wiener Dog Races. That’s what a bunch of adoring dachshund owners did on Saturday as part of the racetrack’s Dog Days of Summer. It’s an… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • High winds and lack of rain suggests no break in sight for B...
    A rising heat wave and significant winds across the southern half of B.C. helped ignite 11 new wildfires across the province over 24 hours. Claire Allen of the B.C. Wildfire Service said that of those fires, six were caused by people, one was started by lightning, and the remaining four… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Langley mechanic fighting life-threatening flesh-eating dise...
    When Rob Erke’s shoulder began to hurt three weeks ago, he didn’t think much of it. As the pain worsened, a friend advised him to see a doctor, and he returned from the visit with a prescription for painkillers. A few days later, his shoulder began to swell and the… ... more
    Vancouversun -Health2 days ago
  • Langley mechanic fighting life-threatening flesh-eating dise...
    When Rob Erke’s shoulder began to hurt three weeks ago, he didn’t think much of it. As the pain worsened, a friend advised him to see a doctor, and he returned from the visit with a prescription for painkillers. A few days later, his shoulder began to swell and the… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Man pricked by syringe hidden in hollow fence post in downto...
    VICTORIA — Police are putting out a warning after a man was pricked by a syringe hidden in a hollow fence post. Bowen Osoko of the Victoria Police Department says the man, whose name has not been released, may have been acting absent-mindedly when he stuck his hand inside the… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Vancouver police respond to ‘disturbance’ at Tru...
    Police say a scuffle Friday inside a nightclub at the Trump tower in Vancouver is not linked to protests against the U.S. president, who is on a working visit to the United Kingdom. Officers were called after a “disturbance” broke out at Drai’s Vancouver nightclub inside the Trump International Hotel… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime2 days ago
  • Vancouver police respond to ‘disturbance’ at Tru...
    Police say a scuffle Friday inside a nightclub at the Trump tower in Vancouver is not linked to protests against the U.S. president, who is on a working visit to the United Kingdom. Officers were called after a “disturbance” broke out at Drai’s Vancouver nightclub inside the Trump International Hotel… ... more
    Vancouversun -Local2 days ago
  • Vancouver police respond to ‘disturbance’ at Tru...
    Police say a scuffle Friday inside a nightclub at the Trump tower in Vancouver is not linked to protests against the U.S. president, who is on a working visit to the United Kingdom. Officers were called after a “disturbance” broke out at Drai’s Vancouver nightclub inside the Trump International Hotel… ... more
    Vancouversun -Politics2 days ago
  • Vancouver police respond to ‘disturbance’ at Tru...
    Police say a scuffle Friday inside a nightclub at the Trump tower in Vancouver is not linked to protests against the U.S. president, who is on a working visit to the United Kingdom. Officers were called after a “disturbance” broke out at Drai’s Vancouver nightclub inside the Trump International Hotel… ... more
    Vancouversun2 days ago
  • Vancouver police respond to ‘disturbance’ at Tru...
    Police say a scuffle Friday inside a nightclub at the Trump tower in Vancouver is not linked to protests against the U.S. president, who is on a working visit to the United Kingdom. Officers were called after a “disturbance” broke out at Drai’s Vancouver nightclub inside the Trump International Hotel… ... more
    Vancouversun -World2 days ago
  • B.C. residents with disabilities demand a say on proposed ac...
    For Amanda Reaume, acquiring a disability meant awakening to a civil rights movement in a way made possible through lived experience. Last year, the 33-year-old writer suffered a brain injury that left her with balance problems and having to relearn how to walk and talk at the same time. She returned to… ... more
    Vancouversun -Health3 days ago
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