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Canucks players, coach react to Don Cherry firing - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 18:40:00 -0800
Many of them grew up watching him on Coach's Corner – so the sudden firing of Don Cherry was shocking for Vancouver Canucks players.
UBC professor criticized for questioning why frat boys were allowed to lay wreaths at ceremony - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 19:03:05 -0800
Economics instructor Marina Adshade took to Twitter to ask UBC president Santa Ono why fraternity members were allowed to lay wreaths at the school's Remembrance Day ceremony.
Girl uses lemonade stand, garage sale money to buy food for the homeless - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 16:02:00 -0800
Seven-year-old Keanna Lai spent Monday afternoon handing out meal tokens she bought with money from her summertime lemonade stand.
Don Cherry fired 'immediately' after controversial comments; B.C. politicians react - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 09:30:00 -0800
Canada's most well-known sports commentator has stepped down following a televised rant that drew criticism from local politicians.
‘A real pride’: Second World War veteran in Coquitlam joined by two generations in uniform - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 17:43:00 -0800
Second World War veteran John "Doc" Cumbers has lived a life of service. From his time in the Air Force and navy, to his career as a firefighter and ongoing volunteer work, it’s a calling that’s become a family legacy.
Only 6 cancelled SeaBus sailings expected on Tuesday - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 19:32:13 -0800
The ongoing transit strike in Metro Vancouver is only expected to cause a handful of SeaBus cancellations on Tuesday, according to TransLink.
Japanese-Canadian veterans honoured in Vancouver's Stanley Park - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 16:04:00 -0800
Japanese-Canadian veterans were honoured in a Remembrance Day ceremony in Vancouver's Stanley Park.
Crews work to refloat, assess barge that ran aground on Quadra Island - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 16:00:11 -0800
Officials are working to refloat and assess a barge that ran aground and compromised its hull on Quadra Island, B.C.
Remembrance Day ceremony honours civilian victims of war - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 17:19:00 -0800
The event aims to commemorate the contributions and sacrifices of civilians who are affected by war.
Lest we forget: Thousands gather for Remembrance Day ceremony in Vancouver - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 08:00:00 -0800
Thousands of people gathered at the Victory Square cenotaph in downtown Vancouver Monday to honour Canada's veterans and pay their respects to those who made ultimate sacrifice.

Vancouver Canucks captain says 'no place' in hockey for Don Cherry's comments - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 23:00:00 EST
Vancouver Canucks Bo Horvat captain Don Cherry

The Vancouver hockey community had mixed reactions to the dismissal of Don Cherry. The Canucks criticized his comments about immigrants, but others feel his punishment was too harsh.

She fled domestic abuse. Now she and her daughter are victims of the housing crisis - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 21:00:00 EST
D.C.

Vancouver's housing prices and shortage of social housing put women fleeing domestic violence in a tough spot: risk homelessness or stay in an abusive home.

Saanich students still out of school on Tuesday as strike enters 3rd week - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 22:00:00 EST
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More than 7,000 students in Saanich on Vancouver Island will not be returning to their classrooms on Tuesday as job action involving support workers enters a third week. 

UNBC classes cancelled Tuesday, but both sides agree to return to negotiations - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 21:13:43 EST
UNBC STRIKE

Classes are again cancelled on Tuesday at the University of Northern British Columbia as faculty continue to strike after months-long negotiations broke down last week without an agreement.

The Fraser Blues fly over Remembrance Day ceremonies every year. This is why they do it - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 19:57:03 EST
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Every November 11, George Miller leads the Fraser Blues as they fly in formation over Remembrance Day celebrations all over Metro Vancouver.

Video shows man taking poppy donation box from Langley gas station - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 19:16:30 EST
Security footage

RCMP say no one has been charged with the theft so far, but police are reviewing the video footage.

Vancouver's Great Panther Mining says worker killed at Mexican mine - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 18:50:45 EST
Great Panther Silver

A 41-year-old worker has died in a rock fall at an underground silver mine in the Guanajuato Mine Complex.

Don Cherry poppy remarks an opportunity for history lesson, says WWI historian - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 14:18:11 EST
Panel from Duty, Honour & Izzat Steven Purewal

Steven Purewal has written about the contributions of Indian soldiers in WWI and their shared history with Canada. 'I think he needs to sit across a table with someone more informed and use that platform of his to inform Canadians about the heritage of all people that served in the war.'

Crowds gather to mark Remembrance Day across British Columbia - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 12:26:35 EST
Remembrance Day

Thousands gathered at cenotaphs and war memorials across British Columbia Monday morning to honour those who've served or made the ultimate sacrifice as part of Canada's military.

Vancouver man returns to Dunkirk to pay respects for grandfather he never knew - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 15:53:06 EST
Dunkirk memory

Shane McDonald's grandfather was killed on the beach in Dunkirk, France in 1940 during the evacuation of Allied troops during the Second World War. Almost 80 years later, his grandson is back on the same beach to pay his respects.


More gun violence in Surrey; murder in Burnaby - Mon, 04 Apr 2016 23:55:04 Z
Since Surrey RCMP said Friday they had implemented successful strategies to combat gun violence, there have been three more shootings.
B.C. nurses' college warns about helping in assisted-dying cases - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 07:08:34 Z
A B.C. Supreme Court ruling allowing a terminally-ill woman a medically-assisted death has not opened the door to nurses now participating in hastened death, the College of Registered Nurse of B.C. said Monday.
Most senior nursing homes miss Ministry of Health staffing guideline - Wed, 06 Apr 2016 19:24:06 Z
The vast majority of government-funded long-term care homes for seniors in B.C. do not meet Ministry of Health staffing guidelines. The Residential Care Facilities Quick Facts Directory, a report released recently by the Office of the Seniors Advocate, compiles staffing, serious incident reports and other quality of life measures for every publicly funded seniors home […]
Canucks a royal pain for California contenders, beat Kings 3-2 - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 05:53:40 Z
Now that the least is expected of them — or wanted from them, if you ask the draftists — the Vancouver Canucks have built their longest winning streak of the season. It began five days ago. It took the Canucks six months and 79 National Hockey League games to win three straight. They finally made […]
Photos: Top images from around the globe - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 00:17:43 Z
View the best photographs from hot spots around the world.
Rental housing is for residents, says Vancouver councillor eyeing Airbnb rules - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 12:04:54 Z
A Vancouver councillor is eyeing regulation of home-sharing services like Airbnb, as the city’s rental vacancy rate hovers near zero. Coun. Geoff Meggs wants to expand and accelerate a study already underway by city staff on the effect Airbnb and similar websites are having on the supply of rental housing. “We’re going to […]
No 'gay on the runway': Producer quits St. Paul's fundraiser, citing LGBTQ concern - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 17:22:22 Z
The founder/producer behind a popular St. Paul’s fundraising gala has resigned after allegedly being told to tone down the show’s LGBTQ presence.
Vaughn Palmer: Independent MLA leads the charge for election finance reform - Thu, 07 Apr 2016 14:41:53 Z
As the legislature resumed Monday after a two-week spring break, Independent MLA Vicki Huntington was first on her feet during introduction of bills with as timely a measure as the house has seen this session.
Ian Mulgrew: Pilot legal aid project supporting families - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 13:33:48 Z
A pilot legal aid project for parents — particularly aboriginal parents — is showing great promise and getting child-custody disputes out of court and resolved quicker and more cheaply.
Where is Trudeau government heading on China? - Wed, 06 Apr 2016 17:15:24 Z
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government is undertaking a major internal review of Canada’s relationship with China, cautiously considering steps that include launching free trade negotiations and helping up to 100,000 Canadian students study there. T

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