Good News Roundup for Sept 15, 2015


It’s not all doom and gloom out there in the local media. There’s an amber alert for a little girl from Alberta and the refugee crisis overseas is still headline news but even we can’t accuse the mainstream outlets in Vancouver of only focusing on the negative. Here’s a roundup of 9 of the more awesome stories that were published by the big players in the past couple days.

slugPhoto: CBC

Unwanted slug with an interesting sex life found in Comox Valley – CBC Vancouver

OrcaLab Cameras Bring Us Into Incredible World Of Orcas – Huffington Post BC

In setting September goals go for exciting and ambitious says life coach – CBC Vancouver

$4.3 million upgrades to Stanley Park Causeway begin Sunday – Vancouver Courier

B.C. man says he has world’s longest cucumber and pickle – Globe and Mail BC

Photos: 75th anniversary party for Queen Elizabeth Park – Vancouver Sun

Pet Food Bank Helps Downtown Eastside Animals – CTV Vancouver

Alberta researchers stumble across stranded hunter in B.C. wilderness – CBC Vancouver

Syrian family finds peace and hope in Vancouver – Globe and Mail BC

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