Good News Roundup for December 1, 2015


It’s not all doom and gloom out there in the local media. Bad news dominates the news cycle but even we can’t accuse the mainstream outlets in Vancouver of focusing exclusively on the negative. Here’s a roundup of a few of the more awesome stories that were published by the large outlets in the past couple days.


$1.2M giant spinning chandelier could soon hang under Granville Bridge – CBC Vancouver

Let’s help our own without forgetting to help the refugees – The Globe and Mail BC

5 Ways To Help Syrian Refugees Settle In Canada – The Huffington Post BC

UBC Thunderbirds win the Vanier Cup – The Province

B.C. teen drummer back on stage after losing part of his arm – CTV Vancouver

How one man’s offer of unconditional love sparked a chain of kindness – CBC Vancouver

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