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Time Traveller: Grouse Mountain's 'Red Shack' stands tall in primeval forest

Time Traveller: Grouse Mountain's 'Red Shack' stands tall in primeval forest

Shack was where mountaineers would gather and swap stories of their experiences or plan their next climbs
Vancouver cold case files: The Pauls family was the city's first triple murder

Vancouver cold case files: The Pauls family was the city's first triple murder

The only clues police had to go on were a partial footprint in the garden, a bloody, but unidentifiable palm print on the bedroom wall, and a dislodged rock in the garden that indicated the way the killer had fled.
Port Moody considers augmented reality to celebrate 100th anniversary of Ioco townsite

Port Moody considers augmented reality to celebrate 100th anniversary of Ioco townsite

Centennial celebrations of the old Ioco townsite in Port Moody will include the installation of a public art project. But the project may only exist virtually.
Time Traveller: During wartime, kids in North Vancouver prepare for worst-case scenarios

Time Traveller: During wartime, kids in North Vancouver prepare for worst-case scenarios

Led by their teachers, the students practiced putting on gas masks and evacuating their classrooms
Fire and ink: 75 years ago today union protestors overturned a newspaper delivery truck in Vancouver

Fire and ink: 75 years ago today union protestors overturned a newspaper delivery truck in Vancouver

The protest was made up of members of the International Typographical Union supporting ITU members in Winnipeg
Time Traveller: Phyllis Munday was a pioneering B.C. mountaineer

Time Traveller: Phyllis Munday was a pioneering B.C. mountaineer

She also received the Order of Canada for her work with the Girl Guides and St. John Ambulance
Out On The Shelves: A library pivotal to Vancouver’s LGBT2QIA+ community

Out On The Shelves: A library pivotal to Vancouver’s LGBT2QIA+ community

The volunteer-run library has been helping young and old accept who they are for nearly 40 years
Vancouver cold case files: Policeman's teen daughter found fatally stabbed in family home

Vancouver cold case files: Policeman's teen daughter found fatally stabbed in family home

The 1971 'Renfrew Murder' remains unsolved. The knife was left inside the 17-year-old's chest. 25 years later, it had vanished from the evidence room.
Photographer comes across Vancouver’s century-old wood pavers (PHOTOS)

Photographer comes across Vancouver’s century-old wood pavers (PHOTOS)

At the time the wooden pavers were economical and easier on horses’ feet
A roundup of Vancouver news from 50 years ago today - July 9, 1971

A roundup of Vancouver news from 50 years ago today - July 9, 1971

A look back on the news of the day from five decades ago