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Here's a graph showing what media outlets Mayor Kennedy Stewart favours

Here's a graph showing what media outlets Mayor Kennedy Stewart favours

An audit of Mayor Kennedy Stewart's Twitter activity
IWTG: Canucks can't beat Tuukka Rask, get bruised by the Bruins

IWTG: Canucks can't beat Tuukka Rask, get bruised by the Bruins

In a game marred by controversial calls, the Canucks couldn't come up with any run support for Jacob Markstrom.
This BMW driver was slapped with a $483 fine for going 134 km/h in a 50 zone

This BMW driver was slapped with a $483 fine for going 134 km/h in a 50 zone

"Slow down and arrive alive."
21 magical Vancouver snow moments from this morning (PHOTOS & VIDEOS)

21 magical Vancouver snow moments from this morning (PHOTOS & VIDEOS)

Have a look at some of Metro Vancouver's spectacular frosty sights.
BC NDP tops voter polling as provincial election rumours percolate

BC NDP tops voter polling as provincial election rumours percolate

At this stage, the BC NDP would head to an election campaign with the biggest “voter pool” in the province
Vancouver pop culture maven pens occult guide to help ‘bend your reality’

Vancouver pop culture maven pens occult guide to help ‘bend your reality’

“A lot of the book is rooted in self-discipline and willpower and that’s the bait and switch of it: you can manifest the things that you want, but you also have to work for it and hustle.”
Vancouver lawyer facing criminal fraud trial awaits U.S. extradition decision

Vancouver lawyer facing criminal fraud trial awaits U.S. extradition decision

Faiyaz Dean of Surrey has made a career of creating shell companies for trading on junior exchanges.
Colony's new Richmond location is "taking shape" in Steveston development

Colony's new Richmond location is "taking shape" in Steveston development

Signs are up, and locals are wondering when they can order their first beers and plates of pub grub
Vancouver mayor in Ottawa to lobby for millions in transit funding

Vancouver mayor in Ottawa to lobby for millions in transit funding

“Our message to the federal government is simple: the situation here, in Metro Vancouver, is urgent.”
Richmond council asks feds to ban birth tourism

Richmond council asks feds to ban birth tourism

A motion to write to Marco Mendicino, the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, urging him to end birthright citizenship for non-Canadians was supported by almost all of council.