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Andre De Grasse coming to Vancouver to run in the Harry Jerome Classic

Andre De Grasse coming to Vancouver to run in the Harry Jerome Classic

Andre De Grasse wins at the sold out 2017 Vancouver Sun Harry Jerome Track Classic.
Rental-only zones in B.C. could result in lower land prices: experts

Rental-only zones in B.C. could result in lower land prices: experts

Shutterstock A proposal that would give cities in British Columbia the power to zone land for rental housing could moderate the price of affected properties, experts say.
Jane’s Walk explores collective housing movement

Jane’s Walk explores collective housing movement

Erik Paulsson is leading a Jane’s Walk in East Vancouver this weekend called “Collective Housing as an Ownership Model.” Here Paulsson is pictured in “the Zulla,”one of the houses he’s featuring.
The Westham Island Bridge is getting a retrofit

The Westham Island Bridge is getting a retrofit

The Westham Island Bridge will getting a much needed retrofit later this summer. Photograph By file The Westham Island Bridge will getting a much needed retrofit later this summer.
Future of park board tree farm up in the air

Future of park board tree farm up in the air

Park Board’s tree farm in Campbell Valley Park. Google Maps It’s been a staple of Vancouver Park Board operations for decades but the future of the city’s tree farm seems uncertain.
Pipeline construction workers laid off at Burnaby worksites

Pipeline construction workers laid off at Burnaby worksites

Photograph By NEWS FILE Construction is slowing at Trans Mountain’s Burnaby worksites after more than a dozen workers were recently laid off or reassigned.
The Alberta government is pumping pipeline ads through the Squamish Nation's billboard off Burrard

The Alberta government is pumping pipeline ads through the Squamish Nation's billboard off Burrard

Vancouver politics podcaster Ian Bushfield tweeted out an interesting photo this afternoon. Pictured here is the Alberta government's latest ad campaign promoting the Trans Mountain pipeline, "Keep Canada Working".
Small aircraft makes emergency landing in field near Vancouver, B.C.

Small aircraft makes emergency landing in field near Vancouver, B.C.

Pexels Police say a small aircraft has made an emergency landing in a field outside of Vancouver. Ridge Meadows RCMP say only the pilot was on board when the plane came down near 203 Street and Golden Ears Way on Wednesday afternoon.
'Spokes n Words' book bike coming to North Van this summer

'Spokes n Words' book bike coming to North Van this summer

Photo NVCL’s Deb Hutchison Koep The first book bike in the Lower Mainland has arrived at the North Vancouver City Library (NVCL).
This dude retired, celebrated his birthday, THEN won $2 million on the same day

This dude retired, celebrated his birthday, THEN won $2 million on the same day

BCLC sent a release about a lucky man today. Mr. Ping Kuen Shum from Vancouver was celebrating his birthday, on the day of his retirement, when he bought a BC/49 ticket on April 28th.