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Boozy ball pit with 200,000 LED-illuminated balls coming to Vancouver

Boozy ball pit with 200,000 LED-illuminated balls coming to Vancouver

The hits keep coming for adults and interesting environments in which to drink alcohol in Vancouver. Following up on our POST about Hot Tub Cinema's boozy hot tub parties comes "The Ballpit Party".
B.C. couple accused of terror-related crimes may be back in court

B.C. couple accused of terror-related crimes may be back in court

Documents posted on the VPD’s website answer allegations made by John Nuttall and Amanda Korody who complained about unsanitary jail cells.
Patrick Chan wins record 10th Canadian title, Daleman wins gold on 20th birthday

Patrick Chan wins record 10th Canadian title, Daleman wins gold on 20th birthday

Tessa Virtue, front, and Scott Moir perform their free dance during the senior ice dance competition at the Canadian Figure Skating Championships in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday January 13, 2018.
Fundraising campaign for Spirit of the West's Mann follows celeb-studded concert

Fundraising campaign for Spirit of the West's Mann follows celeb-studded concert

Spirit of the West frontman John Mann, who suffers from Alzheimer’s, performs his final concert in Vancouver, Saturday, April 16, 2016.
Pot a promising substitute for opioid addiction, says ex-B.C. health minister

Pot a promising substitute for opioid addiction, says ex-B.C. health minister

There is preliminary evidence that shows marijuana can help people with addictions reduce their use of hard drugs and ease the painful symptoms of withdrawal.
Sorry, there are no public tickets available to see Michelle Obama

Sorry, there are no public tickets available to see Michelle Obama

EPG_EuroPhotoGraphics / Shutterstock.com Members of the public hoping to hear former U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama speak at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre next month are out of luck. Tickets to the Feb. 15 event sold out today, Jan.
Poll finds one-in-five Canadians prescribed opioids

Poll finds one-in-five Canadians prescribed opioids

Photo Dan Toulgoet One-in-five Canadians say they have been prescribed opioids in the last five years, according to polling numbers released Thursday morning.
Buyers urged to beware as two Chinese nationals charged in gold artifacts fraud

Buyers urged to beware as two Chinese nationals charged in gold artifacts fraud

Fake gold artifacts are shown in a handout photo supplied by Richmond, B.C. RCMP.
Olympic figure skater Patrick Chan has moved to Vancouver

Olympic figure skater Patrick Chan has moved to Vancouver

Canadian figure skater Patrick Chan poses for a photo at the Olympic Summit in Calgary, Alta., Saturday, June 3, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh Patrick Chan has found inspiration in the natural beauty of Canada's west coast.
Wine store uses mayor's stepping aside announcement to promote champagne sales

Wine store uses mayor's stepping aside announcement to promote champagne sales

News of Mayor Gregor Robertson’s decision to not seek re-election has lit up social media to the point that the outgoing’s mayor’s name is now trending Canada-wide.
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