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Chinese-Canadian artist's oil painting exhibition opens in Vancouver

Chinese-Canadian artist's oil painting exhibition opens in Vancouver

Oil Painting: The Dressing No.2 by Xue Yanqun.
Moviemaker Guillermo del Toro finds "true treasures" in Vancouver bookstore

Moviemaker Guillermo del Toro finds "true treasures" in Vancouver bookstore

What do you do when you're a filmmaker visiting Vancouver and you've got a bit of time to spare? Well, if you're a book lover like Guillermo del Toro, you head to MacLeod's Books on Pender, and you buy a box full of incredible volumes.
Kids with special needs have pirate-themed fun at Vancouver fundraiser

Kids with special needs have pirate-themed fun at Vancouver fundraiser

Photo Boat for Hope video Children that would normally not be able to enjoy boating due to financial, mobility or other challenges were treated to a day of pirate-themed fun in Vancouver.
Complexities treating opioid addicted B.C. youth prompt new guidelines

Complexities treating opioid addicted B.C. youth prompt new guidelines

Photo: Pexels New guidelines aimed at improving treatment for opioid-addicted young people have been released by the British Columbia Centre on Substance Use.
Birth and dash: Richmond Hospital owed $1.2 million for skipped neonatal bill

Birth and dash: Richmond Hospital owed $1.2 million for skipped neonatal bill

Last Friday’s front feature in the Richmond News highlighted the growing problem of so-called “birth tourism” in Richmond Vancouver Coastal Health has filed a civil claim worth over one million dollars (and counting) against a foreign national who sk
B.C. Indigenous artist designed upcoming Grateful Dead boxed set

B.C. Indigenous artist designed upcoming Grateful Dead boxed set

One of the pieces by Roy Henry Vickers that will be used for the boxed set called Raven People. The Grateful Dead's upcoming 19-disc boxed set will be released in an ornate box created by B.C. First Nations artist Roy Henry Vickers.
Strained U.S.-Canada relationship backs arguments for pipeline, say Liberals

Strained U.S.-Canada relationship backs arguments for pipeline, say Liberals

The federal Liberals are pointing to the unpredictable wrath of the American president to further buttress their argument that Canada needs the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to reduce its trade dependence on the United States. The U.S.
Broadway closed this weekend for transit construction work

Broadway closed this weekend for transit construction work

The percentage of Vancouver residents using public transit to get to and from work has been steadily increasing over the last two decades.
Nearly a quarter of Metro Vancouver seniors live in unaffordable housing

Nearly a quarter of Metro Vancouver seniors live in unaffordable housing

There may be a common perception that the over-65s have it easy when it comes to their homes, and that they are mostly basking in vast amounts of equity.
Retro Roller Jam rolls into Robson Square

Retro Roller Jam rolls into Robson Square

Robson Square’s skating rink will be turned into a classic disco Sunday for the second annual F.U.B.A.R. Roller Jam. All proceeds will go the Make-A-Wish BC & Yukon.