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 2018-05-26 20:59 

Vancouver Sun

Child sex offender James Cardno released on day parole...

Five years after predatory pedophile James Cardno was imprisoned for molesting and photographing 10 young boys in Surrey and Ecuador, he has been granted day parole.The 53-year-old former Surrey re......

 2018-05-26 20:09 

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Highway 1 closed near Chilliwack after multiple-vehicle crash...

Highway 1 is closed in both direction east of Bridal Falls because of a multi-vehicle collision.Transportation crews and RCMP were on site Saturday afternoon to assess the situation.Drive BC says m......

 2018-05-26 19:44 

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One of two out-of-control wildfires near Kamloops partially contained...

Firefighters are beginning to get one of two large wildfires burning in British Columbia's southern Interior under control.The B.C. Wildfire Services says that as of Saturday morning, the fou......

 2018-05-26 18:00 

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Makeover: A little creativity goes a long way...

Pamela Summers works in the service industry wanted to get a little creative with her hair colour.The 32-year-old has naturally curly hair and has been growing out a shaved undercut hairstyle. She ......

 2018-05-26 18:00 

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Parksville-Qualicum the new culinary destination...

The food scene along what was once arguably B.C.'s sleepiest stretch of coastline is changing rapidly....

 2018-05-26 18:00 

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Meet the chef: Juniper Kitchen and Bar's Warren Chow fuses the modern and the traditional...

Vancouver native Warren Chow is traditionally French cuisine trained, but brings in modern techniques and flavours....

 2018-05-26 17:28 

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Backup plan in place for West Coast Express in case of CP Rail strike...

TransLink has a backup plan ready in case Canadian Pacific Railway workers go on strike next week and West Coast Express commuter rail service is affected.On Friday morning, members of two unions r......

 2018-05-26 15:59 

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Vancouver Weather: Cloudy weekend with sunny breaks...

VANCOUVER, B.C. Saturday's weather in Metro Vancouver looks mainly cloudy with possible sunny breaks and a high of 19 C. Environment Canada is forecasting a similar weather pattern th......

 2018-05-26 15:00 

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Are your kids vaccinated?...

"People felt the most anger and the least sympathy for the refusal group and viewed the mothers as a danger to the community."...

 2018-05-26 13:18 

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St. Paul fills a need in downtown Kelowna...

With Kelowna's rapidly growing high-tech industry now assuming the role as one of this Okanagan city's biggest economic drivers, it should come as no surprise that Kelowna's downt......

 2018-05-26 13:01 

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Coco Oakridge delivers on luxury and location...

Go back 60 years and much of Vancouver's urban planning was focused on single-family homes with big yards in suburban neighbourhoods. The percentage of people who owned a car was increasing r......

 2018-05-26 12:52 

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Sold (Bought): Renfrew-area property is three homes in one...

The big sell: This newly built property in Vancouver's Renfrew district comes with three separate addresses as it comprises not just the main house, but also a laneway home and a two-bedroom ......

 2018-05-26 12:46 

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The Home Front: The meticulous magic of Christophe Delcourt...

Going independent as a designer is hard upfront, but pays off in the long run, says well-known French furniture designer Christophe Delcourt, whose furniture is now available in Vancouver at high-e......

 2018-05-26 08:00 

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Seven days aboard Queen Mary 2 an ocean-filled venture...

Strong customer demand for vessel's fun transatlantic crossings...

 2018-05-26 08:00 

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Fish where the fish are at Shearwater...

Shearwater Resort & Marina is located on the Central Coast of B.C., in the Great Bear Rainforest....

 2018-05-26 08:00 

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Tea and Trumpets...

Elephant sighting and tea plantations in surprising Sri Lanka...

 2018-05-26 03:31 

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The Happenings: Three things to do in Vancouver this weekend...

Looking for something to do in Metro Vancouver? Here are three suggestions for the weekend of May 26-27.Bon IverBon Iver's last studio album was 2016's 22, A Million, and the band has t......

 2018-05-26 01:00 

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Editorial: Tackling the plastics threat...

The plastic waste problem is so huge, Victoria's efforts to limit single-use plastics are like spitting on a forest fire, so why bother?Because, even though it is following in Vancouver counc......

 2018-05-26 01:00 

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Stephen Wiseman: How the NDP's school tax hurts us all...

Much has been said lately about the NDP's proposed additional school tax — the measure that will immediately require B.C. homeowners whose annual assessment notices exceed $3 million to......

 2018-05-26 01:00 

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Editorial: MSP should cover PSA test for prostate cancer...

If reporter Larry Pynn's personal and comprehensive five-part series on prostate cancer has raised awareness about the disease and efforts to combat it, his stories may do more than merely in......

 2018-05-26 01:00 

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Letters: Trudeau has not shown leadership on the Trans Mountain expansion controversy...

Re: Rachel Notley: The Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion must be built, Opinion, May 22As far as I'm concerned, our prime minister, Justin Trudeau, and the federal liberals have been totally ......

 2018-05-26 01:00 

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Andrew Petter: The new community builders: universities, colleges and institutes are vital source of social infrastructure...

In a world of globalized commerce and communications, but localized problems, where can we turn for the relationships and social structures that our communities need to thrive?Communities were once......

 2018-05-26 01:00 

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Elizabeth Murphy: B.C. taxes need a 'second look'...

Vancouver has the highest property taxes in Canada. The B.C. property-tax surcharge would further increase this burden and substantially encroach onto the municipal tax base. This regressive provin......

 2018-05-26 00:25 

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South Campbell Heights development sent back to City of Surrey for reconsideration...

You might also like:Metro Vancouver's board has sent a City of Surrey development proposal back to the drawing board, with some directors saying the proposal sends the wrong signal to develop......

 2018-05-25 23:46 

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This Week in History: 1930 A beautiful blueblood falls for a red-blooded brute at the Strand...

The allure of many movies from the 1920s and '30s has faded. But their ads are often fabulous.A good example is Ladies Love Brutes, a comedy-drama that played the Strand Theatre at Georgia an......

 2018-05-25 23:18 

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Vancouver dancers take to the floor for season two of NBC hit World of Dance...

Two Vancouver dance groups will be putting their best feet forward and back and up and down when NBC's World of Dance competition show returns for season two on May 29....

 2018-05-25 23:13 

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Election hopefuls propose using Vancouver school board property as housing for teachers...

The San Francisco story of a high-school teacher making US$65,000 a year who lost her home to foreclosure sent a gasp through The Bay Area that is suffering from a housing crisis in which the gap b......

 2018-05-25 22:48 

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Major fentanyl trafficker sentenced...

A major Coquitlam fentanyl trafficker, who sold more than 50,000 of the deadly pills in a year, was sentenced Friday to 16 years in prison after pleading guilty to drug and firearms charges.B.C. Pr......

 2018-05-25 22:06 

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Millions tuning into Champions League, NFL tuning out anthem protest...

By bringing Real Madrid and Liverpool together in Kiev, the UEFA Champions League Final ushers in 50 days of global television attention for soccer that begins with more than a quarter of a billion......

 2018-05-25 21:34 

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Vancouver doctor fined by College of Physicians and Surgeons for unprofessional conduct...

A Vancouver doctor has been fined $10,000 by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia for failing to provide a medical-legal report in a timely way.Despite numerous reminders......

 2018-05-25 21:32 

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Vaughn Palmer: A timely reminder why 'all votes matter' isn't rhetoric...

A year ago this week, Elections B.C. completed the final count of an election for the ages, the closest in provincial history....

 2018-05-25 20:00 

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International: 20 bestselling books of the week of May 19...

HARDCOVER FICTION1. The 17th Suspect — James Patterson and Maxine Paetro.2. The Fallen — David Baldacci.3. The High Tide Club — Mary Kay Andrews.4. The Crooked Staircase — Dean Koontz.5. Twisted Pr......

 2018-05-25 19:32 

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Evacuation alert lifted for Barnston Island...

Regional officials have lifted the evacuation alert for Barnston Island, in the Fraser River between Pitt Meadows and Surrey.Metro Vancouver says the Fraser River peaked at 5.99 metres at the ......

 2018-05-25 19:09 

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Coroner's inquest to be held into death of man who died in custody...

The BC Coroners Service has scheduled a public inquest into the death of a 42-year-old man from Costa Rica who died while in custody in October.The inquest for Juan Carlos Salvany Sailes will begin......

 2018-05-25 18:29 

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Former B.C. health minister opens up over ministry's firing scandal...

Margaret MacDiarmid, the former Liberal health minister whose political legacy is linked to the health scandal that engulfed B.C.'s Liberal government, has finally opened up about o......

 2018-05-25 18:00 

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Fab 5: Summer scarves...

Who says scarves are only for the winter? In fact, whether it's overzealous office air conditioning or a light evening breeze that hits right in the middle of your dessert course, a lightweig......

 2018-05-25 18:00 

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Anthony Gismondi: B.C. vineyards nervously await critical flowering...

Grapevines across B.C. are getting ready to determine the size of the 2018 crop....

 2018-05-25 18:00 

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Brian Minter: Colour for gardens in times of heat and drought...

It seems we have skipped spring and jumped right into summer heat, and the plants chosen to enhance our patios and gardens need to reflect this reality....

 2018-05-25 18:00 

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Review: Former Carnegie director Ethel Whitty publishes an ambitious debut novel...

The Light a Body RadiatesEthel Whitty | Caitlin Press$24, 288 pagesThere's a saying that everyone has a book in them — and in the case of Ethel Whitty, the former Carnegie Community Cen......

 2018-05-25 17:01 

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U.S. prosecutor says fugitive Ariel Gandulla is in Canada...

Ariel Gandulla is alleged to be one of four men who participated in the vicious killing in 2011 of Camilo Salazar, whose body was found mutilated and charred on a dirt road in South Florida. S......

 2018-05-25 16:54 

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How much would mobility pricing cost you?...

Drivers could end up paying an average of between $3 and $8 per day to get around Metro Vancouver if decongestion charging is introduced in the region. The cost estimates were in a report presented......

 2018-05-25 16:52 

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Hotter and drier than normal summer forecast for B.C....

Environment Canada is predicting a warmer and drier than usual summer for B.C., which is good news for outdoor enthusiasts.But that could mean an increased risk for forest fires in a province where......

 2018-05-25 16:44 

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Meet Emerald, the Vancouver Aquarium's first rescue of 2018...

The Vancouver Aquarium has its first seal pup patient of the year: Emerald, named after the birthstone for the month of May.Emerald was found alone — and in dire need of nutrition &mdash......

 2018-05-25 15:00 

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Timeline of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline...

Key dates in the history of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline....

 2018-05-25 14:00 

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Town Talk: Rolls-Royce enters the ubiquitous SUV market with a biggie...

TRUCKIN' TIME: In the Gotham steak house recently, Brian Jessel auto-dealership partner Jim Murray handed a $200,000 cheque to Pancreatic Cancer Canada Foundation executive director Michelle ......

 2018-05-25 14:00 

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Conversations That Matter: Deadline nears for LNG green light...

For LNG in B.C., it's crunch time. The LNG Alliance says it's time to decide to build the pipelines and plants if B.C. is to be in a position to ship gas overseas in 2023 or 2024, ......

 2018-05-25 14:00 

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Douglas Todd: My father's shock therapy contains cautions for today...

The Riverview Hospital "ward notes" about my father's shock therapy read largely without expression, which, not without coincidence, is how my father came to be."Record of c......

 2018-05-25 13:51 

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Daily Poll: Do you agree with mobility pricing to pay for transit projects, ease gridlock?...

Regional officials are trying to find a solution to pay for transit and transportation improvements, replace Metro Vancouver's gas tax and deal with traffic gridlock. And one proposal be......

 2018-05-25 13:14 

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Vancouver Weather: Cloudy, clearing in the afternoon...

VANCOUVER, B.C. It looks like Friday will be cloudy in the morning, and then clear to sunny skies in the afternoon with a high of 20 C. Environment Canada is forecasting a similar weather p......

 2018-05-25 04:35 

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Premier Horgan rescinds recognition of Vancouver imam after antisemitic, homophobic remarks...

B.C. Premier John Horgan has rescinded a certificate of recognition for a firebrand Vancouver imam after his antisemitic and homophobic slurs were uncovered online.Imam Tarek Ramadan, who preaches ......

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