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Rock legend and former Police frontman Sting will play an intimate show at Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom on Feb. 1 as part of his 57th & 9th Tour. There will be ticket presale …
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Vancouver police issue Canada-wide arrest warrant for high-risk sex offender
A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a high-risk sex-offender who failed to return to his halfway house Wednesday night. Darren Wheatley, a convicted sex offender serving a 10-year s…
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B.C. reports invasive mussels on 17 watercraft inspected this past boating season
The B.C. government announced Thursday it discovered invasive mussels on 17 watercraft inspected this past boating season. That number represents well under one per cent of the 24,500 wat…
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Efforts begin to reposition, raise sunken tug near Bella Bella on B.C. coast
BELLA BELLA — Work is underway to reposition a submerged tug before lifting it from waters off British Columbia’s central coast. Ayla Brown of the Heiltsuk First Nation says salvag…
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Retired B.C. teachers cheered, hugged and in several cases wept after the Supreme Court of Canada ruled in their favour in a lengthy battle with the B.C. government over class sizes and other worki…
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No plan for the Queen to visit Canada for 150th anniversary celebration
VICTORIA – Queen Elizabeth II won’t travel to Canada to mark its 150th anniversary next year, says Buckingham Palace, dashing hopes of royal watchers that the aging …
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Warm, wet November breaking B.C. records, disrupting wildlife behaviour
Unseasonably warm weather — so unseasonable that Tuesday’s daytime high broke all records for November going back to 1936 — has settled over B.C. for the last 10 days, disrupting not only the…
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$7-million collection of rare indigenous art donated to UBC's Museum of Anthropology
An anonymous donor has given the Museum of Anthropology at the University of B.C. more than 200 pieces of indigenous art worth an estimated $7 million. It is believed to be one of the largest colle…
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Timeline of dispute between B.C. Teachers' Federation and B.C. government
The decision by the Supreme Court of Canada Thursday is the latest twist in a protracted labour dispute between the BC Teachers’ Federation and the B.C. government that has lasted more than 1…
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Vancouver police investigating 25 'suspicious fires' at vacant homes
Vancouver police are appealing to public to find the person or persons responsible for starting as many 25 fires at vacant houses throughout the city this year. Since Oct. 23, Vancouver firefi…
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B.C. teachers win landmark Supreme Court of Canada victory - OTTAWA – Retired B.C. teachers cheered, hugged and in several cases wept after the Supreme Court of Canada ruled in their favour in a lengthy battle with the B.C. government over class sizes and other working conditions. The 7-2 decision came less than a half hour after lawyers representing lawyers for the B.C. Teachers’ Federation, and union groups across the country, argued that Victoria violated the teachers’ constitutional rig...
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Eastern and Western mysticism flow to sound of the flute - Norbert Rodenkirchen Nov. 15, 2:30 p.m. | Center for Peace Nov. 16, 7:30 p.m. | Christ Church Cathedral Norbert Rodenkirchen is enamoured by the vital way that flute music has shaped Eastern and Western spirituality. The acclaimed German flutist will be exploring both mystical traditions in Vancouver, where he will play contemplative flute in two different spiritual venues, at a yoga gathering and in a downtown Christian sanctuary. ...
“I deeply hope to reach the inner soul of the listeners,” says Norbert Rodenkirchen, who will be playing mystical flute music in Vancouver on Nov. 15th and 16th.
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