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  1. National AffairsRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Medincine Hat News

    You may think you've heard it all before, but when you spend two weeks talking politics during an election campaign from British Columbia to Nova Scotia - as I have - it's time to think again. You can hear an immigrant from Trinidad grill Liberal candidate Raj Grewal in a backyard on Bayridge Drive in Brampton East; talk to community elders at an impromptu senior's association meeting, a mela, in Brampton's Red Willow Park; talk to the youngest elected official ever in Canadian history, Burnaby North-Seymour Liberal candidate Terry Beech; move over to Edmonton-Mill Woods to spend time with Amarjeet Sohi, the Liberal candidate who spent 18 months in solitary confinement on a false terrorism charge in India.

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  2. Vancouver mural may make you Jump for JoyRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Canada.com

    Inniskillin Okanagan's Dark Horse Vineyard sits on the Okanagan Valley's newest, and only official appellation, the Golden Mile Bench. Joy. It's all you feel when you look at the mural at 81 West Pender St. in what was once one of the city's darkest corners.

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  3. South Surrey teacher gets intense lesson in historyRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Peace Arch News

    ... to attend the Educators' Seminar, on one of a "handful" of annual scholarships that are funded by local donors. Burnaby elementary teacher Eyal Daniel and Seaquam Secondary's Stephanie Henderson were also selected. According to Adara Goldberg, ...

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  4. Vancouver Fencing Experts Seek to Revive Sagging Reputation of Chain-Link FencesRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Market Wire

    QS Fencing Ltd., a team of Vancouver fencing contractors , understand the chain-link fence isn't exactly eye-candy. While the white picket reigns as the beauty queen of the fencing world, the chain-link is its ugly stepsister, quietly performing the more mundane tasks, such as keeping people away from power plants and construction sites.

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  5. Windscreen Replacement Company Introduces Service in VancouverRead the original story

    Yesterday | Emailwire.com

    ... "The windshield protects people during an accident, especially when it involves a rollover incident," declares Burnaby collision repair specialist, DB Bath. "A chip or a crack reduces that protection considerably, and so does an improperly glued ...

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  6. Youthful elders participate in the 55+ BC GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Globe and Mail

    More than 3,000 athletes at least 55 years young are participating in the 25-sport competition formerly known as the B.C. Seniors Games. North Vancouver is the host city while track and field events are being held in Burnaby. The games run from Aug. 25 to Aug. 29.

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  7. Tim Harper: Conservative candidates running hard - from national mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Chronicle Herald

    ... meeting at a mela in Brampton's Red Willow Park; talk to the youngest elected official ever in Canadian history, Burnaby North-Seymour Liberal candidate Terry Beech; move over to Edmonton-Mill Woods to spend time with Amarjeet Sohi, the Liberal ...

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  8. Answers found in trunk of Elizabeth May's carRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Canada.com

    ... May, flanked by local Green candidates, released the party's housing strategy at a co-housing complex in north Burnaby on Tuesday. It includes the federal government reinvesting in affordable housing and co-ops, increasing access to social housing ...

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  9. Victoria's small but mighty gay sceneRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Xtra!

    Victoria, British Columbia, is popularly conceived of as a quiet retirement community, but there's more to the Garden City than swarms of aging boomers waiting out the clock. While thoroughly modern, Victoria maintains a quaint colonial charm in its historic architecture, manicured public gardens and easily walkable, accessible layout.

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  10. ChristaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | North Shore News

    Competing in the women's 75+ age category, the 78-year-old claimed gold as the only competitor in the 80-metre and 200-m hurdles while winning silver in the 100-m and 200-m sprints and bronze in the long jump and triple jump. Bortignon currently holds 13 age-group world records and is the only masters athlete, male or female, to hold the 100-m, 200-m and 400-m world records in the same age group at the same time.

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  11. Prestige brands converge in downtown VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Canada.com

    A downtown Vancouver shopping district has been named in a recent study as Canada' second-most robust luxury shopping cluster. The area, located roughly between the Fairmont Hotel Georgia on West Georgia Street and the Shangri-La Hotel on Alberni Street, is home to a rapidly expanding number of premium brands, according to the study released Aug. 17 by Winston Collective, a Toronto based retail consulting and services firm.

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  12. Burnaby election updatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Burnaby Now

    Lynne Quarmby, the Green candidate for Burnaby North-Seymour has been keeping busy. Quarmby and Andrew Weaver, the Greens' only sitting MLA in B.C., co-hosted a talk last in North Vancouver last Friday on why the two, both scientists, decided to get into politics.

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  13. My lonely cross-country sojourn in search of a chatty Conservative: Tim HarperRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | The Toronto Star

    You may think you've heard it all before but when you spend two weeks talking politics during an election campaign from British Columbia to Nova Scotia - as I have - it's time to think again. You can hear an immigrant from Trinidad grill Liberal candidate Raj Grewal in a backyard on Bayridge Drive in Brampton East; talk to community elders at an impromptu senior's association meeting, a Mela, in Brampton's Red Willow Park; talk to the youngest elected official ever in Canadian history, Burnaby North-Seymour Liberal candidate Terry Beech; move over to Edmonton Mill Woods to spend time with Amarjeet Sohi, the Liberal candidate who spent 18 months in solitary confinement on a false terror charge in India.

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  14. Time Windows: Edward Mahon: Searching for a legacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Edward relaxes in the drawing room of his Vancouver home. He lived in this house for thirty years, until 1928, when it was demolished to make room for the Marine Building.

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  15. Federal election 2015: Where the leaders are for Aug. 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | The Chronicle Herald

    Both NDP Leader Tom Mulcair and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau venture into Conservative strongholds in Ontario today, where they are expected to trumpet their economic credentials. Conservative Leader Stephen Harper is also expected to boast about his economic credentials when he visits one of the few areas of Quebec where he already has a toe-hold.

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  16. Small Black Build a Bouncy Synth Castle on 'No One Wants It To Happen to You'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Spin

    Sunny-eyed Brooklyn synth-pop act Small Black are back with a new album, Best Blues . We've already heard "Boys Life," a cleanly bopping jaunt that highlights singer Josh Kolenik's warming, spreading depth of range - now they've released "No One Wants It To Happen To You," the album's more guitar-heavy second listen.

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  17. Canadian woman who fought Islamic State says Stephen Harper fear-mongering about terrorismRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | The Georgia Straight

    A Vancouver woman who battled Islamic State fighters on the frontlines of northern Syria is firing shots at how Canada's political leaders are dealing with issues of security and terrorism. Hanna Bohman isn't impressed with either Conservative Leader Stephen Harper or his rivals in the federal NDP and Liberal party.

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  18. Power failures far more common in remote parts of B.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Vancouver Sun

    ... you're on a mobile device, please click here to see the chart. In contrast, the typical Hydro customer in Vancouver/Burnaby suffers only one power interruption every two years, with each interruption lasting just 2.5 hours. That works out to an ...

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  19. Advice of prior inquests not heeded, B.C. advocates sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Globe and Mail

    B.C. Chief Coroner Lisa Lapointe speaks about the B.C. Coroners Service report on child and youth suicide during a news conference in Burnaby, B.C., on Sept. 26, 2013.

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  20. Glacier Media Group changes direction as Postmedia Network Canada...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | The Georgia Straight

    The Globe and Mail 's James Bradshaw has highlighted a serious financial challenge facing Postmedia Network Canada Corp., which owns the Vancouver Sun , Province , and 24 hours newspapers. Postmedia has completed a $316-million purchase of most of the Sun newspaper chain from Quebecor.

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