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  1. Canada attracts record number of international retailers in 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Richmond News

    Miniso vice-president of development Yi Ma told Business in Vancouver in 2017 that he expected to have 15 Metro Vancouver stores by late-summer 2018 Canada attracted a record 40 new international retailers in 2017, and Vancouver lured 11 of those brands as the first Canadian port of call, according to the CBRE study How Global is the Business of Retail. Toronto was the overwhelming choice for new retailers and attracted all 40 of the brands that chose to expand to Canada.

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  2. Now 25 years in, Bettman is never off as NHL commissionerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Times

    ... Commissioner Gary Bettman pauses during a news conference before game 1 of NHL Stanley Cup final hockey game, in Vancouver, British Columbia. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press via AP, File) less FILE - In this June 1, 2011, file photo, NHL Commissioner ...

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  3. Burnaby MP Terry Beech addresses protests in his riding, Trans Mountain pipeline issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Burnaby Now

    ... concerns and turned it into this 18-page document, which I later presented at a Trans Mountain hearing in North Vancouver. After the decision was made, I had to take a step back. There've been a lot of protests here since then, especially in March. ...

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  4. Fay Nass and SD Holman watch as Stewart Gonzales blesses "Year of the Queer" celebrations.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vancouver Courier

    Moments before the pride flag is raised to full mast at city hall, it nearly knocks one queer organizer over as photographers rush to catch a historical moment. "Stop trying to erase queer people of colour!" Anoushka Ratnarajah yells, partially at the flag threatening to push the biracial queer artistic director of Vancouver's Queer Film Festival out of the picture.

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  5. Mayoral candidate promises lobbyist registry, conflict-of-interest rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vancouver Courier

    ... reporters Thursday on the back steps of city hall. "For example, of the $6 million raised and spent in the last Vancouver election, two-thirds came from corporations, most representing real estate industry interests." Stewart acknowledged the ...

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  6. Invasive Japanese beetle lands in Vancouver; city parks to be sprayedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vancouver Courier

    Province orders city to spray 19.3 hectares of public land with larvacide in attempt to eradicate beetle before it spreads The Japanese beetle, an invasive pest that can significantly damage plants, gardens and agricultural crops, has been found in Vancouver. Photo Dan Toulgoet "This is a very serious pest," said Dr. Jane Pritchard, director of plant and animal health, and chief veterinary officer, with the Ministry of Agriculture.

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  7. Truck dumps 40,000 pounds of feathers on highwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Texarkana Gazette

    ... a guardrail and overturned. The truck was hauling the feathers from a poultry facility to a rendering company in Vancouver, British Columbia. (Joshua Morgan/KOMOnews.com via AP) FEDERAL WAY, Wash. - A tractor-trailer made a fowl mess when it rolled ...

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  8. Tommy Chong reflects on pot's evolution as he turns 80Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cape Breton Post

    ... Hot 100 in 1968. When no other hits followed, Motown dropped the group, and the Canadian-born Chong returned to Vancouver, British Columbia, where he ran a pair of strip clubs with his brother. There he crossed paths with Richard Marin, a ...

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  9. Inquiring Reporter: Should buildings be forced to accept pets?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North Shore News

    Tristan Olk, North Vancouver: "They should have the right to say yes or no to pets, but I think if you're paying a damage deposit anyway, pets should be allowed. Pets are like people's children."

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  10. SULLIVAN: Story of couple who had everything stolen has left big impressionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North Shore News

    Visiting New Zealand couple Brad Hawkins and Molly Tame had their car stolen in Vancouver and lost all their worldly possessions hours before their flight home. photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News I'm talking about the story of Brad Hawkins and Molly Came , an impossibly photogenic couple from New Zealand who had all their stuff stolen - their car and everything in it - from a parking garage on Denman Street, on the eve of their flight back home.

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  11. North Van school counsellors voice concerns over possible funding cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North Shore News

    School counsellors recently packed a North Vancouver school district board meeting to voice concerns about possible cuts to their positions. file photo Cindy Goodman, North Shore News North Vancouver school trustees are asking staff to take a close look at the school district's preliminary budget figures for next year after school counsellors packed a board meeting to voice concerns about possible cuts to their positions.

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  12. City of North Vancouver seeks injunction forcing pot shops to shutterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North Shore News

    The Herban Art Collective is one of four pot shops the City of North Vancouver is aiming to close with a court injunction. photo Cindy Goodman The Lotusland Cannabis Club is one of the pot shops being targeted by the City of North Vancouver's court petition.

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  13. North Vancouver parent wins Rick Hansen Difference Maker awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North Shore News

    North Vancouver parent and BC Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils director Karen Nordquist was recently awarded the Rick Hansen Difference Maker award for helping to foster positive change in her community and throughout British Columbia. Rick Hansen personally presented the award to Nordquist at the BCCPAC Spring Conference with close to 200 parents, educators and public education advocates in attendance.

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  14. Vancouver, Squamish pipeline challenges dismissed by court in B.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Courier

    ... January 2017, about two months after the federal government gave the project the green light. A central issue in Vancouver's argument was whether B.C. erred when it primarily relied on the National Energy Board review. The city argued B.C. was ...

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  15. Heritage Asian Eatery will bring its comfort food to Mount Pleasant this fallRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Georgia Straight

    Baos , rice bowls, and dumplings found at a popular Coal Harbour food spot will be heading to another neighbourhood in the city come fall. Heritage Asian Eatery is prepping to open its second location in Vancouver later this year, which is conveniently situated next to the Broadway-City Hall Canada Line station.

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  16. New sneakerhead concept Grail opens first location on Vancouver's South GranvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Georgia Straight

    Diehard sneakerheads have a new store to frequent in Vancouver with the launch of Grail , a footwear retailer that now calls the tony South Granville 'hood home. The 3,100-square-foot shop is the first brick-and-mortar outpost for the Canadian concept, which describes itself as an "interactive retail environment" that "celebrates sneaker culture, art, and community".

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  17. Truck dumps 40,000 pounds of chicken feathers on highwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SFGate

    ... a guardrail and overturned. The truck was hauling the feathers from a poultry facility to a rendering company in Vancouver, British Columbia. (Theron Zahn/KOMOnews.com via AP) less In this Wednesday, May 23, 2018, photo provided by KOMOnews.com, ...

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  18. Modular housing for homeless planned for Burnaby, B.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    The province announced that it will invest $7.6 million to build 52 units at 3986 Norland Street west of Burnaby Lake. The site will be operated by the non-profit Progressive Housing society and, like other modular projects around Metro Vancouver, will provide around-the-clock support to help residents maintain their housing and transition into permanent housing once they're able.

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  19. Stanford's Taylor, Wertz earn Pac-12 men's rowing honorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Palo Alto Weekly

    ... All-Conference Team on Thursday: Stephanie Grauer, Meg Saunders and Leigh Warner. Stephanie Grauer, a junior from Vancouver, British Columbia, earns her second straight All-Pac-12 honor. She rowed in the varsity eight all season, competing in the ...

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  20. The pipeline project: How we got hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    ... system is embedded within everyday lives and within the fabric of B.C. and beyond. The next time you fly from Vancouver International Airport, consider how the fuel for your aircraft got to the airport. It arrived via a 41-kilometre pipeline through ...

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