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  1. Vancouver church homeless shelter running out of cashRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Vancouver Courier

    The race is on for First United Church to house dozens of homeless residents before it loses its provincial government shelter funding at the end of March. The church, at the corner of East Hastings Street at Gore, has been a refuge for at least 200 people a night for the past three years after it was asked by the city to become a temporary shelter for the homeless.


  2. Wet and windy weather across B.C.'s south coast leads to ferry cancellationsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    The City of Vancouver, including Burnaby, New Westminster and the northern sections of the Sunshine Coast, could see 50 mm of rainfall on Sunday. The heavy rains are expected to ease off by Sunday night.


  3. Gas price fixingRead the original story

    Saturday |

    Well, it looks like the Okanagan has been chosen again to rip us off at the pumps ok, Vancouver is in it as well. I don't know about Chilliwack which is usually rather on the low side.


  4. New lounge inspired by eccentric billionaire Howard HughesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | Vancouver Courier

    HJU:Z at the Westin Bayshore pays homage to the time Hughes arrived at the hotel unexpectedly in 1972 and stayed for six months The spill tray on the bar at HJU:Z is inscribed with Howard Hughes' favourite motto, "Rules Don't Apply." Photo Sandra Thomas Scrambled duck egg with Canadian sturgeon caviar, citrus whipped cream, scrambled egg and frisA e salad at HJU:Z.


  5. The Polygon Gallery: a game changer across the waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The Globe and Mail

    Visitors at the new Polygon Gallery will be treated to jaw-dropping views of the Vancouver skyline to the south. It's a safe bet that many of the people who visit the Polygon Gallery for its free opening this weekend will be motivated by curiosity about the building.


  6. Quick sale for unlisted Vancouver condoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The Globe and Mail

    The action: The seller was the first owner of the property, but needed to sell in order to relocate to another city. The buyers were a young couple looking for a spacious one-bedroom close to work.


  7. Burnaby run pays tribute to Mountie, supports Honour HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Burnaby Now

    Mounties and other first responders along with their friends and families took to the trails at Burnaby's Deer Lake Park last weekend to pay tribute to a fallen comrade. The following year, Oliver's family and friends partnered with Burnaby RCMP and the Honour House Society, and organized the first Adrian Oliver Memorial Run in recognition of his service and the service of all first responders who have died in the line of duty.


  8. Gastown's Acme Cafe announces it's closing its doors on November 28Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | The Georgia Straight

    Acme Cafe, a restaurant serving comfort food with the feel of an old-fashioned diner, revealed on Instagram today that it's going out of business. "It is with very mixed feelings that we announce that Acme has been sold.


  9. Canadian startup ClickDishes announces partnership with CF Pacific CentreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 | PR Log

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Nov. 15, 2017 - PRLog -- ClickDishes is happy to announce a partnership with CF Pacific Centre, marking the centre's new Urban Eatery as one of the first smart food courts in Western Canada. The new partnership is just one feature of the shopping centre's recently completed renovation and launch of their new Urban Eatery space.


  10. The City of Vancouver wants your feedback on these 5 transportation projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 | CBC News

    The City of Vancouver is seeking the public's feedback on a variety of transportation projects in the City. From the Northeast False Creek lands to bike lanes and mobility pricing, the city is looking to make streets and spaces more inviting and sustainable.


  11. City considers bike lane on Cambie BridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 | Westender

    According to the city, over the past decade the number of people walking or cycling over the Cambie Bridge has steadily increased. Photo Dan Toulgoet The City of Vancouver is holding a number of public events in the coming days and weeks aimed at getting feedback on five proposed transportation-related projects.


  12. Wedding show keeps getting bigger_2Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 | Burnaby Now

    Claire Telan tries on a wedding dress at the Luxx Nova booth. The Vancouver-based online wedding dress retailer was one of more than 40 vendors that took part in the fifth annual Burnaby wedding show and swap on Sunday, Nov. 12. Claire Telan tries on a wedding dress at the Luxx Nova booth.


  13. Matie M. (Ruprecht) WalkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 14 | Salem News

    Matie was born at her home in Chicago Ill., July 10, 1913, to Frederick Albert and Anna Louise Ruprecht. Matie was named after a favorite aunt and was quite used to having her name misspelled and mispronounced.


  14. Bike to Leadership program teaches skills in safety, lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | The Columbian

    Clark County is always hungry for donations, according to vice president Peter Van Tilburg. The grass-roots nonprofit group was housed for years in the former Hough Pool -- bikes were stored and workshops held literally at the bottom of the empty swimming pool -- but then it moved to donated warehouse space at 1604 Main St. that's owned by Burgerville.


  15. Trail running society raising funds and awarenessRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | North Shore News

    Heather Bretschneider of Run Wild Vancouver Society poses in front of Two Lions Public House in North Vancouver. The society, which focuses on raising awareness for safe trail running, is hosting its third annual Fundraiser Benefiting Search and Rescue there on Nov. 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. All proceeds go towards supporting local search and rescue groups.


  16. 57 artisan markets and pop-up shops happening in Metro Vancouver this holiday seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | The Georgia Straight

    Braving the mall during Christmas is no small feat. With hoards of frantic shoppers flooding parking lots, corriders, and store after store after store, you should consider yourself lucky if you finish the day without a breakdown.


  17. Boats, buses, and trainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | Squamish Chief

    Then in 1959, a road link to the Lower Mainland was finally established and Squamish residents have complained about it ever since. Now with the new highway and more people commuting to Vancouver and Whistler than ever before, the irony is, Squamish may need a train or ferry or both to help alleviate the pressure.


  18. 12 of the world's most enticing food and drink trailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | WTKR-TV Norfolk

    Culinary trails pull together the best of a region's food and drink offerings, whether it's to showcase a specific food item or cuisine or to highlight the diversity of local producers. Around the world, these self-guided touring routes give visitors and residents alike an alternative - and flavor-filled - way to experience an area, while discovering something about its culinary heritage.


  19. Preview: 2016 Honda Civic Coupe kicks it up a notchRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2016 | The Toronto Star

    The sportier version of the Honda Civic is making its return, just don't expect to get it with a manual transmission yet. The Civic Coupe's sporty configuration is ideal for the twisty portions of British Columbia's Sea to Sky highway.


  20. Road trip: B.C.'s Sea to Sky Highway in a 2015 Chevrolet TraverseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2015 | The Toronto Star

    No lover of heights, I was not sorry to get back behind the wheel after a stop at the popular Sea to Sky Gondola. My name may be Bond, but I sure don't want no Skyfall.