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Young Indigenous artist to present at UBC's upcoming Environment Festival

Young Indigenous artist to present at UBC's upcoming Environment Festival

Tsleil-Waututh Nation artist Gordie Dick will present a climate-conscious art workshop at the UBC-held event, designed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the UN Environment Programme.
Lawsuits describe couple’s frantic escape from deadly Capilano River flooding event

Lawsuits describe couple’s frantic escape from deadly Capilano River flooding event

“When he turned his head around, he saw a wall of water rushing toward them, and he yelled to his wife sitting beside him to run," Mateusz Wiack's lawsuit reads
Watch: 'Let's riot' - Vancouver concert-goers break out into violence after headliner cancels

Watch: 'Let's riot' - Vancouver concert-goers break out into violence after headliner cancels

"Garbage bins and food vendor kiosks were overturned and damaged during the chaos" says the VPD
Indigenous rugby program returns from U.S. tour with new-found cultural pride

Indigenous rugby program returns from U.S. tour with new-found cultural pride

The road trip saw two buses, six cars, and a caravan take the Indigenous youth-focused rugby team to California, where they battled it out in the LA Sevens Invitational tournament.
Keith Baldrey: Wooing general public will be a taller order for Poilievre

Keith Baldrey: Wooing general public will be a taller order for Poilievre

For the new Opposition leader, winning the Tory leadership race was one thing; winning a federal election will be another.
Garden to Table: Nonna knows best when it comes to preserving tomatoes

Garden to Table: Nonna knows best when it comes to preserving tomatoes

Homegrown or purchased in bulk from farmers' markets, tomatoes canned in their gorgeous skins will retain their nutritional benefits. 🍅
Vancouver's weather to stay sunny, warm all week

Vancouver's weather to stay sunny, warm all week

Mid-September looks to stay sunny.
Letters: Leave our North Shore library administration as is

Letters: Leave our North Shore library administration as is

While columnist Kirk LaPointe argues for a leaner library management structure, these letter writers say to close the book on that conversation 📕
Time Traveller: Capilano University's permanent campus opens in 1973

Time Traveller: Capilano University's permanent campus opens in 1973

This is how the first permanent campus of Capilano Community College, as it was called back then, looked when it opened nearly 50 years ago
North Shore homelessness initiative helps fill gaps in community outreach

North Shore homelessness initiative helps fill gaps in community outreach

The co-ordinated effort between 5 local governments has brought in nearly $3M in funding, which has allowed critical outreach staff to be hired