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1 hr ago | Globe and Mail

B.C. districts hold off telling parents school cancelled due to teachers' strike

Teachers continue their strike outside Burnaby North Secondary School in Burnaby, British Columbia Teachers continue their strike outside Burnaby North Secondary School in Burnaby, British Columbia School districts in British Columbia are holding off telling parents the start of classes will be cancelled next Tuesday amid fresh negotiations aimed ... (more)

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4 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight

Five fun things to do this Labour Day weekend in Vancouver and Burnaby

I have a severe case of social anxiety disorder. So I partake in the company of Escorts.

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4 hrs ago | Vancouver Courier

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Steven Sadurah says new development could boost the fortunes of the Main Street and 49th Avenue area known as Little India.

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4 hrs ago | Canada.com

TaiwanFest focuses on Indie music and social activism

Built circa 1892, 'Wintemute House' is a historical residence in Burnaby, offering a one-of-a-kind tranquil setting complete with magnificent grounds.

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8 hrs ago | Canada.com

Vancouver Island the latest place buzzed by 'creepy' drones

Built circa 1892, 'Wintemute House' is a historical residence in Burnaby, offering a one-of-a-kind tranquil setting complete with magnificent grounds.

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14 hrs ago | Maple Ridge News

New Metro pump station will get water moving

Neighbours seem to be getting used to the idea now that the Barnston Maple Ridge Pump Station at 200th Street and Lougheed Highway is nearing completion.

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19 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

Centre has shows from A to Q this season

From a performance by three of B.C.'s most respected musicians, to a troupe of male Brazilian dancers, to a trip down Broadway's Avenue Q, the Vernon Performing Arts Centre Society is aptly celebrating lucky number 13 with music, theatre, dance, comedic and children's acts, and even a book smack, to keep everyone culturally fulfilled this season.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Canada.com

Cultural innovation: Passion drives new wave of video producers

Hundreds of women, some camping out overnight, stormed into the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre for the annual retail blowout August, 28, 2014.

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Vancouver Courier

Ambitious gelato master thinks outside the cup and cone

James Coleridge serves up gelato, pizza and gelato cocktails at the new Yaletown location of Bella Gelateria.

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The Now Newspaper

Trooper to rock CUPE picnic on Labour Day

White Rock's Ra McGuire and his Trooper bandmates will perform Monday, Sept. 1 during the annual Canadian Union of Public Employees Labour Day Picnic, to take place at Burnaby's Swangard Stadium from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The gathering is sponsored by the B.C. Federation of Labour, the Vancouver & District Labour Council, the New Westminster and ... (more)

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Tri-City News

Vancouver, environmental groups conduct oil spill simulation on Fraser River, Burrard Inlet

On the same day that Kinder Morgan began its surveying work on Burnaby Mountain, the City of Vancouver was holding a pipeline spill simulation on the Fraser River, releasing yellow cards into the tide to estimate the reach of a potential oil spill.

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Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Times

Maple Ridge senior afflicted by 'telethon fever'

Vic Kennedy, who has volunteered with Variety - The Children's Charity for more than four decades, recently received a Telethon Award for his years of service to the charity.

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The Georgia Straight

Movies and music entwine at this year's Taiwanfest

The rather bluntly named Symphony of Movies is billed more specifically as a tribute to Taiwanese filmmakers.

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Burnaby Now

Strata fed up with Habitat for Humanity

The retaining wall beside the playground was damaged after an excavator hit it during Habitat for Humanity's Worker Bee program Aug. 15 and 16. Photograph By Tereza Verenca The retaining wall beside the playground was damaged after an excavator hit it during Habitat for Humanity's Worker Bee program Aug. 15 and 16. Habitat for Humanity's cleanup at ... (more)

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Vancouver Sun

Teachers' dispute clock ticks on start of school year

Some of television's biggest celebrities arrive at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles for the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25, 2014 in Los Angeles.

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GlobalNews

Simulation to show impact of potential oil spill in Burrard Inlet

First Nations canoes paddle on the waters of Burrard Inlet to the Kinder Morgan Burnaby Terminal of the Trans Mountain pipeline, in North Vancouver, B.C., on September 1, 2012.

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The First Perspective-Aboriginal

NEB begins talks with First Nations over controversial pipeline

Canada's National Energy Board began hearings today in Edmonton with First Nations groups as part of its review process regarding Kinder Morgan's proposed Alberta to B.C. coast pipeline expansion project.

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Lake Cowichan Gazette

Healing Sudan's political wounds through culture

Instead of civil war, terrorism and famine, she'd like people to learn about the unique beauty of the confluence of the Nile and Blue rivers in Khartoum, the vast game preserves that protect African wildlife like the rhinoceros and gazelle.

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The Globe and Mail

B.C. students lose faith in teachers' union, government

Teachers continue their strike outside Burnaby North Secondary School in Burnaby Monday, August 25, 2014.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

Lake Cowichan Gazette

Tri-City talent lights up the PNE

The two-week long festival in Vancouver opened on Aug. 16 with a show by Dal Richards, who is marking his 75th year on the PNE stage.

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