Concert review: Avril Lavigne performs her greatest hits at tour launch in Vancouver
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by Stuart Derdeyn
2h ago
Avril Lavigne broke into the charts with Complicated. But for her Greatest Hits tour, Canada's pop punk queen kept opening night at Rogers Arena very uncomplicated. Read More ..read more
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Granville Island tenants worried about lack of plan to combat rising sea levels
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by Gordon McIntyre
2h ago
Does Granville Island have a long-term future, or will it slip under the sea like a modern-day Atlantis? Read More ..read more
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What would you rather do? Squirt naloxone up a victim's nose or inject a needle?
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by Lori Culbert
2h ago
In response to the preventable fentanyl-poisoning death of a University of Victoria student, B.C.'s 25 universities and college say they will work together to improve overdose prevention measures on campuses by September. Read More ..read more
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Feds lean on B.C. to produce more critical minerals
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by David Carrigg
10h ago
B.C. is playing a crucial role in the federal government's plan to ensure Canada produces 31 minerals deemed critical to the economic future. Read More ..read more
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Cyberattacks on health authority, province, London Drugs not related: B.C. premier’s office
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by Mike Raptis
13h ago
A state or state-sponsored cybersecurity attack on the government of B.C.’s network is not related to recent ransomware attacks on the First Nations Health Authority and London Drugs networks, according to the premier’s office. Read More ..read more
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Should London Drugs give in to ransom demand after cyberattack?
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by Glenda Luymes
16h ago
As London Drugs faces a $25-million ransom demand from a "group of global cybercriminals," an Internet security expert says he would have been surprised if no demand was made. Read More ..read more
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'People want to connect': Street photographer finds warmth, beauty on Vancouver streets
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by Denise Ryan
16h ago
Once or twice a week Justin Veenema will stand at a busy Vancouver intersection with two cameras sitting low on his hip while he watches people go by. Read More ..read more
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Parks Canada to spend $12M on Sidney Island deer kill, restoration, documents show
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by Lora Grindlay
17h ago
Parks Canada will spend about $12 million on a plan to kill invasive deer and restore native vegetation on Sidney Island, according to documents obtained by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. Read More ..read more
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Converting Vancouver's empty office space to pod hotels could ease hotel crunch, say councillors
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by Tiffany Crawford
18h ago
Two Vancouver city councillors are proposing Vancouver look at changing the building bylaw to make it easier to convert empty, post-pandemic office space to pod hotels. Read More ..read more
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B.C. medical regulator wants unlicensed 'acupuncturist' held in contempt
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by Susan Lazaruk
18h ago
A Richmond man should be held in contempt of court and jailed after he violated a 2016 permanent court injunction banning him from practising acupuncture, according to the regulator for traditional Chinese medicine practitioners. Read More ..read more
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