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Hastings-Sunrise: Then and Now

Photographer Rebecca Blissett documents how times have changed in the Hastings-Sunrise neighbourhood, matching archived images from the Vancouver Public Library of streets, ...

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Honda Celebration of Light fireworks light up English Bay Saturday

James Bond fans will appreciate the pyrotechnics United Kingdom-based Pyro 2000 will present Saturday night - they're the opening act of this year's Honda Celebration of ...

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A stowaway's short, brutal life in Vancouver

The nightmare began when John Salilar shut his eyes.

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West End: Queer history photo gallery

Retired librarian, archivist and West End resident Ron Dutton says the city's queer communities have many milestone anniversaries to celebrate now and in the near future, ...

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A Rose Street by any other name...

Rose Street looks like it started out with every intention of being a street, then changed its mind halfway across and turned into a back alley.

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Marpole residents pan draft community plan

Dozens of yellow sticky notes plastered on the draft Marpole Community Plan open house display boards Wednesday evening revealed the position and mood of the crowd...

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Catapulting chickens part of weird restaurants show

Fans of celebrity chef Bob Blumer weren't surprised to see him Monday night sporting a helmet with a pig's head impaled on a large spike, or later, witness him challenge an ...

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Photo Gallery: Shiver me timbers

Photo Gallery: Shiver me timbers

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Sunset Nursery spreads beauty across the city

The incessant downpour of the past eight months is hopefully at an end. Sunshine is spreading over the city. Yes, the long-awaited West Coast summer will be soon upon us.

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Catapulting chickens part of weird restaurants show

Fans of celebrity chef Bob Blumer weren't surprised to see him Monday night sporting a helmet with a pig's head impaled on a large spike, or later, witness him challenge an ...

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Aging fire halls eyed for new rental housing

As the City of Vancouver looks for innovative ways to build affordable housing, the city's aging fire halls are being eyed as potential sites to incorporate renters with ...

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Oakridge development plan under the microscope

Danny Kornfeld stands on his fifth-floor balcony overlooking an almost-empty parking lot near The Bay at Oakridge Centre.

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