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Sedin twins, Radim Vrbata hope to find that 'weird thing' called chemistry for Canucks

WHISTLER, B.C. — There’s only so much you can communicate.

At some point, all the talk and complimentary individual skill either forms a kind of telepathic bond that can make a three-man unit come together and become magic on the ice, or it doesn’t. 621 more words


Metro Vancouver calls B.C. report on high municipal salaries ‘disrespectful’

Lower Mainland municipalities are riled up over a report stating municipal employee salaries increased much faster than their provincial counterparts over the past decade.

Metro Vancouver, the organization representing 21 area municipalities, believes the Ernst & Young… 194 more words


Molson Canadian "Puck Party" on Wednesday, October 8th!

Keep calm Vancouver-ites, hockey season is right around the corner! Only a few more weeks and we’ll be able to cheer on our home team to victory – and we want you to join us on Wednesday, October 8th, as our Canucks take on the Flames. 270 more words


B.C. archaeologists scour seabed off Haida Gwaii in search for ancient civilizations

A team of archeologists at the University of Victoria may be on the verge of discovering signs of ancient human life at the bottom of the ocean. 407 more words


A Butte-iful Day to be Hiking - Yellow Aster Butte - Sept. 20, 2014

Ok, yes.  It’s a terrible pun.  I didn’t even come up with it on my own; I stole it from ClubTread.  Please don’t hold it against me! 1,414 more words


CP values Arbutus corridor at whopping $400 million

No wonder CP Rail and the city can’t make a deal over the Arbutus corridor.

CP values the 11-kilometre railway through Vancouver’s west side at more than $400 million, quadruple the $100-million asking price previously reported, according to a letter by CEO E. 311 more words