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Return to Juno Beach: Vancouver vet makes trek back to Normandy 70 years after D-Day

Vancouver Sun reporter Gerry Bellett has written a great story about Vancouver veteran George Chow’s return visit to the beaches of Normandy, 70 years after D-Day (June 6, 1944). 152 more words

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Liberal candidate wins majority of votes in Vancouver-Langara

Moira Stilwell of the B.C. Liberal Party won the majority of votes for Vancouver-Langara. According to B.C. elections, Stilwell took the lead by 53.04 per cent, while NDP candidate George Chow had 38.10 per cent of the votes. 73 more words

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Vancouver-Langara candidates offer ideas for transit improvements

Candidates in Vancouver-Langara — a riding where one in five people commute by transit — have offered voters several ideas for how to improve the public transportation system. 473 more words

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Video: Talking with candidates and voters in Vancouver-Langara

Estefania Wujkiw is a journalism student at Kwantlen Polytechnic University and is covering the Vancouver-Kensington and Vancouver-Langara ridings for The Vancouver Sun.

 

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Education a key issue in Vancouver-Langara

Candidates in the Vancouver-Langara riding have various ideas for how to help post-secondary students, a key issue in the riding as it includes Langara College. 538 more words

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Ellen Woodsworth's last prayer for Vancouver

Vancouver’s non-secular council still holds to a tradition of offering a prayer at the start of every council meeting. Done on a rotational basis, it’s not so much a prayer as an opportunity for councillors to reflect on issues from Remembrance Day to the need for better housing to the need for a kindler, gentler council. 543 more words

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What Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson thinks about some councillors

Really want to know what Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson thinks of some of his councillors?
Well,  George Chow is a raven, David Cadman is a bear, … 230 more words

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