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For most people, a little extra money from the government is something to celebrate, but for Barry Londry, it was the beginning of a bureaucratic nightmare that threatens to make his world a whole lot smaller. Londry, 55, has a heart condition and
City council approved an application to the province on Thursday for $1 million toward construction of a seniors' centre that southeast Vancouver residents have been requesting for more than a decade. Park board has already set aside the land,
Thunderbird elementary school principal Henry Peters was overwhelmed by the response to an appeal Monday for help for his inner-city school where many children go to class hungry. The response has been fantastic, said Peters who Tuesday was trying to
The Waldorf Hotel seen here in East Vancouver, British Columbia, Thursday, October 27, 2011. From Saturday's Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 28, 2011 10:25PM EDT The windows are covered with brown chain link fence at an abandoned warehouse on
The hottest Halloween ticket in town last year was at the Waldorf Hotel, which threw the mother of all Halloween parties to mark the reopening of the East Vancouver tiki landmark. The masses responded by lining up to get in from the afternoon, and
Single-screen movie theatres have all but disappeared from the Lower Mainland, but the Rio Theatre has bucked the odds by offering a mixed menu of movies, live music and special events...The Rio has received approval from Vancouver council for a
There were no working fire alarms in the East Vancouver home where three men died in a house fire last Dec...Garland McKay, Dwayne Rasmussen and Stephen Yellowquill were killed when fire engulfed a rooming house at 2862 Pandora Street in Vancouver.
Foraging and mushrooming are taking off in Vancouver, as more and more people seem to be getting in touch with their inner hunter-gatherer. Chef Robin Kort forages for edible indigenous plants and mushrooms for her Swallow Tail Supper Club menus.
That's the chiding message, in all caps, from one of the many ads in Filipino newspapers, which can be found stacked in ethnic shops throughout many east Vancouver neighbourhoods...They encourage expatriate Filipinos to send their hard-earned money
This 2,184-square-foot house lingered on the market at $825,000, so the price was dramatically reduced and the home relisted at $750,000, aiming to generate multiple offers quickly. More related to this story The tactic caught the attention of Keith