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The Patricia Theatre was founded in 1913 and entertained customers with silent movies, vaudeville shows and even local boxing matches. The venue has been running continuously since it opened, and still hosts a wide variety of entertainment, from
A growing number of young Canadian families are making the choice to move away from the city to the country to set up homesteads, live off the land and prepare food using traditional methods. Even though Victoria Gazeley grew up on the Sunshine Coast
A float plane bound for Vancouver was forced to make an emergency water landing after losing its propeller mid-flight on Monday. Local resident John Smith said he jumped in his boat and rushed out to help tow the plane and its passengers to safety as
Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail) Arthur Arnold made his conducting debut with the visiting Moscow Symphony Orchestra in 2001 at Amsterdam's prestigious Concertgebouw, where the conductor famously descends
Vancouver's high cost of housing is being cited as the major reason families are pulling their kids out of schools, a new survey from the Vancouver school board shows. The purpose of the report is to pinpoint the cause of the Vancouver School
Like an engaged couple destined for an unhappy marriage, North Vancouver and North Burnaby have little in common and shouldn't be brought together into a single federal electoral district, a parliamentary committee advised in a report tabled Monday.
Liberal leader Gordon Wilson. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press) Gordon Wilson, who led the B.C. Liberals to a 1991 breakthrough that saw them go from zero to 17 seats, is coming home to the party he left over an affair with a fellow MLA and is now
Lillooet must surely rank not only as one of the most dysfunctional municipalities in British Columbia, but in Canada. The civil war between residents and their council only seems to escalate. There are no signs of detente; no outside offers of
Paullene McLeod thinks poor cleaning procedures led to her granddaughter becoming violently ill after a leg operation at B.C Children's Hospital. McLeod's granddaughter, Kailey McLeod, had some hardware replaced in her left femur on Feb. 26. at B.C...
Story In tiny Sidney, a retirement community north of Victoria, the Star Cinema has been trying since May to raise money for two digital projectors and new seats to replace the current worn-out, 30-year-old chairs. With a target of $185,000 (