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It's the most natural of symphonic/pyrotechnic pairings fireworks and Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture but how often do you get to experience them together, live? It happens on Vancouver Island every summer with the Victoria Symphony Splash, billed as the
Doug Clement 4 x 440-yards relay silver medal Aug. 7, 1954 still stands as the single most-significant track and field day ever experienced by Doug Clement. That's a remarkable statement, given the thousands of track meets he has witnessed since.
Story Infographic Sea otter homecoming progress Sea otter homecoming progress Playing with beluga whales and feeding sea otters is all in a day's work for a marine mammal trainer. But Vancouver Aquarium trainer Kristi Heffron says there is more to
Demonstrators took to Vancouver streets Tuesday to rally against the Northern Gateway pipeline, which would carry oil from Alberta to northern B.C. for shipment overseas. Ottawa has given Enbridge conditional approval for the project. CP Video Video
I had returned from a three-month trip to the Canadian Arctic and was in Vancouver, meeting up with family and friends before returning to Japan. One of those friends was Wilf Wakely, who I'd known since 1975 when I was the assistant manager and he
The District of Tofino and The Land Conservancy are facing off over the future of a two-acre waterfront site that may be put on the market. Tofino issued a statement this week blasting Victoria-based TLC for what it considers inappropriate plans for
PT Long before the current crop of Canadian superstars, there was Bobbie Powell who made it all the way to the Wimbledon semi-finals before falling in the Battle of Vimy Ridge. (CBC) With Canadians seizing the spotlight at Wimbledon this week, some
British Columbia Demonstrators took to Vancouver streets Tuesday to rally against the Northern Gateway pipeline, which would carry oil from Alberta to northern B.C. for shipment overseas. Ottawa has given Enbridge conditional approval for the project.
On a fine June morning 100 years ago, when the Old World felt the first shudder of its passing, a chubby war-despising heir to the Austro-Hungarian empire which dominated Central Europe sent a telegram congratulating his eldest son Max on his
EDT Last updated Friday, Jun. 27 2014, 11:29 AM EDT The beachfront at Wya Point Resort. The bald eagle flew straight at us, its gaze unnervingly direct. A metre or so from our stunned faces, it wheeled upward and away, swooping over to a bathtub-