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Asian group out with book ahead of next BC Dumpling Fest in Coquitlam

About a year-and-a-half ago, Kirstin Hepburn won a contest to create characters and branding for Coquitlam's inaugural dumpling festival. The event drew some 25,000 visitors to Town Centre Park —...

Chor Leoni welcomes young Metro Vancouver singers for MYVoice

Is there a young tenor, baritone or bass in your house looking for an outlet for choral singing? Young singers interested in being part of a male-voice choir are invited to take part in Chor Leoni’s...

Accommodation tax will soften the blow for Vancouver’s big FIFA bill

The cost to Vancouver taxpayers for the FIFA 2026 World Cup has doubled. The provincial government estimated last spring that it would cost $240 million to $260 million overall to bring the U.S.,...

Lunar New Year: Horoscopes for the Year of the Rabbit

Happy Lunar New Year everyone!  Find your birth year to see what may be in store. This is the nineteenth year of the Lower “8” Cycle of the world. Based on Yi-Jing, while the period between 1984...

Steveston businesses lose real world battle over fantasy TV show, with Disney stuck in middle

Once upon a time, not so long ago, two tenants fought with their landlord over payments from Disney for the filming of hit fairytale TV show OUAT

All eyes on North Vancouver prospect ahead of NHL draft

All-world junior – anticipated to be top pick in June draft – ‘will get deals,’ expert says

Hockey’s Connor Bedard: The buzz, business and benefits

How Vancouver’s homegrown superstar could have a local impact | Submitted

Another Oscar could soon be coming to Vancouver

VFX supervisor Bryan Litson nominated for work on Top Gun: Maverick

Boudreau firing evokes Vancouver Canucks' dubious departures

That Hal Laycoe became the first ex-coach of the Vancouver Canucks on May 2, 1972 wasn’t a big surprise. Under Laycoe for their first two NHL seasons, the Canucks went 44-96-16. They were, after...

Industry stalwart Frank Giustra leaves Thunderbird Entertainment board

Vancouver entertainment business stalwart Frank Giustra has resigned from the board of Thunderbird Entertainment as a result of conflict with the company’s largest shareholder. Giustra, best known...