The couple will hold joint conversations at the shows and share “stories and inspiring anecdotes that shaped their historic careers in public service, while also discussing issues of the day and looking toward the future,” Live Nation said.
I heard they’re house shopping; ‘No extradition treaty’ is a prerequisite.
There were some tense standoffs in Nanaimo where police swarmed a school after close to two dozen homelessness activists moved in yesterday. They said they were demonstrating against the displacement of those at Nanaimo’s tent city. But as Kendall Hanson reports, the school district and neighbours wanted them gone.
In May 2017, the Delta Police Department received information about a North Delta residence and individuals, some of whom were suggested to be possibly underage, who were alleged to be involved in prostitution. The prostitution operation had been advertised on social media.
St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church is, in its own words, an “affirming church” with “diverse” members and a “progressive” faith. The Vancouver church is also very focused on bringing refugees to Canada.
Despite being in Canada, when Trump won the election, Pastor Dan Chambers compared it to 9/11. In another post, quoting Yoda, he claimed that Americans are “fueled” by “fear of Muslims”.
But it isn’t Americans, or Caucasians, the targets of Chambers’ rant who are protesting these days. It’s the Asian immigrants protesting the murder of one of the daughters of their community by one of Pastor Dan’s Syrian refugees.
When Corey Widen let her eight-year-old daughter take the family dog for a short stroll alone, she probably never expected it to cause an uproar.
The plaza adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre is now šxʷƛ̓exən Xwtl’a7shn. The name is linked to the plaza’s past use as a gathering place for the Walk for Reconciliation.
The Vancouver Art Gallery’s north plaza has been named šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énḵ Square, which refers to a place for a cultural gathering such as a wedding or funeral.
“Don’t approach the monkey. There is a chance you can get bitten. We wouldn’t want to see someone get injured or get any disease transfer that is possible.”
The City of Vancouver kicked off a year-long celebration of LGBTQ contributions to the cultural fabric of the city, proclaiming 2018 to be the ‘Year of the Queer’.
The city raised rainbow and trans flags in front of City Hall on Wednesday to mark the year-long celebration. Two-spirited flags were also crafted and on display at the event.
#BLM and #Antifa complaints in 3-2-1…
The City of Vancouver says it is the first city in the world to approve a comprehensive zero waste strategic plan aimed at reducing single-use bags, cups, take-out containers, utensils and straws.
‘We’ve never had a non-white male mayor,’ says Vancouver Coun. Andrea Reimer
These people are criminals and professional activists who aren’t even from British Columbia, but that’s not what the media tells you.
As the debate over rising real estate prices and housing unaffordability continues in Metro Vancouver, some in the Chinese Canadian community say they feel unfairly targeted as the root of the problem.
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson says the current approach to the national opioid crisis is not working and he believes decriminalizing illicit drugs would be a “lifesaving shift” in stemming the tide of opioid deaths in Canada.
Vancouver’s social policy director, Mary Clare Zak, said that making all drugs legal will help reduce the number overdoses.
Despite having two drug injection sites that the Trudeau government insists “save lives,” people continue to die of drug overdoses at record rates in Vancouver, British Columbia. During the first half of 2017, 780 people have died from using illegal drugs — 88 percent more than the same period in 2016.