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Seattle World Cup organizers reveal plans for 2026 hosting

Seattle World Cup organizers reveal plans for 2026 hosting

Vancouver was announced one of 16 FIFA host cities back in June 2022, but few details of its hosting plans have been made public
Satanic panic: Documentary takes a new look at Michelle Remembers book

Satanic panic: Documentary takes a new look at Michelle Remembers book

Satan Wants You, which premières Friday at The Vic Theatre, points to Michelle Remembers as Ground Zero of the Satanic panic that gripped North America in the 1980s
Ryan Reynolds among Vancouver ‘superheroes’ named to the Order of British Columbia

Ryan Reynolds among Vancouver ‘superheroes’ named to the Order of British Columbia

Congrats Mr. Reynolds!
Prince George Indigenous woman gets $10k to create docu-series

Prince George Indigenous woman gets $10k to create docu-series

Sara Jones is a recent recipient of the Telus STORYHIVE Voices grant program
Writers strike delays series based on Prince George couple who owned brothel

Writers strike delays series based on Prince George couple who owned brothel

At least one major streaming platform is interested in Tammy and Cameron Thun's true-life tale of prositution, drug-dealers, corrupt politicians and violent criminals in the Dominican Republic.
Burnaby NOW moves to digital-only format

Burnaby NOW moves to digital-only format

Next Thursday's print edition will be the last.
Kirk LaPointe: Meta does to news what Ottawa thought it wouldn't

Kirk LaPointe: Meta does to news what Ottawa thought it wouldn't

The Trudeau government has misjudged the tech titans and threatened Canadian journalism.
Bryan Adams, Blondie to play philanthropic Stanley Park concert

Bryan Adams, Blondie to play philanthropic Stanley Park concert

Beedie-produced event has so far raised $1 million for Greater Vancouver Food Bank
Gastown eatery and live music venue quietly shuts down after just one year

Gastown eatery and live music venue quietly shuts down after just one year

It only lasted about one year.
Thomson Reuters turns second-quarter profit, reports revenue up from year ago

Thomson Reuters turns second-quarter profit, reports revenue up from year ago

TORONTO — Thomson Reuters Corp. says it earned a second-quarter profit of US$894 million as its revenue rose two per cent compared with a year ago. The company, which keeps its books in U.S. dollars, says the profit amounted to US$1.