Rackets & Runners still serving Vancouver after 41 years

When Vanda Borean stepped into Rackets & Runners as a 14-year-old customer in 1980, she was in awe of the sheer number of running

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New Brunswick aims to increase number of newcomers within five years

On the banks of the Saint John River sits a sprawling historic home that has been refurbished into a contemporary yet traditional bed and

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Vancouver Island road where bus rolled has been object of safety complaints for years, say local leaders

The chief councillor of the First Nations in Bamfield, B.C. says the narrow, winding gravel road where two University of Victoria students were killed

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Firefighter’s remains laid to rest 18 years after 9/11, but many still unidentified – National

The family of a New York City firefighter who died on 9/11 said goodbye for a second time this week after his remains were

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Foreign share of oilsands production fell over past 4 years, analysis shows

When it comes to talking about how the northern Alberta oilsands have lost their lustre for foreign investors, Satoshi Abe sounds a lot like

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Café tucked above South Vancouver lumber yard still popular after 60 years

The Northern Cafe and Grill is hard to find and harder to forget. It is somewhat hidden above a hardware store in South Vancouver on a lumber

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Ex-‘Bachelor’ Chris Soules gets 2 years’ probation for fatal hit-and-run crash – National

A judge has approved a plea deal that imposes two years’ probation and a suspended prison term for an Iowa farmer who appeared on

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1st #hashtag used 12 years ago on Twitter

It’s become part of nearly every post shared online; but it’s also made its way into public vernacular. On Friday, Aug. 23, 2019, the

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‘We were probably 15 years too early’: Victoria food delivery company closes as app competitors corner market

If you got food delivered to your door last Friday evening by the Dine In Victoria delivery service, well, you savoured a bit of

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Strata fight forces Langley, B.C. couple out of unsafe townhouse for 2 years

Barb Mykle-Hotzon says her home, which has been gutted by repeated attempts by engineers to find foundation problems, is “ground zero.” Mykle-Hotzon is the owner of a

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