DESIRAE Bock of West Vancouver is about to go on a Disney adventure like no other.
Take a look at the photo at right. That's Pat Chessell, Surrey-based musician, posing in a Gastown alley. Check out the colour scheme behind him, with the green pole and orange-red hue of the stone wall. Kinda looks like an Irish flag, right?
Three friends and business associates from Japan have caught up with each other in Burnaby.
Richmond's Caleb Clarke has joined the national team in Mexico City for a week long training camp leading up to the 2013 CONCACAF U20 Championships which take place Feb. 18 to March 2.
Surrey's Emila Kopcik helped Canada's national synchronized swim team place fourth overall at the 2012 FINA World Trophy in Mexico City last weekend.
Twin brothers Chris and Nick Molnar were learning to skate almost as soon as they could walk. The Burnaby boys started playing hockey at the Burnaby Winter Club and getting coached in figure skating at 8 Rinks before they'd even started kindergarten.
"I am writing as Chair of the St'at'imc Chiefs Council to firmly express, advise and direct the Government of Canada to reject the Foreign Investment Protection and Promotion Agreement [FIPA] with China as the Government of Canada has breached its obligations to consult. . . ."
Anne Callaghan, the United States' Consul General based in Vancouver since Aug. 2011, will be visiting the Royal City on Aug. 13.
The company negotiating with the city to implement a massive public rental bicycle system next spring plans to sell helmets in vending machines to accommodate the province's mandatory helmet laws.
"I'll Have Another," ridden by jockey Mario Gutierrez and already victorious at both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, seeks to become just the 12th horse in history - and the first since Affirmed, way back in 1978 - to accomplish what is widely regarded as the greatest feat in the thoroughbred racing world.
The St. Thomas More Knights football team got a rude awakening prior to a spring scrimmage at Mercer Stadium in New Westminster on Friday.
FOR soccer players around the globe, a berth in the World Cup is the ultimate goal.
From Mexico City to Cornerbrook, N.L. to Harrison Hot Springs, your 2011 version of city council spent a bit of time and money on the road last year, according to the most recent annual report on council remuneration and expenses.
A chilly reception at yoga class was the first thing Jorge Amigo thought of when he read an article in Vancouver Magazine asking "Do Vancouver men suck?"
At the Fei and Milton Wong Experimental Theatre, SFU Woodward's No more shows
Delta police are holding a seminar next week to help local residents make sure they are prepared for an emergency.
There's a belief out there that "child poverty" in Canada doesn't mean the same thing as it does in Third World nations. True, we don't see children lying on the roadside, emaciated, as we have in the Horn of Africa in recent months, or living in garbage dumps like the most impoverished do in places like Mexico City or New Delhi.
re you mad as hell and aren't going to take it anymore?
If the immigrant story is one of sacrifice, persistence and adaptation for a better life, Raul Senties, owner of Ole Ole Mexican Deli on 12th Street, is the embodiment of the immigrant spirit.