2000 miles

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We met, as many do these days, over the internet.

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New Port Moody councillor elected on promise to protect park

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"It’s a really nice place, it would be a shame to see it go.” - Justin Walls

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Advanced education minister meets student representatives

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“It was a good intro-type meeting,” Simka Marshall, chair of the BCFS executive committee

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TERFs are the worst

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Many radical second-wave feminists—colloquially called TERFs, for trans-exclusionary radical feminists—claimed that because trans women “aren’t born women,” they cannot understand the kind of subjection “real” women experience. This thought...

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People who use elevators to travel just one floor are terrible

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The next time you need to go up one floor, and you have the option to take the elevator or the stairs, I implore you, take the stairs. Save...

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Combating stigma through comedy

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“It’s time that we start talking about it. It’s time that we make it … a part of our regular conversation.” – Stephanie Haslam, Interim Manager of Student Engagement

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The affair: East Vancouver style

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The film shows various places in East Vancouver that everyone in the city knows including Chinatown, Pacific Coliseum, and the neighbouring houses that are near the PNE.

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The best Thors waiting for the big screen

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Now is a great time to look at some of the stranger comic book characters to wield the power of Thor.

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Volcano Chicken

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Volcano Chicken is a boneless chicken chicken breast marinated in a very spicy sauce and served with potato slices that are covered in the same spicy marinade.

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Instagram baddies

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The modern popular usage has enclosed itself so the claim to an autonomous style is precarious.

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McBoneface pleads with public to be more considerate this fall

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“I am not spooky. Both my girlfriend and psychiatrist said so.” - John Boney McBoneface

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Correction: Super cool guy did not trip in public

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Many witnesses reported that Harris seemed to have twisted his ankle upon landing, based on the fact that they heard him yell “Ow, my ankle!”

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Indoor sports for the uninclined

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If you’re like me and the idea of weightlifting in a gym feels a little too akin to doing your taxes—but you also fear the wrath of Vancouver’s weather—it...

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Back on track

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I’m not sure if Langara missed the memo on only eating turkey dinner after the games.

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You don’t know how they’re feeling

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

“Any time is a good time to talk about mental health.” - Sarah Hamid-Balma, Mental Health Promotion Director for the Canadian Mental Health Association BC Division

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