Old foodies but goodies

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“When we try to do any renovations, we try to stick to what we have and just make it newer, but not replace the history behind it.” Rachel Chen, co-owner...

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New business service opens in Coquitlam

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“Business LinQ is an accessible resource for anyone,” Aaron Hilgerdenaar, business services liaison for the City of Coquitlam

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College administrators hear student feedback at budget consultation

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“I am not a revenue-generating unit,” Christen McDonald, Douglas College international student

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We need a footpath between the Coquitlam campus and SkyTrain station

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It’s a rather undignified way to approach the campus. In fact, it feels like a middle finger to transit users.

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‘No Man’s Sky’ is almost great now

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I think it’s safe to say No Man’s Sky has done an about-face after the release of three massive free updates, and a fourth on the way.

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How can women protect themselves if self-defence weapons are illegal?

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It’s hard to tell who is really being protected under these laws.

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There is luck in everyone’s life whether you believe it or not


I attribute most of my joys and successes—even some fiascos—to luck.

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Stop stigmatizing illegal drug users

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Drugs can be used to dull pain, so why are we focused on treating drug use instead of the reasons why someone uses drugs?

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Reading the stars

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In this advice-driven column that Naylor developed the use of ‘sun signs,’ or what we now recognize as zodiac signs.

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Pre-planning Valentine’s Day with Dine-Out

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With Valentine’s Day approaching you might be feeling pressured to make this particular night extra special for the one you love, or whoever you’re trying to impress off of...

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Sun Yat-sen Garden renamed to Rogers Garden

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In email interviews with the Other Press, activists from Chinatown and across Vancouver called the changes “deeply insulting and grounds for a potential lawsuit,” before their internet connections were...

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Letter to the Editor: Some overdue advice


In all my 37 years of reading your fine publication, the taste of your paper has never gotten any better.

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The best songs to sing in the shower


It’s just you, your own fogged-up reflection, and the steam-muffled echo of your own voice reminding you that you walk alone.

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A note on history: Grammy gaffes from past to present

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However, even in its early years the Grammys faced accusations that their selections were limited and outdated.

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Local comedians try to be profound

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“Everything is satire. People are going to express lots of passionate fake opinions.” – Megan Milton, co-producer

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