Another tank of laughs with ‘Corner Gas Animated’

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“It seems as though we’ve hit that sweet spot that we were hoping for. People who really enjoyed the original show are liking the new version, and people who...

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Coquitlam reviews housing initiative

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The City has decided to review the program and consult with the community.

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Steep slope development

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Higher walls pose concerns over liveability and aesthetics.

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$15.20 minimum wage coming to BC by 2021

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“It’s good that people are getting more money, but at what cost?” Claire Dookwah, Douglas College student

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BC voting age should be lowered to 16, possibly younger

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

The younger people are when they become involved and educated in politics, the more informed they will be when their voting time comes.

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Homestar Runner: A forgotten relic that should be remembered

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Despite the internet being a very different place now, Homestar Runner should be acknowledged and remembered for the important piece of cultural legacy that it is.

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Hey, girl!

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

“Girl” is a similar expression to “dude” firstly because it is used in friendship and camaraderie.

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A brief history of sandals

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Who knew that the secret to world domination was to have the right footwear?

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KupoCon

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Go big, or go home—except don’t, please come back.

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Great Inclinations: Day-trippin’ in and around Vancouver

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

You might see the words “five-hour hike” and immediately stop reading, but hear me out…

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Consecutive days of good weather fills city with confusion, fear

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“There’s nothing we can do except actually go outside and enjoy the fresh air.” Brad McChinsley, weather reporter.

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East Africa solves famine by ordering Endless Shrimp from Red Lobster

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“I stayed away from the breaded shrimp and the linguini shrimp—those fill you up too quickly!” - John Magufuli

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Narratives abound in latest Amelia Douglas Gallery exhibit

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“As you learn, the learning process, the glass starts to talk to you or speak to you.” -Glassblower Robert Gary Parkes

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‘Infinity War’ manages the impossible: Cohesiveness

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It’s a daring and meticulously well-constructed movie that knows when to pay homage to the source material and when to do something totally new.

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Chairman of the Board: With friends like these…

Illustration by Ed Appleby

“Like many cooperative games, there are a lot of different ways to lose—too many siege engines, too many black swords, or everyone simply dying.”

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