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Struggling Vancouver Canucks try to keep momentum in six-game homestand

VANCOUVER — With wins in two straights, the struggling Vancouver Canucks have returned home with much-needed momentum. But whether they can keep Saturday’s streak against the Pittsburgh Penguins alive remains to be seen. “We need to feel good about our game, feel confident and ready to play. So I think we have a long way … Read more

Struggling Vancouver Canucks try to keep momentum in six-game homestand

VANCOUVER — With wins in two straights, the struggling Vancouver Canucks have returned home with much-needed momentum. But whether they can keep Saturday’s streak against the Pittsburgh Penguins alive remains to be seen. “We need to feel good about our game, feel confident and ready to play. So I think we have a long way … Read more

Struggling Vancouver Canucks try to keep momentum in six-game homestand

VANCOUVER — With wins in two straights, the struggling Vancouver Canucks have returned home with much-needed momentum. But whether they can keep Saturday’s streak against the Pittsburgh Penguins alive remains to be seen. “We need to feel good about our game, feel confident and ready to play. So I think we have a long way … Read more

North Vancouver’s history gets its own spotlight with a new museum

After 20 years of planning, a new cultural center is on the north coast of Vancouver. MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver, dedicated to the city’s past, present and future, will welcome its first visitors on December 4 for a preview period over the winter. The 16,000-square-foot downtown is the latest addition to the Shipyards, a … Read more

North Vancouver’s history gets its own spotlight with a new museum

After 20 years of planning, a new cultural center is on the north coast of Vancouver. MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver, dedicated to the city’s past, present and future, will welcome its first visitors on December 4 for a preview period over the winter. The 16,000-square-foot downtown is the latest addition to the Shipyards, a … Read more

Port of Vancouver truck drivers’ strike averted after agreement reached

VANCOUVER — A strike by container truckers at two companies serving the Port of Vancouver, which was set to begin Friday, will be avoided. Union Unifor says it has reached an agreement with Prudential Transportation at the time of the deadline, avoiding a strike at Canada’s busiest port. That reached an agreement with Aheer Transportation … Read more

Toronto area health unit confirms case of Omicron COVID-19 variant

A Toronto-area health unit has confirmed a case of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, the fifth known case confirmed in the province. The Durham region’s health department says the person who tested positive is a close contact of a traveler who recently returned from a southern African country that Canada considers to be at high risk … Read more

November Home Sales Up Nearly 12% Over Last Year: Vancouver Real Estate Board

VANCOUVER — The Greater Vancouver Real Estate Board says home sales rose nearly 12 percent in November from last year as demand continued to outpace supply. The BC board says sales for the month were 3,428, up from 3,064 last November, but down from 3,494 in October 2021. The board says last month’s sales were … Read more

Roller Coaster Season Raises Future Expectations for Vancouver Whitecaps

VANCOUVER – In a season full of memorable moments, it is a celebration that Vancouver Whitecaps head coach Vanni Sartini will celebrate with the fans. The ‘Caps had just battled the Seattle Sounders to a 1-1 draw to secure their first playoff spot in four years. The final whistle sounded and after a few short … Read more