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Vaisakhi Parade to celebrate Sikh holy day on April 10

The annual Vancouver Vaisakhi Parade is quickly approaching on Saturday, April 10.  Thousands of people from the Lower Mainland come out to the parade to celebrate the holiest day on the Sikh...

London Drugs to host book signing with Miss604, Rebecca Bollwitt

Bookstores are so yesterday. A popular local blogger and a drug store chain mix it up for a blogging book's launch and sale.

Bard on the Beach celebrates Shakespeare's birthday April 22 with eggs benedict and season preview

At only $40 a ticket, Bill's birthday breakfast will be festive and informative, Bard on the Beach organizers say.

Women Partied and Were Called Bad Girls. A Man Partied and Was Called Hot. Why?

It can't be easy being Marie-Philip Poulin. Female athletes can't just be.  Not without  so many of us passing judgement on their choices, actions and ultimately, their legitimacy....

Alice Munro: A Tribute

Tonight was high Canadianism at its best. One of literature’s greatest writers, who was named by The Atlantic as the author most likely to be read in 100 years was praised tonight by a not-so-...
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