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Illegal venomous snakes found in mail Canada Post distribution centre in B.C.

Three mountain pit vipers were inside a package destined for Manitoba.
end-of-summer music releases

We've assembled a hot collection of music released across British Columbia this summer

This hot dry summer, there was more ablaze than the province's forests. Musicians from Victoria to Elkford released new albums showing what rich culture we have here.
a circle of Pemby friends

Pemberton Music Festival wrap-up: Best. Camping trip. Ever.

Fans, friendship and summer dreams in our final recap of 2015’s Pemby Fest.
Hundred Waters performing

15 great indie artists to check at Pemby Fest

A list of 15 of the best underground acts to grace Pemberton in 2015.
Grimes photo by Mac Boucher

Bring Your Own (water) Bottle: a message to music fest-goers

Minimize your environmental impact to maximize good vibes at this year’s Pemberton and Squamish music festivals.
AObeats on his 'A game.'

The dance floor goes cold for Moving Castle Collective

Vancouver is not down with late-night DJ sets on a weeknight.

Reddit raves for hotel hero

Take a moment to appreciate your hotel staff on your next vacation, as one woman in Munich discovered, they could be your guardian angels when a drunk tries to follow you back to your room. A recent...
Waxahatchee performing at the Biltmore Cabaret

Waxahatchee hosts an evening of musically magnificent women

Vancouver twee-rockers Knife Pleats and LA’s defiant-duo Girlpool opened for NY-based Katie Crutchfield (Waxahatchee) at the Biltmore Cabaret.
Mac DeMarco centre stage at Vogue Theatre

Mac DeMarco gives a memorable performance, then drops trou

"The goofball prince of indie rock" entertained his loyal subjects with tomfoolery, class and timeless tunes.
Senate rules expert on stand for third straight day at Mike Duffy trial

Senate rules expert on stand for third straight day at Mike Duffy trial

After all, says Duffy's lawyer Donald Bayne, the nature of those rules is what's at stake in the case.