Canucks Announce 2022.23 Pre-Season Schedule

Canucks Announce 2022.23 Pre-Season Schedule

Vancouver, BC – The Vancouver Canucks announced today their 2022.23 pre-season schedule, beginning on Sunday, Sept. 25 with two split squad games (home and road) against the Calgary Flames, and concluding on Friday, Oct. 7 vs the Arizona Coyotes at Rogers Arena . Vancouver will play seven pre-season games in total, including four as the … Read more

Flight delays and cancellations, missing luggage disrupt air travel over Canada Day long weekend

Flight delays and cancellations, missing luggage disrupt air travel over Canada Day long weekend

Travelers Michael and Patricia Bears, from Calgary, wait for in line at WestJet for another hotel voucher, after being stuck at Toronto Pearson International Airport in Toronto, July 2.Tijana Martin/The Globe and Mail Dressed in clothing from the previous day, Michael and Patricia Bears stood in a long, snacking line among other travelers waiting to … Read more

Memorial growing for cyclist killed in downtown Vancouver – BC

Memorial growing for cyclist killed in downtown Vancouver – BC

A cyclist killed in an accident in Yaletown earlier this week has been identified as a UBC economics student. A memorial for Agustín Beltrán is growing at Pacific Boulevard and Hornby Street. Read more: Fatal crash involving cyclist and semi-truck in downtown Vancouver, police investigating The 28-year old Vancouver School of Economics student died on … Read more

When does a new country feel like home? Canadian immigrants on the moment they knew they belonged here

When does a new country feel like home?  Canadian immigrants on the moment they knew they belonged here

Tijana Martin and Cole Burston/The Globe and Mail, handouts When does a new country begin to feel like home? Is it when you become a citizen, learn a new language, vote in your first election or something more personal? The Globe asked readers who weren’t born in Canada but live here now to share their … Read more

Heat warning issued for Metro Vancouver, first hot stretch of summer – BC

Heat warning issued for Metro Vancouver, first hot stretch of summer – BC

Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for Metro Vancouver for the first hot stretch of the summer. The warning issued Sunday is in place until Monday for Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, the North Shore, Coquitlam Maple Ridge, Surrey, Langley, Richmond and Delta. Read more: As heat waves get hotter, experts warn against becoming ‘air … Read more

Mother of missing BC Indigenous woman pleads for help; VPD releases new information – BC

Mother of missing BC Indigenous woman pleads for help;  VPD releases new information – BC

The Vancouver Police Department and the mother of a missing woman have released a new video documenting the last known whereabouts of Tatyanna Harrison. Harrison has been missing for more than seven weeks and was last seen in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. “Each day that passes without finding Tatyanna increases our concern for her well-being,” Const. … Read more

Rising rates and cooling market increase financial risk of home renovations

Rising rates and cooling market increase financial risk of home renovations

Hillary and Andrew Strack-Cheng with their kids Leland and Juniper in their home on June 22.Cole Burston/The Globe and Mail Home renovations can be unpredictable and anxiety-laden at the best of times. But soaring costs, rising interest rates, cooling home prices and uncertainty about Canada’s economic outlook are increasing the financial risks associated with a … Read more

Trade interest in Vancouver Canucks forward JT Miller no surprise to his camp

Trade interest in Vancouver Canucks forward JT Miller no surprise to his camp

A strong relationship between the Vancouver Canucks and JT Miller could be inching towards a close. Earlier this week, TSN’s Darren Dreger said it was “open season for the Vancouver Canucks,” and that Miller was one of the players garnering a strong market. And according to Canucks insider Rick Dhaliwal, the news is no surprise … Read more

Toronto named a Canadian host city for FIFA World Cup 2026

Toronto named a Canadian host city for FIFA World Cup 2026

Nothing like a Friday morning to-do list to suddenly make things feel real. The cities of Toronto and Vancouver got the parties started on Thursday evening and were dead right to. Being confirmed as host venues for the world’s biggest sporting event is more than enough reason to pop a few corks. But now the … Read more

Review: Unassuming North Vancouver café serves some of the most adventurous food in the Lower Mainland

Review: Unassuming North Vancouver café serves some of the most adventurous food in the Lower Mainland

Winston restaurant in North Vancouver on June 9.DARRYL DYCK/The Globe and Mail Name: Winston Lease: 228 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver Phone: 778-340-6393 Website: winston-on-lonsdale.com Kitchen: West Coast, Asian-inspired farm-to-table Prices: Dinner, shared plates, $6 to $40; five-course chef’s menu, $50 a person Additional information: Open Wednesday to Sunday, brunch 9 am to 3 pm, dinner … Read more