Okanagan Spirits 360° Video Tour (Part 1) – Tour the Vernon Distillery in Virtual Reality!

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2013 Aston Martin DB9

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August Luxury Motorcars is proud to present this gorgeous 2013 Aston Martin DB9 in absolutely amazing condition. Find more info here: …58 Watch the Video

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Short list for the 2018 iconic Canadian woman bank note announced by central bank

Written on:April 29, 2016
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The Bank of Canada has announced the short list of 12 iconic Canadian women who could be featured on the first in a new series of bank notes expected in 2018. View Article

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Air Canada backs down on $40 fee to seat child with parent

Written on:April 29, 2016
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A leading air passenger rights advocate says he was shocked to read that Air Canada refused to guarantee a toddler a seat next to her parents unless a $40 fee was paid. View Article

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Pot shop advocates protest in Vancouver as deadline passes

Written on:April 29, 2016
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Vancouver marijuana dispensaries that haven’t been approved to apply for business licences and had a deadline of Friday to close will face city bylaw enforcement beginning Saturday. View Article

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Shoes for the needy

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Abbotsford students collect used shoes View Article

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Man warns Comox he has Tourette’s — and the community embraces him

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Man warns Comox he has Tourette’s — and the community embraces him

A man with a severe form of Tourette’s syndrome has been welcomed with open arms in Comox, after being banned from a business in another community. View Article

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Maze Runner Kamloops filming delayed further due to Dylan O’Brien’s injuries

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Principal photography on Maze Runner: The Death Cure has been further delayed to allow star Dylan O’Brien more time to recover from injuries he suffered during the shoot in mid-March. View Article

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Raptors wilt in Indy as Pacers force Game 7

Written on:April 29, 2016
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The Toronto Raptors’ playoff series against the Indiana Pacers has come down to one game. Paul George scored 21 points to lead the Pacers to a 101-83 victory over the reeling Raptors on Friday, that evened their best-of-seven opening-round series at three wins apiece. View Article

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I owe my life to those who paid my ransom. But should Ottawa pay ransoms? No

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I owe my life to those who paid my ransom. But should Ottawa pay ransoms? No

Amanda Lindhout: My captors pointed guns at my head. It was not uncommon for them to beat me and then dial my mother. Why? Because they wanted a ransom View Article

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B.C. cop accused of drinking on the job launches lawsuit against RCMP

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B.C. cop accused of drinking on the job launches lawsuit against RCMP

An Okanagan police officer is suing the RCMP over accusations that he drank on the job. View Article

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Vancouver Public Library wants your photos — and memories — of Expo 86

Written on:April 29, 2016
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Thirty years ago, Expo 86 opened its gates on the shores of Vancouver’s False Creek. Now, the Vancouver Public Library is creating a digital archive to celebrate that anniversary — and they’re looking for your help to do it. View Article

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NDP MP Nathan Cullen recalls the day he was kidnapped in Ecuador

Written on:April 29, 2016
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The beheading of John Ridsdel this week in the Philippines brings back disturbing memories for NDP MP Nathan Cullen, who was kidnapped at gunpoint while working with a small NGO in Ecuador more than 20 years ago. View Article

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City of Vancouver denies liability in fatal police takedown of Myles Gray

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The City of Vancouver, faced with a lawsuit over the fatal police takedown of a Sechelt businessman, is now fighting back. View Article

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Julie DiCaro exposes trolls in #MoreThanMean tweets video

Written on:April 29, 2016
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Sportscaster Julie DiCaro was sick of reading mean tweets. So she and fellow sports journalist Sarah Spain agreed to appear in a YouTube video in which random men would read out the worst of what social media trolls have been sending their way. Both sides found it pretty uncomfortable. View Article

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B.C. children’s watchdog offers damning review of report findings

Written on:April 29, 2016
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B.C.’s representative for children and youth has released a scathing report in response to an independent review calling for major changes within the Children’s Ministry. View Article

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‘It went gangbusters’: Protests follow Donald Trump to California Republican convention

Written on:April 29, 2016
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Donald Trump, the outsider, made his case to California’s Republican establishment on Friday as protesters clashed with police. View Article

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Huge, hidden coral reef found near mouth of Amazon River

Written on:April 29, 2016
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Scientists have discovered a huge, coral reef hidden in a place they didn’t think coral reefs could live – under the muddy waters at the mouth of the Amazon River. View Article

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Canadians are ‘higher value hostages’ for kidnappers, Philippines official says

Written on:April 29, 2016
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The Philippine military is hoping an operation against Abu Sayyaf militants may put enough pressure on the group to force it to release some hostages. The military warns, however, the group will likely be reluctant to free Westerners, including Canadian Robert Hall. View Article

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Saanich school board says it won’t balance its budget

Written on:April 29, 2016
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The Saanich school district is the latest school board to stand against the province’s funding cuts by threatening to not balance its budget. View Article

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