Vancouver

25 May 19
Jamie Hooper

Jamie Hooper Real Estate Agent In this weeks video, Jamie talks about the Pros and Cons of living in Vancouver. If you’re looking to move to the Lower Mainland you will want to watch this. Everything you need to know about Vancouver’s  Real Estate Market –  Click Here if you would you like to get […]

25 May 19
Jak's View of Vancouver v.3
24 May 19
Ottawa Sun

Thirty-seven is a relatively advanced age for a road racer, but Natasha Wodak feels great, “and I still have more in me.” “More” will start with another crack at her first national 10-kilometre road championship in Ottawa on Saturday evening, perhaps even with a new personal-best time and a takedown of a three-decade-old Canadian record. […]

24 May 19
Cool North Adventures

Launched by Hurtigruten, the 125 year old shipping line that provides the mail and passenger ferry service in Norway , The MS Roald Amundsen is named in hnour of Norway’s greatest explorer who won the race to the South Pole in 1911. The 500 passenger ship will provide an immersive experience like no other. Imagine […]

24 May 19
The Province

The Delta resident was one of four young people injured in a single-vehicle accident

24 May 19
Vancouver Sun

The three day event drew 25,000 people with a lineup of local acts

24 May 19
Boston Herald
Jaroslav Halak has more than just a front row seat for the Bruins’ run to the Stanley Cup. The B’s backup hasn’t seen a second of action in the postseason while starting goalie Tuukka Rask has taken the reins and played arguably the best hockey of his career. Halak has played a major role in making that possible. “He played excellent for us, picked us up a number of times this year, when we were basically a two-headed monster in net,” Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said. “Both guys, I think they had very similar numbers, Halak’s might have even been better in the regular season. Kudos to him. Tuukka has taken the ball and run with it in the playoffs. We didn’t know how that would play out, we were hoping we would get consistent goaltending every night. We have. But he was a big reason, Jaro.” BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 8: The Boston Bruins pull Jaroslav Halak #41 and put in Tuukka Rask #40 during the second period of the NHL game against the Vancouver Canucks at TD Garden on November 8, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ Boston Herald) Halak hasn’t seen the ice and likely — if all goes well — will end the postseason without a moment of action. It doesn’t mean he’s not doing everything he can to be prepared when the moment comes. “You just practice,” he said. “Regular practice like whenever. You don’t want to overdo it too much, just stay in the moment.” There were times in the regular season when Halak was the Bruins’ best goalie. While Rask missed some time or wasn’t as sharp in the first part of the season, the Bruins had security knowing Halak could carry them for a bit. He finished with a .937 5-on-5 save percentage, better than Rask’s .927. Halak’s save percentage went down the more he played as he accumulated more wear and tear, but that’s when Rask, suddenly well-rested, started playing well and took the Bruins on an extended run. The rest of the squad hardly forgot how much Halak meant as the season went on, though. “I know Jaro very well. We have a great friendship,” Zdeno Chara said earlier in the postseason. “He works hard. He’s always dedicated to be one of the first guys in the room and in the gym, doing the extras. He’s a big competitor. He competes and works hard. Great guy.” Halak knew what role he would have when he got to Boston. Push Rask, challenge for some more starts, and he did just that. From the bench, though, and at practice — he was sharp for the Black Team in the Bruins’ night scrimmage Thursday in their 5-2 unofficial win — Halak can keep pushing the B’s to get better during their run. With 11 days of rest before facing the Blues, preparation might be the most important aspect of all, and it’s what Halak has helped the Bruins do best the entire postseason. “So far it’s been great,” he said. “We get a goal to get to the finals and win a Cup. We’re four wins away, but it’s the same thing for St. Louis. So it’s going to be hard for both sides. The leadership here will make guys ready for Game 1, and same thing for them. They’ve been playing really good hockey, so we have to be ready and can’t give them anything.”
24 May 19
Financial Post

VANCOUVER — Longshore workers have issued 72-hour strike notice that could see two Port of Vancouver container terminals behind picket lines by Monday. Jeff Scott, chair of the B.C. Maritime Employers Association, says they’ve been informed that Global Container Terminals in Delta and Vancouver could be behind picket lines on Monday morning. The dispute involves […]

24 May 19
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24 May 19
Vancouver Sun

Trans Mountain expansion supporters greet the decision as a definitive victory, opponents adamant it won’t be the end.

24 May 19
Arcynewsy

Last month, a Metro Vancouver developer offered a year of avocado toast to attract home buyers into a new condominium development. This month, it's worth a year of wine. Local developer Wesgroup Properties offers a year of wine to home buyers for its new 26-story MODE building – 3438 Sawmill Crescent – in its redevelopment […]

24 May 19
Vancouver Sun

Highrise condo projects, which carry significant risk for developers and construction lenders, comprised the largest proportion of postponed developments, according to Urban Analytics, which tracks presale condo data.

24 May 19
Newsfile Corp.

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – May 24, 2019) – Bluestone Resources Inc. (TSXV: BSR) (OTCQB: BBSRF) (“Bluestone” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the results of voting at its annual general meeting of shareholders which was held on May 24, 2019 in Vancouver, British Columbia (the “Meeting”). Full details of all the voting results […]