The Musqueam nation has a long history of dominating at canoe racing and now a group is resurrecting that tradition.
Jay’s roots are in eastern Ontario where he calls Trenton hometown, with Kingston running a close second.
He’s been moving west one city at a time and has now found a permanent home in Vancouver.
His first job was with CTV in Toronto. From there, a quick stopover in Lethbridge before joining ITV (now Global Edmonton) as the weekend sports anchor.
A former football and rugby player, Jay’s new sports hobbies include running, mountain biking and squash.
And he’s always up for a good concert!
“What’s better than watching an awesome action movie? Being in an awesome action movie,” student Marco Caffiero said.
Orene Askew’s life story has caught the attention of local filmmakers who are making a documentary about her.
“The idea is I go to a place where I expect to see magic,” Nishant Jain told Global News. “Any place that’s packed with people has magic.”
The group cannot use Zoom because there are delays and challenges with timing. However, with a little technical know-how, they have found a way to reconnect.
“The World is Bright” is nominated in the categories of Best Feature Length Documentary and Best Editing in a Documentary at this Thursday’s Canadian Screen Awards.
Ron Cross fought fires in Surrey for three decades. Now he’s battling ALS, and fighting for his and thousands of other Canadians’ access to a potentially promising new drug.
Lead singer Shon Wong was inspired to write “Mama Never Told Me” after seeing so much anti-Asian hate in the community, much of it targeting women.
Since 1975, Terry Raappana has worked as a paramedic in Vancouver’s downtown and the Downtown Eastside.
Last year’s event drew 115,000 fans, up from 75,000 in 2014. And organizers are expecting even bigger crowds this time around.