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πŸπŸ–€ShaeπŸ–€πŸ 1h
So you know when you watch a movie and in it the police catch a not so bad guy but they need the info so they tell him they going to make sure he looks like a snitch a rat so the guy talks...Kyle never did except this is my reality not a movie right
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Mike McCready 1h
Goodbye Vancouver. I had a blast at the VR/AR Association Global Summit. Till next time.
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Allan Fong Sep 17
hey great broadcast tonight. Love the new guy, ultra professional. Hopefully we don't have to see Norma again.
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Chris Doyle 15h
Ridge aloft builds in today and showers should shortly come to an end but plenty of trapped low level moisture means it will be slow to clear. A sunny and increasingly warm week ahead; next weekend a question as ensemble solutions diverge.
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Terry Glavin Sep 20
Everyone in has known about this racket for years. CBC investigation: Among other things, QIIP bureaucrats knew that 2/3's of the millionaire applicants forged their documents, that they were BC-bound, & QIIP fabricated the "benefits" to Quebeckers.
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George Lloyd 11h
Replying to @ElkhornTrading
A BC Mills Kit House serves as a Museum in Lynn Canyon, but I think the Companies most iconic contribution, was the many houses and structures that made up the Western Canada look... in only 6 years
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Trish Jewison 43m
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Boxy Brown πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ 36m
Handy guide for figuring out how fast traffic moves in Vancouver and Calgary (where s is the posted speed limit) Vancouver: x = 1.2s + 20 Calgary: the posted speed limit is irrelevant. Traffic moves at a crawl regardless. Good luck breaking 30 kph.
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Dimo :) 1h
I have never seen the airport arrivals section so backlogged and packed! Plane landed over an hour ago and still in line just to get to baggage claim!! πŸ˜•
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Physgal  πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Sep 22
How can the median income in Vancouver West (Dunbar, Point Grey etc.) be so low? Is it because there are a lot of UBC students living there? A lot of retired people? I don't really understand it.
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Jesse (dreamer) Percy Sep 21
The airport wins for indigenous public art. So many stories within this one piece. Magnificent!
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EJ Sep 22
So full now. I need to lie down.
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Gayle Gavin 2h
Notorious Chinese Firm now has a 30% stake in a consortium building dam infrastructure after buying Canadian construction giant Aecon via
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Jason Searcy Sep 16
Sorry but a bird flew into our plane engine and we are still on the runway. Blown tire as well from aborting the takeoff. If there is any delay it's the birds fault.
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Stephen Price 5h
It's not hard to build an understanding of what should happen without ever discussing what specifically will happen. It's a small circle of wealth and power brokers in . Hopefully the $ doesn't help this time.
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Terry Glavin Sep 19
The umpteenth reason why the casino & real estate money-laundering industry needs its own Charbonneau Commission. Dodgy former mayor now *Senator* Larry Campbell, whose lucrative moonlighting gig was overseeing the dirty-money traffic at the racket's #1 operation.
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Elizabeth May Sep 19
On Friday, Sept. 28, Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, Thomas Homer-Dixon, & Elizabeth will explore the interface between hope and truth within Green politics at the Convention Opening Gala. Please join us! RSVP & Tickets @ -hs
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Jessica Van der Veen, BA, MPA 36m
Will end up with none of the bitumen. It is all destined to go to foreign markets, unrefined, with no added.
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Victoria Builders 1h
"Now, just over one year into power and $5.5 billion of new and additional taxes later, B.C. stands on the precipice of a tax revolt."
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Sylvain Cloutier 5m
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