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Visitors walk into the tunnel of lights while visiting The Lights of Hope display at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver on November, 17, 2018. Photo: @RichLamPhoto / PNG #Christmas #lightsofhope #vancouver #hope #light #christmaslights #love #vancouverchristmaslights

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Do you support #ProportionalRepresentations ? A young girl attends a rally at the Ukranian Orthodox Cathedral in Vancouver where B.C. Premier John Horgan and Green Party leader Andrew Weaver promoted voting for Proportional Representation on Nov. 18, 2018. Photo: @Arlenfoto Redekop / PNG #prorep #bcpoli #vancouver @johnhorgan4bc #andrewweaver #bcndp #greenparty #politics

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Thank heavens for sunny days, even rains, in Vancouver. It's a different story in other parts of the country... In this photo, a cyclist rides along the Rideau Canal Eastern Pathway as cars pass by, after the first major snowfall of the season in Ottawa on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. Environment Canada released a winter weather travel advisory for the Ottawa region, with an expected snowfall of 10 to 15 cm. Photo: Justin Tang / Canadian Press #weather #ottawa #winter #snow #rideaucanal #canada #vancouver #winteriscoming

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From our archives: Farewell to a country legend … The iconic Roy Clark (right), with Canada’s country gentleman Tommy Hunter, made sweet music on the Tommy Hunter Show in 1976. Clark died Thursday of pneumonia. He was 85. #RIP #heehaw #countrymusic #legend 📷: Robert C. Ragsdale, CBC

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Prior to 1960, the late comic book legend @therealstanlee said in a 1975 interview, stories were all the same – one dimensional. “The good guys were 100% good and the bad guys were 100% bad.” So Lee decided to write the kind of stories he would enjoy reading himself. …. He was mildly surprised to find that in addition to the kids, college students became fans of the imperfect heroes.” Lee, the creative genius behind Marvel Comics characters Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, Black Panther and others, died Monday at age 95. Read about his Vancouver connection at www.vancouversun.com. 📷: 1975 file photo by Rick Meyer, Los Angeles Times #tbt #marvel #stanlee #superhero

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The Pat Quinn statue outside Rogers Arena in Vancouver was vandalized yesterday, Nov. 12, 2018. Read the full story on our website. Link in bio. Photo: @Arlenfoto Redekop / PNG #patquinn #vancouvercanucks @canucks @rogersarena #vancouver #nhl

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Standing Tall: 94-year-old Harry Greenwood took part in the Remembrance Day ceremonies outside of West Vancouver's memorial park Sunday morning. Greenwood took part in the infamous "D Day" invasion while serving with the Royal Navy during the WWII. Photo: Mark van Manen / PNG #lestweforget #remembranceday #westvancouver

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From our archives: Nov. 11, 1918. Armistice day procession on Granville Street at Georgia Street. Photo: Stuart Thomson/City of Vancouver Archives AM54-S4-: Mil P14.2 #lestweforget #100years

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We are preparing for a very Merry Christmas. Are you? Lisa Werring, executive director of the Surrey Christmas Bureau, and volunteer Fred Minty, remove boxes of toys donated by @TheProvince to the bureau, in Surrey, on Friday, November 9, 2018. Photo: @vanphotog Jason Payne/ PNG #christmas #toys #christmasgifts #surreyBC

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Colebrook Elementary in Surrey, B.C. had its annual Diwali celebration on Wednesday, complete with Indian attire for students and staff, as well as some activities through the day in the gym. In this photo, Vinay Thinda and Avir Thandi are showing off their Bhangra moves. Photo: Francis Georgian / PNG #diwali #diwalicelebrations #surreybc #festivaloflights #lettherebelight

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Bibliophiles will be on the hunt for books priced $1 and up starting Thursday at the Central Library in Downtown Vancouver. The three-day, Vancouver Public Library used-book sale has upwards of 30,000 books, CDs, DVDs and other items for sale in the Alice MacKay Room at the Lower Level at 350 West Georgia St., said Inness Campbell, the VPL’s manager of collections and technical services. “They’re books and DVD’s that have reached the end of their library life, but they’re still a lot of life in them,” Campbell said. Read our full story at vancouversun.com/instagramstories Photo credit: Francis Georgian/PNG #vancouver #books #vpl #vplsale #booksale #vancity

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Normally politicians don’t like to be called four-letter words. But if you call newly elected Burnaby Coun. Joe Keithley “Shithead,” he probably won’t mind. After all, that was his stage name in DOA, the punk band he’s fronted for the last four decades. DOA always had a political edge, and Keithley has made several stabs at running for politics in the past for the Greens and the NDP at the civic and provincial levels. He was finally elected Saturday on the Green slate, in his sixth attempt. Read our interview with Keithley at vancouversun.com/instagramstories Photo credit: Nick Procaylo/PNG (@nickprocaylo) #burnaby #bcpoli #joekeithley #burnabyelection #greens #greenparty

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Vancouver Sun Web Editor Ken Bradshaw captured this image of a Whiskey Jack taking flight from the Mount Strachan summit, with The Lions in the background in Cypress Provincial Park Sunday. Beautiful! #bc #britishcolumbia #beautifulbc #cypresspark #mountstrachansummit #birdsofinstagram

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#Repost @arlenfoto with @get_repost ・・・ Derek Corrigan realizes his defeat as he arrives at Burnaby Citizens Association headquarters inside Burnaby Winter Club in Burnaby, BC, Oct. 20, 2018. (Arlen Redekop / PNG staff photo) (stories by Gordon Hoekstra & Nick Eagland)

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Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson (centre) leans against Elder Mary Charles after he and Councillor Raymond Louie (right) received ceremonial blankets and framed artworks at the Musqueam Cultural centre, Vancouver, Oct. 16 2018. The city of Vancouver has returned a parcel of land, part of an ancient village site in southwest Vancouver, to the Musqueam Indian Band. The property, which is a parking lot next to the Fraser Arms Hotel, is part of the so-called Marpole Midden lands, an area of great cultural and historic significance to the Musqueam First Nation. Read the full story at vancouversun.com/instagramstories Photo credit: Gerry Kahrmann/PNG

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Congratulations! 😍❤️Read the full story on our website. Link in bio. #Repost @kensingtonroyal with @get_repost ・・・ Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019. Their Royal Highnesses have appreciated all of the support they have received from people around the world since their wedding in May and are delighted to be able to share this happy news with the public. 📷PA #royalfamily #harrymeghan #baby #celebritynews

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These beautiful colours of fall work very well to drive away the #mondayblues when it's so nice and sunny outside. In this photo, people enjoy the weather at Trout Lake in Vancouver on Oct. 14, 2018. You can read our daily weather updates on our website. Link in bio. Photo: ArlenFoto / PNG #vancouver #fallcolors #sunnydays #mondaymotivation #weather #sunshine

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#RoyalWedding: Britain's Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank kiss as they leave St George's Chapel after their wedding at Windsor Castle, near London, England on Friday Oct. 12, 2018. Photo: Toby Melville/ AP #princessEuginie #royals

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