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Burnaby Residents Outraged Over Brentwood Town Centre’s ‘Feel Good Fridays’

Burnaby residents – seniors, in particular – are outraged over Brentwood Town Centre’s ‘Feel Good Fridays’ and Jazz music weekends, saying the loud music has no business being in the mall. Angelica Wong, a resident of Burnaby for 50+ years, says Brentwood was once her go-to mall – having frequent coffee dates with friends as well as…

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Illinois Woman Finds Latex Glove in Steak ‘n Shake Chili Mac

Sometimes all we want after a long day is a quick, easy meal. While quick and easy doesn’t necessarily mean healthy, it’s good enough for your fast hunger fix, and that’s exactly what Kaleigh Crum was looking for when she decided to stop at her local Steak ‘n Shake in Marion, IL on Friday night.…

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O-Town is Back With Brand New Single “Empty Space”

While veteran artists like Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys are playing gigs in Vegas, O-Town has been hard at work on their forthcoming studio album – their fourth – a follow-up to 2014’s ‘Lines and Circles.’ In late 2016, Trevor Penick, Erik Estrada, Jacob Underwood and Dan Miller announced the launch of a Kickstarter campaign…

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BC Human Rights Tribunal Sets July Hearing For Sephora Discrimination Complaint

The BC Human Rights Tribunal has accepted a complaint from a Vancouver woman who says she was discriminated against by popular makeup boutique Sephora earlier this year, and a hearing has officially been set for July. The woman, who wished to remain anonymous at the time of our initial publication, said that due to several…

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The Downfall of Global Television

Since October 31st, 1960, Global Television has been a staple in many households across British Columbia. First branded as CHAN, it operated solely as an independent station before joining the network formula in 1965. By 1971, CHAN became BCTV until 2001 when it then adopted the ‘Global BC’ brand. Known primarily for its newscasts and popular on-air…

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Global BC Strikes Again: News Network Outs Transgender Green Party Candidate Nicola Spurling

We were all outraged when Global BC aired video showing the brutal and senseless murder of Abbotsford Senior Secondary student Letisha Reimer last a year despite her family and authorities asking that they refrain from doing so – a decision that was made by the station’s news director, Jill Krop, which resulted in a petition…

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Don’t Call It a Comeback: Jian Ghomeshi Podcast Suspended

Well, it looks like Jian Ghomeshi’s comeback is going to be short-lived, because his podcast has been suspended by the company responsible for its distribution. In a tweet, ART19 says that while they played no role in the creation of the podcast itself and are simply a software company that is used by many individuals, they…

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