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Kevin Peterson Jr: unrest in Washington state after police shooting

Protesters face off with federal agents in downtown Vancouver while right- and leftwing protesters square up amid tension
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Demonstrations continue after fatal police shooting of Kevin Peterson Jr. near Vancouver

The demonstrations unfolded 24 hours after Clark County deputies shot and killed Kevin Peterson Jr., a 21-year-old Black man....
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Protesters march through downtown Vancouver after vigil for man shot, killed in Hazel Dell

VANCOUVER, WA (KPTV) - Protesters marched through downtown Vancouver on Friday night after a vigil was held in Hazel Dell in honor of...
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Dispatch 34: Important Update Portland/Vancouver: HIGH potential for violence this weekend

Some of this is out. Some you are hearing here first time. My information coming from law enforcement and other in-the-know sources Situation: Kevin Peterson, Jr. fired at police in Vancouver and was shot to death. This shooting happened just near a local safe house and my friends heard the firing. They did not see the fight. They did not approach the area. Law enforcement informed me that the deceased, Kevin Peterson, Jr., is part of an ongoing drug investigation. His cousin, Darry Daqua...
Tags: Featured, Afghanistan, Military, Hawaii, Washington Dc, Gang, Vancouver, Hoover, Peterson, Pierce County, Michael's Dispatches, Michael Yon, Smalley, Portland Vancouver, Hazel Dell, BLM Antifa


David Duchovny was once banned from a Vancouver strip club for making fun of the weather

I saw this on Twitter the other day: Today I found out that David Duchovny is permanently banned from a Vancouver strip club for insulting the city's weather while filming The X-Files pic.twitter.com/A6jDkb04sF— untitled goose name (@notallbhas) October 15, 2020 I was able to find the original source, which is some random guy's website, supposedly copying a Vancouver Province article by John Colebourn. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Canada, Vancouver, David Duchovny, Canadians, Canadaland, Canadian Intelligence, Canadian Miracle, John Colebourn


AHL targets Feb. 5 for start of coronavirus-delayed 2020-21 season

The American Hockey League said Wednesday it would target Feb. 5 for the start of its coronavirus-delayed 2020-21 season, a delay of more than two months from its initial return-to-play plan and a possible hint of a further delay of the NHL’s opening night. The AHL, the top developmental league for the NHL, originally said it would resume play Dec. 4. AHL commissioner Scott Howson made the announcement after the league’s board of governors met earlier Wednesday. There was no mention of whether f...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Ap, Canada, Soccer, Associated Press, Vancouver, AHL, NHL, North America, Anaheim-ducks, Los-angeles-kings, Ontario Reign, Pacific Division, American Hockey League, San Diego Gulls


Lawyer for China exec accuses RCMP of lying about her arrest

A lawyer for a senior executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei on Wednesday accused a Canadian police officer of lying about why he didn’t arrest her immediately at Vancouver’s airport two years ago. Richard Peck told Constable Winston Yep during cross-examination that he did not believe Yep was honest when he told the British Columbia Supreme Court this week why the arrest happened only after Canada Border Services Agency officers questioned Meng for three hours. Yep is the first in a series of...
Tags: News, China, Vancouver, Huawei, RCMP, Canada Border Services Agency, Richard Peck, Meng, Yep, British Columbia Supreme Court, Meng Wanzhou, Winston Yep


Target Number One review – gritty thriller about Canadian junkie caught in Thai sting

Antoine Olivier Pilon and Josh Hartnett are on good form as a heroin addict caught in police trap and the journalist who reports on the casePulpy, structurally a touch otiose, but eminently watchable throughout, this based-on-real-events crime drama tells two entwined stories. One is about a French-Canadian drug addict called Daniel Legér (Antoine Olivier Pilon, from Xavier Dolan’s Mommy), a stand-in for actual historical figure Alain Olivier, who becomes the entrapped fall guy for a disastrous ...
Tags: Film, Americas, World news, Culture, Thailand, Canada, Asia Pacific, Vancouver, Xavier Dolan, Josh Hartnett, Leger, Thrillers (film, Crime films, Antoine Olivier Pilon, Victor Malarek, Daniel Legér Antoine Olivier Pilon


Hockey Experience Not Required

from Nicholas J. Cotsonika of NHL.com John Mavroudis was vacationing in Seattle when a friend shared a link to a job posting. The NHL's newest expansion team, not yet named the Seattle Kraken, was looking for a data engineer. Mavroudis had never played hockey or worked in the NHL. But he had grown up a hockey fan in the San Francisco Bay Area, played fantasy hockey and played NHL video games. He was a technical program manager at HelloSign, a Dropbox company, in the Bay Area. His ...
Tags: Microsoft, Sport, Vancouver, NHL, Seattle, Bay Area, San Francisco Bay Area, Redmond Washington, Nicholas J Cotsonika, Hellosign, Seattle Kraken, John Mavroudis, Mathiasen, Mavroudis, Eric Mathiasen


Galaxy’s push for MLS playoffs is running out of time

There is always a chance the Galaxy can make the playoffs, but even those odds seem to be dwindling at rapid pace. Including Wednesday night’s meeting at Providence Park against the Portland Timbers (7 p.m., ESPN), there are four games remaining in the regular season for the Galaxy (5-10-3, 18 points). After Wednesday night, the Galaxy will return home to face Real Salt Lake on Sunday. The final week of the regular season will see the Galaxy host Seattle on Nov. 4 and visit Vancouver on Nov. 8 a...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Portland, Mls, Vancouver, Espn, Seattle, Real Salt Lake, Portland Timbers, Sebastian Lletget, Lafc, Javier, Hernandez, Los Angeles Galaxy, Providence Park


News Round Up: Canada Will Host 2023 Nordic Junior/U23 World Championships

Canadian stoke post-Junior World’s 4 x 5 k men’s silver medal. (Photo: Doug Stephen) 2023 World Juniors/U23 goes to Canada Recently, Canada was awarded the right to host the 2023 Nordic Junior/U23 World Championships. The hosting club is Black Tusk Nordic which runs much of its ski training out of Whistler Olympic Park in the Callaghan Valley. The venue hosted nordic events that included cross-country, jumping, nordic combined, and biathlon at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.  “We are extr...
Tags: News, Sport, Canada, Racing, United States, Skiing, Vancouver, North America, Whistler, Fis, Duluth, Whistler Olympic Park, IBU, International Biathlon Union, Doug Stephen, Washington Pass


B.C. firms cash in on increased appetite for tech IPOs - Business in Vancouver

B.C. firms cash in on increased appetite for tech IPOs   Business in Vancouve
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LAFC scores twice in second half to defeat 10-man Galaxy squad in latest El Trafico meeting

Los Angeles FC forward Danny Musovski (left) vies for the ball against Los Angeles Galaxy defender Daniel Steres (right) during the first half of a an MLS match at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sunday October 25, 2020. Los Angeles FC defeated the Los Angeles Galaxy 2-0. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr, Contributing Photographer) Los Angeles FC forward Diego Rossi (left) brings the ball down the pitch against Los Angeles Galaxy forward Cristian Pavon (right) during the first ...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Mls, Vancouver, Galaxy, Portland Timbers, Carlos Vela, Sacha Kljestan, Sebastian Lletget, Jonathan Dos Santos, Vela, Los Angeles Fc, Lafc, Bradley


Notes On A Saturday Night

from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, - The odd equation of this coming NHL season: The more games that are played, the more money team owners will lose. Don’t expect a season much longer than 56 games. And don’t expect players to earn much more than 54% of their total salaries, with increased escrow, already-agreed-to discounts, and likely more back-and-forth negotiations before play is set to resume sometime in January. - If you were Joe Thornton, and you really wanted to win t...
Tags: New York, Toronto, Sport, Vancouver, NHL, Tony Gallagher, Montreal Canadiens, Don, Brian Burke, Joe Thornton, Burke, Max Domi, Domi, Hockey Hall of Fame, Larry Brooks, Al Strachan


Galaxy, LAFC renew El Trafico rivalry for fourth time

The rivalry between the Galaxy and Los Angeles Football Club has delivered memorable moments in its three years of existence. From Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Carlos Vela to Cristian Pavon to Diego Rossi, the stars haven’t disappointed and the games have lived up to the hype. “Before I was at LAFC, this was the biggest rivalry in MLS for me, this was the game I always watched,” LAFC forward Danny Musovski said. “No matter what game was on TV, this was the game I always paid attention to. “Coming here ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Mls, Venezuela, Vancouver, Galaxy, Orlando, Carlos Vela, Sacha Kljestan, Vela, Lafc, Jonathan, Diego Rossi, Bob Bradley


What Glen Keane Carried With Him From Disney, and From Life, for His Feature Directorial Debut ‘Over the Moon’ [Interview]

“I never do this,” Glen Keane muses as he swivels his laptop around his office at Netflix, filled with stacks of drawings and doodles — half thought-out ideas that the legendary animator had while working on his feature directorial debut Over the Moon. Through the grainy Zoom video screen I can see reams of sheets that are hung around the room. Some of them storyboards that Keane has drawn for Over the Moon (“I drew more for this movie than I did for The Little Mermaid,” he remarks dryly), othe...
Tags: Google, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Interviews, China, Disney, Spain, Features, Netflix, Canada, Katy Perry, Animation, Paris, Sony, Holland


21 of the Best Hikes in BC to Add to Your Bucket List

British Columbia is a dream destination for hikers and backpackers. The geography of the province is diverse with landscapes that include rocky coastlines, ancient forests, lakes, sandy beaches, mountains and even an inland desert. Deciding what part of the province you want to focus on is important – not just from the perspective of what landscape you like to hike in but because distances are huge. Did you know that British Columbia is the size of France and Germany combined? Choose a hike d...
Tags: Travel, France, Germany, Hiking, Canada, Vancouver, Pacific Ocean, British Columbia, Alberta, Nelson, Lake Louise, Black Tusk, Field, Don, Yoho National Park, Fernie


An inventor wants to use his 3,000-kilogram mechanical exosuit in a human-powered racing league

The Furrion Prosthesis exosuit is a four-ton, human-powered mech suit that looks like something out of science fiction. Its creator, Jonathan Tippett, spent nearly 15 years perfecting its design. He sees "mech racing" as the high-octane, low-carbon sport of the future. And now he's invited people to train to become "mech pilots" at his ranch outside Vancouver.  View more episodes of Business Insider Today on Facebook. If you're a fan of science-fiction, you've probably seen something like the F...
Tags: Facebook, Trends, Vancouver, Las Vegas, Nevada, Jonathan, Faires, Tippett, Furrion, Wilson Tang, Jonathan Tippett, Daniel T Allen, Vancouver View


New to Stream: OVID’s November 2020 Movie Lineup

New to Stream: OVID’s November 2020 Movie Lineup OVID.tv, the curated streaming destination for documentaries and art-house films, has announced its November streaming lineup. On November 6, OVID brings out its first post-election release, the restored version of legendary situationist Guy Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, based on his 1967 book. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gp...
Tags: New York, Movies, Navy, Mexico, China, New York City, Africa, US, Toronto, Netflix, Canada, Britain, United States, Royal Air Force, Morocco, Paris


Frog Ferry takes step forward with release of feasibility report

Conceptual plan for ferry terminal at Cathedral Park in St. Johns. “That first and final mile is just huge. And I can really see Biketown being a key part of this, especially with e-bikes.”— Susan Bladholm, Frog Ferry A public passenger ferry system that would serve 9 stops between Vancouver and Oregon City on the Willamette River would cost about $40 million to launch and would need about $7 million a year to operate. Those are just two takeaways from the Operational Feasibility Study ...
Tags: Labor, Oregon, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Iowa, Portland, Vancouver, St Johns, Oregon City, South Waterfront, Portland Bureau of Transportation, Oregon Department of Transportation, OHSU, Willamette River, Biketown


Serious injury right-hook at Vancouver and Columbia underscores known hazards

Police respond to hit-and-run at N Vancouver and Columbia Monday night. (Photo: Jason P.) Monday night around 6:00 pm BikePortland reader Jason P. rolled up on the aftermath of a hit-and-run at North Vancouver and Columbia. A bicycle rider was taken away in serious condition after what a witness described as a right-hook while using bike lanes that have already been identified for safety improvements by the City of Portland. Many of you are familiar with this intersection because it’s just ...
Tags: Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Vancouver, Jason, Columbia, North Vancouver, Prescott, Portland Police Bureau, Lombard, Portland Bureau of Transportation, Hit And Run, Columbia Slough, Jonathan Maus, Rose Quarter


Two Standout Hikes in Merritt, British Columbia

This post from writer Sylvia Dekker takes you on a couple of hikes near Merritt British Columbia – a community you might have stopped in for gas or coffee while driving the Coquihalla Highway between Vancouver and Kamloops or on the way to the Okanagan via Kelowna. If you’re like me, you probably didn’t know about the great hiking and backpacking opportunities in the region. Now you will! The area surrounding the Merritt, British Columbia area is a wilderness of roads, rolling hills, peaks and...
Tags: Travel, Hiking, Backpacking, Vancouver, British Columbia, Columbia, Chilliwack, Merritt, Kelowna, Sylvia, Kamloops, Okanagan, Stanley Glacier, Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, Merritt British Columbia, Sylvia Dekker


Kai Koreniuk’s late goal snaps Galaxy’s six-game losing streak

CARSON — As frustrating as the six-game losing streak had been, Sunday’s effort almost fell in the same category until the 90th minute. Just when it looked as though the Galaxy’s best collective effort in a month would go to waste, late sub Kai Koreniuk scored the lone goal of the game to lift the Galaxy (5-9-3, 18 points) to a much-needed 1-0 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps at Dignity Health Sports Park. Los Angeles Galaxy forward Cristian Pavon (10) jumps in the air to attempt a goal shot...
Tags: Colorado, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mls, Vancouver Whitecaps, San Jose, Vancouver, Major League Soccer, Sebastian Lletget, Javier Hernandez, Perry, Carson, Chicharito, Los Angeles Galaxy, LA Galaxy II


Teenager Christian Torres scores first goal to give LAFC a draw with the Timbers

PORTLAND, Ore. — Teenager Christian Torres scored his first Major League Soccer goal in stoppage time to give Los Angeles FC a 1-1 draw with the Portland Timbers on Sunday night at Providence Park. Torres, a 16-year-old from Fontana, used a left-footed a shot that got past Timbers goalkeeper Steve Clark. He earned his first MLS start on Wednesday, Oct. 14. Jeremy Ebobisse scored early in the second half for the Timbers (9-5-4), who continued to wrestle for the top spot in the Western Conference ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Colombia, Soccer, Portland, Mls, Vancouver, Uruguay, Major League Soccer, Seattle, Real Salt Lake, Portland Timbers, Carlos Vela, Los Angeles Fc, Lafc, Clark


LAFC’s Christian Torres, 16, keeps learning on the job

International call-ups and injuries have tested the depth of the Los Angeles Football Club’s roster. Wednesday night, Bob Bradley turned toward his teenagers. Christian Torres,16, earned his first start. Erik Duenas, 15, and 19-year-olds Bryce Duke and Kwadwo Opoku came on as second-half substitutes. Torres and Duenas, along with Tony Leone, 16, were signed as the club’s first Homegrown players, having progressed through the club’s Academy system. “With all our young players, establishing good h...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Colombia, Soccer, Mls, Vancouver, Seattle, Academy, Portland Timbers, Lafc, Bradley, Torres, Fontana, Bob Bradley, Murillo, Los Angeles Football Club


Dispatch 20: Return to America -- Portland falling. Continue to prepare for 2021

For the past several weeks, I've been going back and forth between Portland, Oregon, and next door Vancouver, Washington. Downtown Portland and Vancouver may as well be a thousand miles apart. Downtown Portland is filled with homeless people. Many if not nearly all seem mentally ill or severely addicted. One night, I was sitting by the Pioneer Courthouse watching Antifa battle with police, when a man pushing a cart walked by. His face was completely painted green. This was about midnight, ...
Tags: Featured, Washington, China, America, Cnn, Military, Portland, Vancouver, Portland Oregon, West Coast, Seattle, Genghis Khan, Downtown Portland, California Oregon, Portland Police, Michael's Dispatches


Malcontents ‘R’ Us! Ammon Bundy Unites Anti-Vaxxers, COVID Truthers, Sovereign Citizens

What do anti-vaxxers, sovereign citizens, Second Amendment die-hards and online edgelords obsessed with “Zionist Banksters” have in common? They’re all volunteers in Ammon Bundy’s nationwide and extremely eclectic COVID-19 protest network, “People’s Rights.” The group is basically a glorified phone tree to funnel “reopen” demonstrators to whichever nearby dog-grooming business, playground or police station is deemed to be infringing on individual liberties through public health measures. But ...
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LAFC loses to Vancouver as Lucas Cavallini scores twice

PORTLAND, Ore. — Lucas Cavallini scored twice to help the Vancouver Whitecaps beat Los Angeles FC 2-1 on Wednesday night. Vancouver (7-11-0) has won consecutive matches. LAFC (7-7-3) had won three of four. Cavallini scored from close range in the 30th minute off a cross from Cristian Dajome. Vancouver Whitecaps forward Lucas Cavallini, right, celebrates with his teammates after scoring a goal during the first half of an MLS soccer match against Los Angeles FC in Portland, Ore., Wednesday, Oc...
Tags: Colorado, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Colombia, Soccer, Portland, Mls, Vancouver Whitecaps, Vancouver, Seattle, Seattle Sounders, Real Salt Lake, Los Angeles Fc, Lafc, Steve Dykes


LAFC bolsters defense, acquires Murillo from Colombia

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles FC has acquired Colombian defender Jesús David Murillo on loan from Deportivo Independiente Medellín in a bid to shore up its leaky defense. LAFC announced the move Wednesday before its match against Vancouver. Murillo will occupy an international roster spot, and the deal includes an option for a permanent transfer. The 26-year-old Murillo has appeared in 18 matches this season for Independiente Medellín, and he scored two goals in Copa Libertadores competition. Murill...
Tags: Minnesota, Colorado, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Colombia, Soccer, Mls, Nashville, Vancouver, Seattle, Carlos Vela, Walker Zimmerman, Los Angeles Fc, Lafc, Bradley Wright Phillips