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Sending you warm wishes for a wonderful day with family and friends on July 1st. What Vancouver at the age of 12, set seven world records? North Vancouver-born former NHL player spent This most of his professional career with the Mighty Ducks. In this special Canada Day feature, there are 23 ads containing a total of 56 trivia questions. Below is a list of the 56 answers in random order.

Beside each answer, write the corresponding question on the line provided. Or you can email your answers and contact info to us at promo nsnews. We will randomly draw one entry — if all answers have been correctly matched, this entry will be declared the winner.

If the answers are not matched correctly, we will repeat this process until a winner is declared. For more information, or to book your audition, visit pacificspiritchoir. What day community event has been taking place on the North Shore for more than two decades and attracts more than , visitors? Canada Day.

A chance for families to hear stories, sing songs, and learn new fingerplays and rhymes. Whenever possible, librarians will let you know how to modify an activity for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. For larger groups, please contact lnielsen westvanlibrary. Children must be accompanied […]. West Vancouver Memorial Library welcomes back our film screening series this fall with a collection of six literary adaptations! The fourth film in the series is Cryano, the adaption of the play by Edmond Rostand.

A man ahead of his time, Cyrano de Bergerac dazzles whether with ferocious wordplay at a verbal joust or […]. Children will play literacy games and practise their reading skills with teen volunteers during this one-hour program.

Kids must be school-aged and able to read some English on their own in order to register for the program. Book Buddies runs from 3 — 4 p. Kids must be […]. Sign up for the What to Read Next newsletter. See Hours. Events Calendar. Loading view. All Day. Thursday, August 4 — Monday, October 3. Monday, October 3 at am — pm Recurring. Tuesday, October 4 at am — pm. Tuesday, October 4 at am — am Recurring. Tuesday, October 4 at am — pm Recurring. Tuesday, October 4 at pm — pm Recurring.

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Saturday, October 8 at am — am Recurring. Saturday, October 8 at pm — pm. Saturday, October 8 at pm — pm Recurring. Do you have a story tip? Email: vnc. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and like us on Facebook. Courtesy of City of Victoria. A pancake breakfast will get things started at the Gorge Canada Day Picnic.

Revellers who choose to stay in the city won’t be treated to fireworks at Canada Place this year. The venue said the pandemic made things too uncertain to commit to the costs associated with the fireworks themselves, as well as safety and security measures. There are still plans for an in-person event on the waterfront though, with a theme of diversity and togetherness. Vancouver ‘s headliner is country singer Johnny Reid, and the plans also include performers from local First Nations.

There are a couple family-friendly “zones” with exhibits and entertainers, as well as a section dedicated to the Canadian Forces, and several food trucks. West Vancouver has plans for a full-day kids’ zone, as well as hours of live music and other performances. Residents of North Vancouver can check out Shipbuilders Square for live performances, food, a beer garden and “good times for all ages.

Attendees can take in storytelling, demonstrations and activities, and while there’s no parade this year, there will be “festival zones” in the village. The party in Delta happens at Diefenbaker Park, where there will be cake, entertainment, hot dogs and face painting. The party in PoCo starts with a pancake breakfast and fishing derby at Lions Park, followed by events including a “grand finale pyro musical” at Castle Park.

Canada Day in New West this year includes concerts at Ryall and Westminster Pier parks, painting and yoga at Queen’s Park, drumming at Moody Park, and events through the weekend across the city. A pancake breakfast, dog show, eating contest and performances including a magic show are all part of Canada Day in Pitt Meadows. Residents of Maple Ridge can celebrate with food trucks, a beer garden, activities and entertainment at Memorial Peace Park. There’s a dog photo contest, laser tag, a climbing wall, mini golf, pony rides, scavenger hunt, farmers market and more.

There will be live entertainment, family-friendly activities, exhibits and resources to help Indigenous people and non-Indigenous Canadians “move forward together in a good way. Canada Day on Bowen Island has a theme of “reconciliation, celebration and community.

Pressure appears to be mounting on Hockey Canada from both top corporate sponsors and political leaders, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau suggesting that if the national hockey governing body continues to resist calls for change, the organization could be replaced.

Several corporate sponsors have confirmed pulling their support. Here’s what they have said about their decisions. A former policeman facing a drug charge burst into a day care centre in northeastern Thailand on Thursday, killing dozens of preschoolers and teachers before shooting more people as he fled in the deadliest rampage in the nation’s history. Reducing the rancour between these members of the Royal Family will be key to paving a path forward for the monarchy, says royal commentator Richard Berthelsen.

The judge in Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard’s sexual assault case says she will not deliver a sentence on Thursday. Canadian businesses are able to pass on a new credit card surcharge to their customers starting today, although it remains to be seen how many merchants decide to adopt the new fee. Investigators in California are working to determine the motive behind the killing of a family of four — including an 8-month-old baby — as the bodies were recovered Wednesday in a rural farm area after they were kidnapped earlier this week by an armed man at their business.

Even as the Kremlin moved to absorb parts of Ukraine in a sharp escalation of the conflict, the Russian military suffered new defeats that highlighted its deep problems on the battlefield and opened rifts at the top of the Russian government. Russians have piled across the border to neighbouring states since President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization on Sept. A look at how many people have crossed and how countries are reacting.

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