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Minister Fast Trade Mission to Philippines

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Minister Fast Congratulates Vancouver–Based Company on Success in Philippines. Minister of International Trade Ed Fast congratulates Xanatos Marine Ltd. and the governor of Zambales province on the signing of ...

Keeping Vancouver Spectacular for 20 years

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Keep Vancouver Spectacular (KVS), a litter clean-up program, celebrates its 20th year. This year, a special emphasis is on thanking the thousands of volunteers who have taken to the ...

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PHILVETS MEMORIAL & CULTURAL SOCIETY OF BC

3 years ago

(originally the Philippine War Veterans & Ex-Servicemen Society of B.C) celebrated Bataan Day- A Day of Valor “Araw ng Kagitingan” on April 5. 2015 at the Vancouver Alpen Club, ...

Woman in Gold (PG) **** High Hopes

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Time stands still for no man. Or woman. After the ravages of war a determined survivor decides it’s time to get back what is rightfully hers in the dramatic ...

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Mable Elmore Loses Tight Federal NDP Race

3 years ago

Vancouver-Kensington MLA Mable Elmore fought a well-organized battle in the federal NDP nomination for candidate in Vancouver East in the 2015 national election. However, the second term NDP MLA ...

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