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REMEMBER There was a special Remembrance Day service at Victory Square Monday that  recognised the sacrifices of  First Nations veterans, who previously had to give up their Indian status to serve in Canada's armed forces HMMM Judge at the Frank Paul inquiry finds that police did not provide a full report about the events...
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BLOCK WATCH Curtis Ralph Brick died from overheating in Oppenheimer Park last year. An earlier call to 911 by passersby could have saved him WATCHING THE WATCHERS When the Chief who cleared police officers of beating an innocent man calls for a civilian police investigation commission, the old system's days may be numbered NOT...
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YOU'RE NICKED When the Province is advocating for civilian police investigations, you know the days of police investigating themselves is nearly over HOMES The Cooperative Housing Federation of BC has been chosen to run social housing at the Olympic Village STEEVES MANOR The Courier has a story on what happens...
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Vancouver group calls for Black Bloc solidarity

  Around 100 people gathered in Vancouver on Sunday, July 3rd to protest the condemnation of black bloc tactics following the Toronto G20 summit. Organizers invited the public to wear black clothes and bandanas in order to express their solidarity with the controversial tactic. In a speech given at the...
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Funding cuts has youth group facing homelessness

Financial hard times don’t just affect individuals; they impact many of the fantastic non-profit and charitable organizations in our community. Sometimes it means that donors can’t spare extra money; sometimes it means that grants are no longer available. And sometimes it means that an organization can find itself facing something we...
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Welcome to the new Megaphone website

We're still filling in the gaps—but please let us know what you think. Our old site is still available here.
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WAGERING Gambling addict sues BC Lottery corp for not preventing from entering casino. Sounds like the lawsuit is just another lottery. NEIGHBOURLY City Council invites West End residents to advisory committee. Residents are somewhat wary. NAMES Keeping Stanley Park over Xwayxway was an opportunity lost NOT SO FABULOUS Pride Parade...
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OLYMPICS VANOC's chief financial officer makes no apology for the the business plan that depended on no recession through Games time. So, that's okay then. HEALTH Vancouver Coastal Health and the Ministry of Health both want to fund 24-hour treatment facility for mentally ill. Wait, that's wrong, they each want...
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JUSTICE President of stata council says gay bashers, who attacked a couple out front, should be sentenced to street sweeping the Pride Parade NAMES The Feds have put the kibosh on removing the name Stanley Park but how does Stanley Park at Xwayxway sound? DRUGS Now the art gallery says that they need a new...
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FUNDING The idea was almost dead, but expecting private companies to build public services is back FUNNY Councillor George Chow takes makes fun of the head of CSIS during the council prayer SLICK Don't worry about increased oil tanker traffic. Each tanker has signed a piece of paper promising to clean up if it devastates the harbour...
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