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45 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Thursday, October 6
Bunke at SFU Gallery explores the interplay between technology, architecture, and the body.
Exhibition of mixed-media works by Mila Karavai at West Vancouver's Silk Purse Art Gallery.
The Museum of Anthropology at UBC hosts an exhibition that features the carvings of Papua New Guinea's Iatmul people.
At the Museum of Vancouver, you can explore the cultural power and significance of collecting through wall-to-wall displa... (Straight.com (blog))May 3, 2016
10 experiences you can treat mom to for Mother's Day
A gorgeous hike perfect for a picnic at the top is the Lighthouse Park trail in West Vancouver. You’d be enjoying your picnic with a view of the ocean and a lighthouse. You can choose a hike of your liking on Vancouver Trails. The website will let you know whether or not the hike you’ve chosen is currently open, and how lengthy or difficult of a hike it is.
10. Vancouver Art Gallery followed by dinner at the Gallery Cafe
The Vancouver Art Gallery’ s current exhibit is MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture and it’s a fantastic exhibit to see. After seeing the art exhibit and soaking up some culture with Mom, take her for dinner at the Gallery Cafe. The cafe’s adorable outdoor seating amongst colourful flowers and lush greenery makes for the perfect Mother’s Day dinner.
(Vancity Buzz)Jan 8, 2016
Lower Mainland homicide investigators busy in 2015
Abbotsford, working with their municipal forces.
Delta Police and Vancouver Police investigate murders within their boundaries while the VPD helps West Vancouver Police with its homicide files.
No murder was more shocking in 2015 than the fatal shooting of Abbotsford senior Ping Shun Ao on a sunny summer evening Sept. 2.
The 74-year-old was in the side yard of his family’s Abbotsford home on Promontory Court when he was struck by a bullet meant for a neighbour caught in a local gang war.
No charges have yet been laid in the murder, which shook the Fraser Valley community.
Land title records show Ao’s family sold their house just weeks after the murder and moved away.
Metro Vancouver homicides in 2015:
Jan. 2: Arundeep Cheema, North Delta (Delta PD)The 24-year-old Surrey resident was shot while seated in his vehicle in the driveway of a North Delta home he was visiting. Police said Cheema was known to them and the attack was targeted.
Jan. 6: Jeffery Scott Nasa-Dyke, Vancouver (VPD)The 49-year-old man’s body was discovered at an apartment near Triumph and Nanaimo Street. A man living in the home was found by patrol officers near Wall Street and Dundas. He was taken into custody without incident. Kenneth Conrad Izzard, 29, was charged with manslaughter. The accused and the victim were known to each other and the homicide appeared to be drug related.
Jan. 12: Stuart David Ellis, Chilliwack (IHIT)Fraser Valley Mounties were called to a car crash on Hazel Street and found the 39-year-old lone occupant of the SUV had been murdered. The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team said it was a targeted attack.
Jan. 20: Damon William Campbell, Whistler (IHIT)The 45-year-old Port Coquitlam resident was found unresponsive in a hallway of the Aava Hotel in Whistler after an altercation. He died after police arrived. IHIT is investigating his death, while the Independent Investigations Office is looking into the actions of an officer at the scene.
Feb. 11: Lorne Joseph Melting-Tallow, Vancouver (VPD)The 49-year-old man was found bleeding and unresponsive about 4 a.m. on a sidewalk in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. He was the city’s second homicide of the year.
Feb. 15: James Enright, Burnaby (IHIT)The 27-year-old North Vancouver man was stabbed to death as he tried to help his friend during a scuffle at the Edmonds SkyTrain station in Burnaby. Police were called to the station at 12:47 a.m. in response to a report of a fight. They found an injured man, who was taken to hospital, but later died. Police said “this was a situation where Mr. Enright was in the wrong place at the wrong time, he died because he tried to help someone.” Jesse Evan Ali Sellam, 22, was charged with second-degree murder and 18-year-old Taitusi Funaki Vikilani faced charges of manslaughter and assault causing bodily harm.
Feb. 19: Trevor Johnson, Abbotsford (IHIT)The 35-year-old man was stabbed to death at a gas station in Abbotsford. The victim was taken to hospital with critical injuries at about 10 p.m. Police arrested 30-year-old Abbotsford resident Thavone Junior Carlson, who faced a charge of second-degree murder in the incident. The victim met the suspect at the gas station, a fight broke out and Johnson was allegedly stabbed.
Feb. 23: Alexander Renney, Richmond (IHIT)The body of the 20-year-old Surrey resident was found near a business in the 14000 block of River Road in Richmond. Police said the victim was likely targeted.
Feb. 27: Michael Donald Amy, Surrey (IHIT)The body of the 34-year-old Abbotsford man was found in an SUV in the 9500-block of 139th Street just before 10 a.m. Police didn’t believe the incident was random. Police said 44-year-old Donald Lyle Salahub, wanted Canada-wide for violating his parole when he disappeared from a halfway house in February, was a person of interest in Amy’s death.
March 1: Vladimir Shevalev, Vancouver (VPD)The 80-year-old man was found dead in his Coal Harbour apartment. Police initially believed the death was a result of natural causes, but later determined it was a homicide. The victim’s son, 19-year-old Alexander Konstanovich Shevalev, was charged with manslaughter.
March 3: Crystal Rose Paul, Vancouver (VPD)The body of the 36-year-old m... (Vancouver Sun)
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