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Duncan McGregor

Duncan McGregor is a journalism student studying at Thompson Rivers University. Duncan has recently relocated to Vancouver over the summer and looks forward to writing about the city, its people and the exciting cultural and science-related happenings here.

NPA hopeful candidates open up to voters at Pub Night

NPA members, candidate-hopefuls and the simply curious met at Original Joe's for the NPA's Pub Night -- a chance for people to meet candidates and get to know who they are.

Kid Carson celebrates with Vancouver Canucks’ historic victory

Vancouver goes wild after the Canucks make the Stanley Cup finals. Kid Carson takes it all in.

May 21 is here and Armageddon is late again

May 21 has arrived, and much to the dismay of radio preacher, Harold Camping, the world hasn't ended.

TPad: a touchscreen with feeling

Researchers at UBC are working on the TPad -- a touchscreen technology you can feel.

One year anniversary of blue whale specimen at the Beaty Bidioversity Museum at UBC

The Beaty Bidioversity Museum at UBC has a big anniversary coming up. Big Blue, their prize specimen, will be turning one-year old.

Musqueam Indian Band to host historic citizenship awards

On Saturday, June 25, the Musqueam Indian Band, with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, will be holding a historic citizenship awards ceremony at the Musqueam Cultural Pavilion, located in the...

BC First Party candidate Danielle Alie: Pushing for widespread reform

BYELECTION 2011: Everything from social programs to agriculture and tax policy can be improved, she says.

The Liberals' big defeat a long time coming

DECISION 2011: Party poorly organized, thin on the ground, eaten up by factions, apathy among followers, says SFU prof.