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4 days ago · Bob Sarti, 77, Canadian journalist (Vancouver Sun), problems caused by thrombocytopenia.  Ezra Schabas , 96, American-born Canadian musician, educator and author.
Oct 04, 2020 · This isn’t the book I expected Ian Haysom to write. Having run the newsrooms of the Vancouver Sun, the Vancouver Province, BCTV, CHEK and Global B.C., and being a gifted storyteller, it just . . .
3 days ago · Obituaries. Read the latest on the deaths of notable people. These news stories recount the lives that made them prominent locally, nationally and worldwide.
Oct 13, 2020 · As B.C.’s three party leaders head into Tuesday’s (Oct. 13) televised debate, a new poll shows John Horgan’s NDP holding a comfortable, double-digit lead over Andrew Wilkinson and the B.C ...
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4 days ago · Dame Elizabeth Taylor, 79, British-American actress (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Giant, A Place in the Sun), heart failure. Fred Titmus, 78, English test cricketer. Fritz Tschannen, 90, Swiss accordion player and Olympic ski jumper. Leonard Weinglass, 78, American civil rights lawyer, pancreatic cancer.
Today · spor ts b11 tuesday, o ctober 20, 2020 vancouver sun the vancouver sun in memoriams notes the following obituaries in today’s paper. To view a notice online, share your memories or express condolences, go to: vancouversunandprovince. remembering.ca AMES, Ronald KLEFSTAD, Anne Notices may not appear alphabetically due to space ...
5 days ago · A Vancouver Sun reporter phoned out of the blue, looking for a story. So Jim Bohlen said they were planning to send a boat to Amchitka. “Something must be done to stop the Americans from their insane ecological vandalism,” Bohlen said in the Feb. 9, 1970, Sun.