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How We Help Vancouver's Mentally Ill During The Holidays

As the holiday season approaches, many will enjoy the festivities with family and friends but other people in Vancouver will be hurting. Those living with mental illness can find this time of year challenging and our clients at The Kettle Society often find the holidays to be the loneliest time of year. Most services are closed on December 25th, but we stay open. Everyone feels accepted and at home here. On Christmas Day we host a turkey lunch with all the trimmings, table cloths and décor. Depending on public donations, we give out small gifts like gloves, socks and boxes of chocolates. We want everyone to feel valued.

More Riot Charges Coming

Vancouver Police Chief Jim Chu says police are recommending charges against 25 more people from last year's Stanley Cup riot and he expects another 100 suspects to be added to the list in the coming m...
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Chief Apologizes For Police Shooting

Vancouver police Chief Jim Chu has apologized to the family of a man shot dead by an officer in 2007 and says the department will fully co-operate with the new investigation into the death. Paul Boyd...
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Riot Review Backs Police, Chief Says

Both Vancouver police Chief Jim Chu and Mayor Gregor Robertson say the review of the Stanley Cup riot supports their position that there was little more they could have done to prevent what happened....
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Vancouver Riot Review Expected This Week

VANCOUVER - An independent review into Vancouver's Stanley Cup riot is set to be released Thursday, more than two months after several blocks of the city's downtown were left a mess of broken glass an...