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Stanley Cup Riot

Pull Love also uses the image on the company's Facebook page for Romania. Photographer Rich Lam told The Huffington Post
In recent memory, I can think of only three serious, rock-'em-sock-'em demonstrations in Canada. It's not as though Canadians are lacking for things to protest about. It's just that our national preference (outside Quebec, at least) is to avoid conflict whenever possible. And, I suppose, we've probably become too comfortable, perhaps even lazy, about tackling issues that don't have direct or immediate implications for us.
Yes, it's an expensive city. But that's like complaining too many people hit on your spouse because they're so hot. It's a gorgeous city in a beautiful setting with top-notch bars and restaurants, a thriving arts scene, and more. Guess what's driving the cost? People moving here, at any cost, because it's so awesome. It's a vicious cycle. Would you prefer it be less awesome? We wouldn't.
Tattoos, punk rock and Vancouver's mayor mix it up in a new single by rapper Yelawolf and drummer Travis Barker. Yes, all
The Crown is appealing the sentences of two Stanley Cup rioters, arguing that their punishments were not sufficient. B.C
The Vancouver police travelled to Saskatchewan to arrest their "most elusive rioter" from last year’s Stanley Cup rampage
A hockey rioter described by the Crown as a “significant instigator” in last June’s Stanley Cup melee was given a 90-day
A student at the University of British Columbia will spend his weekends in jail for his role in the 2011 Stanley Cup riot
An American accused of taking part in the Stanley Cup riot has been arrested by Canadian border gaurds. Dakota Schlag, 20
The 2011 Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver will be remembered as being much worse than the city's 1994 riot, the man who investigated