Randy Shore, The Vancouver Sun

Randy Shore

The Vancouver Sun

Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia

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  • The Vancouver Sun
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  • Regina Leader Post
  • The Montreal Gazette
  • The Province
  • TheStarPhoenix.com
  • Edmonton Journal
  • 24 hours Vancouver
  • The Windsor Star
  • National Post
  • Calgary Herald

Recent articles by Randy:

Billion dollar boom: UNDRIP opens the door to First Nations partnerships

First Nations business set to hit $100 billion in just five years → Read More

Pressure on to move rocks the size of 'houses and cars' at Big Bar landslide

Military and civilian experts in explosions have been providing advice on clearing huge rockfall → Read More

Meet the chef: Stewart Boyles has gone wild

Culinary Capers’ executive chef Stewart Boyles is taking local to a whole new level. He helped Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond earn a Michelin star in Scotland and applies that experience to his pioneering work in Vancouver. Since his return in 2016, Boyles has forged relationships with local, sustainable producers, from Two Arrow Meats and […] → Read More

Meat-eaters, vegetarians to share food price pain

Families will spend $500 more for food in the coming year, about $12,667, according to the 10th edition of Canada's Food Price Report → Read More

Fraser River the most critically endangered river in B.C: Outdoor council

A Freedom of Information request concerning Ottawa’s policy on steelhead conservation was initially estimated to take 822 years → Read More

Thousands of ride-hailing drivers ready to hit the roads in B.C.

The Chinese-language Kabu Ride app, which operated in the grey area, has been working hard to have its drivers update to commercial licences → Read More

First Nations graduation rates on the rise in B.C.

Students and educators say addition of Indigenous history and culture to curriculum is the key to success → Read More

'Sharing their stories': Women helping women escape violence, 40 years on

Battered Women’s Support Services commemorates 40 years of service on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women → Read More

Meet the chef: Xin Mao fuses Chinese and Italian cuisine in surprising ways

Xin Mao's Chinese lamb rice is easy to create and filled with dynamic flavours. → Read More

Cermaq cleaning up after algae hits fish farms

The native algae have rigid spines that damage the gills of the fish → Read More

Closed B.C. beaches serve up worst of paralytic shellfish poisonings

Tests on contaminated seafood found toxin levels up to 250 times the regulatory limit → Read More

Police transition will mean some Surrey belt-tightening

Staff note that establishing the Surrey Police Department will prevent the city from hiring any new firefighters. → Read More

B.C. puts satellite surveillance of farms on hold after outcry

The contract was abruptly withdrawn after farmers complained the government was spying on them → Read More

Squamish nation's Kitsilano development promises to be transformative

More than 4,000 nation members are eligible to vote December 10 on whether to proceed with the $3-billion project. → Read More

Baldwin brothers shot to death weeks apart

Keith Baldwin died of a gunshot wound Oct. 22, then his brother, Andrew Baldwin, was shot to death inside a home in Surrey on Nov. 11. → Read More

Natural gas drilling credits eat up royalty revenue from extraction industry: report

Just over $2.6 billion in deep well credits are currently owed to producers, which they can use to reduce natural gas royalty payments → Read More

Meet the chef: Jean-Claude Douguet brings his life's passion to Gotham

Chef Jean Claude Douguet honed his skills over winters in the Alps and summers in St. Tropez. Today, Douguet leads the kitchen at Gotham Steakhouse & Bar. → Read More

Tenants on First Nations land face complex legal landscape

Many First Nations opt to have their own tenancy laws rather than use provincial renter protections → Read More

Squamish Nation development to expand Downtown Vancouver's footprint

The $3-billion Senakw project will consist of 6,000 mostly rental units in 11 towers on a five-hectare parcel. → Read More

First Nations seal hunters meet with Chinese officials to establish fur market

First Nations hope to pursue direct trade with China as they gain more control over their resources. → Read More