Randy Shore, The Vancouver Sun

Randy Shore

The Vancouver Sun

Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia

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  • The Vancouver Sun
Past:
  • 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:

Heaven or hell? B.C. communities plan for an uncertain climate future

As the world continues to warm, every city, town and village in B.C. will be living its own unique version of climate change → Read More

Meet the chef: Mike Mulcahy likes a big feast

Mike Mulcahy worked at Milestones for 13 years before opening Big Feast Bistro & Catering in 2010 → Read More

ICBC rolls out rate structure overhaul

Premium and discount calculations will be weighted 75 per cent on the principal driver and 25 per cent on the other listed driver with the highest risk profile → Read More

Greenhouses going to pot: Agricultural Land Reserve cannabis rules spark boom in conversions

The growing area under glass in B.C. jumped by 20 per cent in 2018 to 1,200 acres as greenhouse industry expanded to replace space converted for cannabis → Read More

By the numbers: Clean energy vehicle adoption in B.C.

Transition of the province's 3.45 million registered vehicles from fossil fuels to electricity very much at the beginning of the beginning → Read More

Deep sea expedition finds coral forest gem off B.C. coast

Scientists were blown away by the variety and density of the coral species all thriving together on the side of Canada's largest underwater volcano → Read More

Mudgirls revive ancient building technique to create earth-friendly cob homes

The Mudgirls Collective builds traditional cob homes for clients, though they prefer to build with their clients' participation, so they learn how to create and maintain the structure for themselves → Read More

Meet the chef: Cam Hunter has local flavours on tap

Cam Hunter recently joined the team at Geo Cider Co. in Squamish as executive chef, where he is creating dishes that complement the eight flavours of cider on tap. → Read More

B.C. doctor's dream job was flight surgeon for Apollo 11

Dr. Bill Carpentier of Lake Cowichan was on the Sea King recovery helicopter and checked the physical condition of each crew member as he came aboard. → Read More

Green, Liberal nominations the hottest ticket in B.C. politics

With six B.C. riding associations left to choose a candidate, the Greens could easily top 50 per cent contested nominations. → Read More

Green, Liberal nominations the hottest ticket in politics

With six B.C. riding associations left to choose a candidate, the Greens could easily top 50 per cent contested nominations. → Read More

Underwater mountain a trove of undiscovered species

Expedition will return scientists to Explorer Seamount, Canada's largest underwater volcano → Read More

Bushman of Valemount: Inquest probes fatal police shooting

John Robert Buehler was squatting in a remote trapper's cabin with his daughter and six menacing German shepherds on Sept. 17, 2014, the day he was ambushed and killed by police officers. → Read More

Oh no, it's a bait car! B.C.'s auto crime fighting tool makes an impact

B.C.'s bait cars put a dent in auto crime as well as making awesome videos. → Read More

For some with chronic pain, 'life isn't worth living'

One in three Canadians experiencing chronic pain, survey finds → Read More

White ravens, crows and fawns (oh my)

Two white ravens have hatched near Coombs on Vancouver Island, possibly siblings to a white raven spotted last year, or its offspring. Photographer Mike Yip caught sight of the pair hanging around together about two weeks ago. “They are together, but they are moving around a lot,” he said. “We are getting one or two […] → Read More

Wildfire damage so far in 2019 just one per cent of 2018's total

Since April 1, 466 fires have been recorded but just 11,568 hectares burned in the province. → Read More

Meet the Chef: Scott Minns cooked his way from Trail to Vancouver

Jam Cafe head chef Scott Minns has been cooking since he was 15 → Read More

'Slightly nervous' about small earthquakes? We should be

Recent earthquakes don’t raise the risk of a devastating quake in southwestern B.C., but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be worried → Read More

Sunshine Coast cafe owner whipped up firefighters breakfasts for dozens

“I made sure they all got bacon, sausage, eggs, hash browns, coffee — a logger’s breakfast,” says Java Docks’ Shelley Wharton. And her customers were grateful → Read More