Randy Shore, The Vancouver Sun

Randy Shore

The Vancouver Sun

Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia

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Past articles by Randy:

Meet the chef: Garett Blundell is jammin at The Parq

Chef Garett Blundell’s early career was spent in Victoria cooking at boutique Brentwood Bay Lodge’s restaurant, Arbutus → Read More

10-year-old B.C. girl hospitalized with rare COVID-19 syndrome

A girl diagnosed with COVID-19 last month is now in B.C. Children’s Hospital suffering from a rare syndrome associated with the coronavirus. → Read More

Mailbox thieves on the Sunshine Coast strike again and again

Thieves on the Sunshine Coast are targeting outdated community mailboxes in remote locations, likely in search of valuables, cash, and cheques. → Read More

Destroyed grizzly was not a candidate for relocation

The Conservation Officer Service informed senior staff in the Ministries of Environment and Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations that Mali was not a… → Read More

Meet the Chef: Christopher West takes helm at Cafe Medina

I’ve always been better at taking stock of the ingredients first, then finding a way to incorporate them into a dish. → Read More

Powering up ‘pleasures’ over pandemic: Christmas lights, decorations out early to counter COVID gloom

The holiday season is full of small pleasures, rituals and traditions, and this year it seems like people can’t wait to get started. → Read More

Young adults suffering outsized impacts from pandemic response measures, survey finds

Families with children were also more likely to report a higher mental health burden → Read More

COVID-19: Pandemic has hit special needs kids hard, advocate's report says

The pandemic cast a harsh light on a "crisis decades in the making" for families that rely on supports for children with lifelong disabilities, neurological… → Read More

Sunshine Coast real estate market suddenly hot

The proportion of asking-price and above-asking purchases for real estate has been rising steadily since July. → Read More

Sunshine Coast real estate market suddenly hot

The proportion of asking-price and above-asking purchases for real estate has been rising steadily since July. → Read More

Schools race to improve ventilation as a way to control coronavirus

Fully exchanging indoor air that may contain droplets or aerosols capable of transporting the virus with fresh air that is free of the virus is obviously desirable. → Read More

COVID-19: Fast test would be a gift for seniors in long-term care

Care-home residents are withering away without the attention of their families, limited to short, once-weekly visits. → Read More

Scientists probe DNA to create game-changing strain of mildew resistant cannabis

Grey mould — known in the industry as bud rot — can quickly devastate a cannabis crop. → Read More

Meet the chef: Hung Nguyen brings an imaginative flair

Hung Nguyen of B House has been working in the hospitality industry for more than a decade. → Read More

Recipe: Crunchy Tomato, Pepper and Anchovy Toasts

Get the highest quality anchovies. → Read More

COVID-19: Vancouver’s Acuitas Therapeutics a key contributor to coronavirus solution

Over the years, Thomas Madden has founded a number of companies based on his research successes. → Read More

B.C. mink farms inspected for COVID-19 biosecurity

No infections have been reported in mink in B.C., but farmers are being cautious after Denmark ordered millions of farmed mink destroyed → Read More

Even under eased restrictions, care home visits are way down: B.C.'s Seniors' Advocate

Families cannot wait a year or more to visit aging relatives living in care homes, many of whom are in the final 18 months of their lives. → Read More

Canfor plans for herbicide treatments on regenerating forests

"We are legally responsible to re-establish a healthy forest stand of conifer trees where they were removed," said Canfor. → Read More

British Columbians willing to pay more for locally grown food, but not much more

More than 80 per cent of British Columbians are willing to pay a premium for locally grown fruits and vegetables, the highest rate in Canada → Read More