Gordon McIntyre, The Vancouver Sun

Gordon McIntyre

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

Contact Gordon

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • The Vancouver Sun
Past:
  • The Chronicle Herald
  • The Montreal Gazette
  • The Province
  • TheStarPhoenix.com
  • The Windsor Star
  • 24 hours Vancouver
  • National Post

Recent articles by Gordon:

Work action on buses, SeaBus expected to continue after relatively uneventful long weekend

Negotiators from Unifor imposed a media blackout Monday in honour of Remembrance Day. → Read More

Vancouver hospital has key role in training Canadian military trauma surgeons

Embedded surgeons get to hone their skills, ready to deploy to war zones → Read More

Coquitlam teacher celebrates a decade of student outreach in the Downtown Eastside

More than 700 families have been reunited through students' Christmas-card outreach efforts. → Read More

Guru Nanak inspired Surrey's Punjabi community to raise millions for Memorial Hospital

Sikh founder’s birth celebrated on Nov. 12 this year, the day of the full moon in the month of Katak → Read More

It's called the silent killer because you may not even know you have it

National fundraising campaign kicks off as November is Diabetes Awareness Month. → Read More

Now that Ottawa has recognized their sacrifice, Métis veterans finally getting respect

Second World War sailor George Watson is the second vet in B.C. and 17th overall to receive a $20,000 cheque from a federal government $30-million fund for those Métis who served or their estates → Read More

Untold stories from war veterans lure young B.C. filmmaker all across Canada

Eric Brunt's Last Ones Standing tells stories that, in many cases, had never been told before → Read More

Pipeline plays a part in Liberal Terry Beech holding Burnaby North—Seymour

Beech voted against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project in the House of Commons — one of only two Liberals to do so — saying a majority of his constituents opposed it. → Read More

Petition with more than 15,000 global names asks for help find Canuck the Crow

Illinois woman’s plea to fans got responses from Canada and the U.S. → Read More

Kelowna, Kamloops get depots for lactating mothers to donate their milk

Interior Health opens two new depots to allow people to donate human milk for vulnerable babies → Read More

Here we go again: Canucks play the franchise's 50th home-opener Wednesday

Much has changed since Oct. 9, 1970, but the lack of a Stanley Cup hasn't. → Read More

Helping the blind to 'see': New Google app reads text out loud, warns of obstacles

West Vancouver native co-ordinating project of artificial intelligence, giving those with poor or no eyesight a helping hand. → Read More

Honour Ranch to assist veterans, first-responders suffering with PTSD

Refuge near Ashcroft will be a quiet place for those with the disorder and their families; treatment will include natural, agricultural and environmental therapies → Read More

Vernon ultra-triathlete set for 28-day race equivalent of 20 Ironmans

Shanda Hill, who overcame severe brain and spinal injuries, is one of five women and 14 competitors in total to attempt a 4,520-kilometre 'double-Deca' triathlon in Mexico, the longest such race of the year → Read More

Get noticed: How to make an impact with your protest sign at climate strike

Planning to attend the climate strike in Vancouver on Friday? Make your sign cuddly, catchy and to the point, the experts say. → Read More

Raccoons ransack White Rock home while owner was away

Ken Rechik was summoned back from a Costa Rican vacation by a neighbour who thought he'd been burglarized, only to find a whopping mess thanks to a crazed gaze of Zorro-masked vandals → Read More

Raise-a-Reader: You're never too young to enjoy a good book

Canucks' forward Sven Baertschi and his wife Laura are sharing their love of books with their new son → Read More

Beekeeping has a big impact in Liberia thanks to North Shore foundation

Kent Bubbs Jr. of Universal Outreach teaching farmers in the African nation to make honey and coconut oil so they're able to provide for their families' needs → Read More

World Sleep Congress to descend on Vancouver with latest scientific findings

World Sleep 2019 attracts sleep professionals from around the world to discuss sleep apnea, adolescents and sleep, weight gain and sleep, and other advances in medical and scientific ways to improve sleep health → Read More

Sally Ann launches fall campaign for clothing donations

Donations are the lifeblood of everything Salvation Army Thrift Stores, the original recyclers, do → Read More