Gordon McIntyre, The Vancouver Sun

Gordon McIntyre

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Recent articles by Gordon:

Hastings Park: Cheating described at several levels in federal documents

Documents show 30 racetrack workers from Mexico had a variety of excuses for not having the proper papers. → Read More

Revel in the food, it's a PNE tradition

New delights, funky fusions, vegan eats, crisp beers all part of PNE Fair's Revel Zone food fest → Read More

Mass arrests at the track: 'It felt like we weren't in Canada for a moment'

Border Services agents on Monday rounded up as many as 26 contract workers who are employed by horse owners and trainers. → Read More

Parallel 49 introduces a wicked brew to commemorate PNE Fair's 109th birthday

NeFAIRious, a cerveza-style lager, was tailor-made for a hot summer's day → Read More

Tux-wearing Tyrone Reveen picks up at PNE where famous father left off

Billing himself as The Impossibilist 2.0, son of the late hypnotist and illusionist promises fairgoers at the PNE will be blown away by his nightly shows inside the Pacific Coliseum → Read More

Perseid meteor shower peaks tonight, but goes for several days

You’ll be able to see some of it for up to another week. → Read More

Doggy on death row for almost two years loses final provincial appeal

Only the Supreme Court of Canada could save Australian cattle dog Punky from being executed now → Read More

Blood-cancer survivor celebrates 10th anniversary of life-saving stem cell transplant

At first told her condition was terminal, Luba Baruke reunites with her donor, a United States Air Force pilot, to mark a decade-and-counting of an extended, and rich, life → Read More

Discovery of bodies means key question may never be answered: Why?

With the death of the murder suspects from Port Alberni, RCMP fear they may not unravel their motive for killing. → Read More

Take it slow: Five new speed enforcement cameras are up and running in Metro Vancouver

The will be joined by 30 more across the province by next spring → Read More

Port Alberni searches for answers as search for murder suspects continues

One of two teens on the run, Bryer Schmegelsky, described as edgy and an oddball with an aggressive gaming style and a fondness for Nazi paraphernalia → Read More

National manhunt on for Port Alberni teens suspected in three murders

In a stunning twist to the Alaska Highway multiple murders case, two Port Alberni teens said to be “just out on an adventure” by one’s father have been named suspects in the double slaying and are the subject of a nationwide → Read More

National manhunt on for Port Alberni teens suspected in three murders

If you see them, "do not approach, take no action and call immediately 911,” RCMP warned on Tuesday → Read More

Northern B.C.: The dead, the missing and the police investigation

B.C. Mounties will provide an update into two major investigations in Northern B.C. at an 11 a.m. press conference today. Police said they will also be issuing a public plea for information but provided no specifics. The update comes following several media outlets reported that a man wanted for murder in Texas could be linked […] → Read More

Sister speaks up after artists wrap album of late composer Saki Kaskas

Vancouver music man rose to prominence writing scores for EA's Need for Speed franchise before an accidental overdose took his life in November of 2016 → Read More

'Broke-back jockey' recovering after scary crash in Hastings Park race

"It's always there, the fear, it's always in the back of your mind when you have a 120-pound jockey on the back of a 1,200-pound animal." → Read More

Ten years of bike lanes in Vancouver: Life goes on, chaos averted

Looking at all the bike lanes popping up in Vancouver and around the Lower Mainland, it’s hard to remember how controversial the first one, over the Burrard Street Bridge, was when it opened for testing 10 years ago. But Kevin Quinlan, chief of staff for former mayor Gregor Robertson at the time, remembers. “You opened […] → Read More

Abbotsford couple's long wait to bring adopted son home from Nigeria finally over

Canadians from all over the country donated to a GoFundMe campaign to help Kim and Clark Moran cover the extensive costs of adopting their son → Read More

Vancouver student offers to water your plants, walk your dog, solve your existential crisis

Fluent in English, Spanish and French, Julia De La Puente says she has nothing to do and wants to buy a piano → Read More

B.C. author launches children's book about Muslim girl forced to flee to West

After her first day of school in her new country, young protagonist Asha realizes that there exist many more similarities than differences between cultures → Read More