Gordon McIntyre, The Vancouver Sun

Gordon McIntyre

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Recent articles by Gordon:

‘Putting these little guys first’: Life of tadpoles told in short film from Vancouver Island underwater filmmaker

Underwater adventure photographer/videographer Maxwel Hohn has released a lovely short documentary called Tadpoles: The Big Little Migration. → Read More

Oh, deer! Thousands of animals safely crossed Okanagan Connector last summer

Thousands of deer, bears, bighorn sheep, wolves and other wild animals are crossing B.C. highways safely thanks to tunnels and overpasses. → Read More

Silvia Moreno-Garcia's book Mexican Gothic riding high on New York Times best-sellers list

Vancouver author's newest novel has sold 40,000 copies and been on the New York Times hardcover best-seller list for eight weeks, climbing as high as No. 2. → Read More

Trouble with the henhouse: Maple Ridge family told to get rid of their backyard chickens

Tidmarsh and her husband got the six hens in April to ensure a secure supply of farm-fresh organic eggs for their eldest daughter → Read More

Without government aid, it could be lights out for Richmond Night Market

The main stage sits frozen, last year's theme still on display, the teardown and reconstruction barely begun. → Read More

Homeless count numbers, collected pre-COVID, don't paint the whole picture

Some indicators suggest homelessness has been rising because of COVID-19 → Read More

Local, cheaper food-delivery apps being developed to help struggling restaurants

It eats up 30 per cent of the meal's cost in the form of the fee companies charge to deliver meals. → Read More

Small wins keep Vancouver activist Fiona York from losing hope

Homeless have run out of places where they can be, so parks are about the only option, advocate says → Read More

Conservation group asks motorists to slow down and keep an eye out for turtles on the road

“Turtles are not just adorable, they’re an important part of wetland ecosystems,” said Kristyn Ferguson, the NCC's program director. → Read More

Tent city at Vancouver's Strathcona Park growing, no enforcement of bylaw on removing tents in the morning

Tent city at Strathcona Park growing, no enforcement of bylaw on removing tents in the morning → Read More

Shoebox packed with the past helps ease present isolation of our COVID times

Styling glasses, cigarette held like he’s James Bond at the baccarat table, Clark Gable stache. Could my dad have once been cool? → Read More

For UBC physics engineer, the sky's the limit in his souped-up BMW

“One reason I love racing so much is I can practice my engineering talent in a way that pays back immediately in my sport, as well as the exhilaration of racing,” says Andre Marziali. → Read More

Abbotsford puts out call for its old street lights to be fixed up, shipped out

Winning bid would refurbish used, high-pressure sodium vapour street lamps and fixtures, recycle them to an undeveloped country where needed. → Read More

COVID-19: Fundraising campaign started for Richmond father who died at home

Warlito Valdez, 47, died in the den of his Richmond townhouse over the weekend, 11 days into a 14-day quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19 on March 23. → Read More

Richmond man who died at home leaves wife and four-year-old daughter

Flozier Tabagin is inconsolable as she tries imagining the future without her husband Warlito → Read More

How one boutique farm is getting its produce to consumers

How one boutique farm is getting its produce to consumers → Read More

Girl Guides look for help selling 800,000 boxes of cookies, proceeds fund all their activities for the year

It took a pandemic to, for now, arrest a tradition that began in 1927 with girls baking their own cookies following a Girl Guides recipe. → Read More

Walnut Grove gardeners told to tear out their plots on B.C. Hydro right-of-way

The warning letter, dated Jan. 24, went out to homes that back onto the greenway, alerting residents to an April 20 deadline for them to clear their gardens and any associated structures or compost bins. If they don't, the township will do it for them. → Read More

Alberta's first confirmed COVID-19 patient was likely infected by a B.C. man

There have now been 107,897 confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide and 3,658 deaths, according to the latest figures from the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering's Centre for Systems Science and Engineering. → Read More

Kamloops to use ground-penetrating radar to locate graves where planned tree museum would go

Before the arboretum can go ahead, city needs to identify more than 1,000 unmarked places of burial → Read More