February 25, 2018

“Welcome To The Punch” Hits Late March

IFC Films has scheduled a March 27th U.S. limited theatrical release, followed by a March 30th VOD release of Evan Creevy's "Welcome To The Punch". The film follows detective Max Lewinsky (James McAvoy) and master criminal Jacob Sternwood (Mark Strong). The latter is forced to return to London, giving the former a chance to get the criminal who … [Read more...]

Apple rumored to (again) be working on a cheaper iPhone, could arrive in late 2013

Remember this song and dance? You should. Major news agencies far and wide have been asserting that Apple would be producing a "cheaper iPhone" for years now, and it looks as if a few fresh rumors have the smoke all roiled up again. The Wall Street Journal is today reporting that Apple is "working on a lower-end iPhone," citing only "people … [Read more...]

More snow in the forecast for late tonight

More snow is on the way for tonight. CKNW's Mark Madryga says as opposed to this morning, where some parts of the Lower Mainland were spared the snow, it'll be a different story overnight. Madryga says a "well-organized" frontal system is moving in, on top of the cold air that will be here tomorrow morning. Temperatures will be close to zero … [Read more...]

It Is “Too Late” For John Hawkes

John Hawkes is set to star in Dennis Hauck's indie drama "Too Late" which unfolds in a non-linear fashion says The Hollywood Reporter. The story follows the tangled relationship between a troubled private investigator (Hawkes) and the missing woman he's hired to help find. Rider Strong, Natalie Zea, Dichen Lachman, Brett Jacobsen and Peter … [Read more...]

Vision to push for enhanced late night transit

  Vision Vancouver is making a push for more late night transit. Councillor Geoff Meggs says its a bid to fulfill a campaign promise, one he thinks can work, now that Translink is getting a 2-cent a litre gas tax increase. Meggs says we known translink is finally going to have the resources next year to add more service hours right across the … [Read more...]

North Vancouver family out of home after late night fire

A North Vancouver family is out of their home on East 20th Street this morning after a fire late last night. Deputy Fire Chief Dan Pistilli says crews were called out just before midnight for a fire in an upper-story bedroom. He says the fire was extinguished quickly, and everyone got out safely. "Quite a bit of smoke damage, heat damage to the … [Read more...]

Man gets late night bus ban, jail time for threatening driver

TORONTO - There will be no more late night bus rides for a Toronto man after a driver was threatened with being shot. The Toronto Transit Commission says a 30-year-old man was sentenced to five days in jail after pleading guilty to threatening a driver with bodily harm. The TTC says Alistair Bandoo also received one year of probation, including a … [Read more...]

Family of four out of home after late night fire

A family of four is out of their home this morning after a fire in their North Vancouver home last night. Assistant Fire Chief with North Van District Fire and Rescue, Mike Cairns says multiple calls came in just after 11 pm about a house fire on Paisley Road. "It was venting out the back corner bedroom and our crews showed up shortly after police … [Read more...]

Terry Fox Runs to pay tribute to the late Betty Fox

Two inspirations within the Fox family will be honoured at this year’s Terry Fox Run. The legacy of the inspirational Port Coquitlam amputee who attempted to run across Canada to raise money for cancer research lives on through the 31st edition of the annual Terry Fox Run. But participants this year will also be running in memory of Terry’s … [Read more...]