You need The Province for the latest news....(riots, war, hurricane, earthquake); sports (hockey, soccer, baseball, football, tennis); options; classified ads: jobs, income opportunities, rentals, car sales, boat sales, Canucks Tickets or obituaries, to stay in touch.
My father always read The Province financial page first, looking to trade options, and then he would read the obituaries column. As a kid I wondered why? I didn't even know what an obituary was. Sadly, these days we read obituaries of newspapers, but not this one. The Vancouver Province is alive and well.
Even older than The Sun, The Province has been publishing the latest British Columbian news since 1898. Although its circulation is slightly higher than The Sun, its facilities are a bit smaller.
This paper is set up in tabloid format with breaking news as well as national and international stories in the front section. An arts section provides residents and visitors with the latest cultural happenings.
(see "Vancouver Theatre")