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H.G. Watson | Canucks Sports & Entertainment will be ending their contract with Aramark Canada Ltd and is set to lay off almost 1,000 concession stand workers at Vancouver's Rogers Arena.
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Humberto DaSilva | If a heavy-handed, ham-fisted regime tried to use the spectacle of Olympic sport to sleight-of-hand the disappearance of democracy, surely Canadians would riot like disappointed Canucks fans ... not!
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David Murphy | The Canadian foundations of the game were wholly abandoned, so much so that no Canadian team has been able to win the Stanley Cup since the 1990s -- so that is a bit to contend with.
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Chris Shaw | VPD chief Jim Chu and Vancouver's Gregor Robertson are desperately trying to shift blame for the Stanley Cup riot away from their own culpability onto the backs of others.
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Chris Shaw | Vancouver City Manager, Penny Ballem strategizes with Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, Premier Christy Clark, and VPD Chief Jim Chu about how to manage the fallout from the Stanley Cup riot.
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Rick Salutin | Humans are emotional beings, but you can also think of us as symbolic. Sports is part of that. We remain prey to our feelings and the symbols that embody them.
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Murray Dobbin | What else was the spectacle of the Vancouver riots than a declaration that these young men have so little in their lives to give them meaning that they can find it in destroying their own city.
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Dave Zirin | What happened after the game was neither in the spirit of people at the arena nor the spirit of those who bravely protested the G8 and G20 meetings in Toronto in June 2010.