This week in (gay) Vancouver: bears, vets and votes

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Lest we forget. Vancouver Remembrance Day ceremonies take place at Victory Square

This week in (gay) Vancouver includes a party for bears (and their admirers) but also reminders to remember and to vote.

The bears are back in town as Bearracuda (Nov 10) celebrates its fourth anniversary with DJ Paul Goodyear (Sydney) upstairs and DJs G Luv and Freddy King of Pants down.

Lest we forget.  Vancouver Remembrance Day ceremonies (Nov 11) begin at 8:30am with the lighting of Olympic Cauldron at Jack Poole Plaza.  At 10am veterans, military marching units and bands will be led to Victory Square at West Hastings & Cambie Street, whith the cenotaph ceremony starting at 10:30am. A moment of silence takes place at 11am.

Don’t forget to vote!  Municipalities across British Columbia take to the polls (Nov 15) to elect City Councillors, School Boards and in some jurisdictions, Park Board members.  Information on select municipal elections in the Lower Mainland can be found at the following links. Consult your own City Hall for more information.

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