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Member of the Month – Jorge Posada

By Jennifer Silver | November 29, 2019

Jorge Posada was born in Medellín but lived his formative years in Bogotá. He explains the differences between the two Colombian cities in ways Colombians would understand. “Medellín and Bogotá have two very different personalities,” he says. “There are always differences, but they manage to co-exist.” British Columbians would understand this as the manner in Read More

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Terminal City Times – December

By Jennifer Silver | November 28, 2019

Click here to read the December 2019 Terminal City Times PRESIDENT’S LETTER DEAR FELLOW MEMBERS, Thank you for giving me the privilege to serve as your President for this year. This is my final letter to you as President and I have enjoyed working for all of you. In this process, I have learned a lot about Read More

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Member of the Month – Damian Frith

By Jennifer Silver | November 1, 2019

  Damian Frith loves to run, and while he is certainly not alone in this regard, there is a uniqueness to his approach that places him in rarified and elite company. Consider first there is the matter of having run what the marathoning community commonly refers to as “The Six Majors.”Frith has competed and completed Read More

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Terminal City Times – November

By Jennifer Silver | November 1, 2019

Click here to read the November 2019 Terminal City Times DEAR FELLOW MEMBERS, It seems that Fall has arrived with gusto, bringing some record-breaking low temperatures for this time of year. Nonetheless, I’m hoping that those cool, cycle-friendly mornings turn into sunny, patio-friendly afternoons for a few more weeks to come. And fortunately, the cooling trend has Read More

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Member of the Month – Bob Mehr

By Jennifer Silver | October 2, 2019

Bob Mehr lived his formative years in Iran and arrived in Vancouver, alone, when he was 17. Iran was in a prolonged war with Iraq and Bob’s parents thought it was best to send their son abroad, rather than have him enlist in the military. After completing high school at Vancouver’s Columbia College, he delayed Read More

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