Category Archive: We’re Blue, We’re White

#CapsOnTour Making News EVERYWHERE

Our decision to stand in solidarity with members who are directly or indirectly affected by US travel restrictions and increasingly difficult examination procedures has resulted in unprecedented media coverage about our supporters group and what we stand for. We have compiled some media links below for you to check out the many articles and broadcast items …

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Board statement on #CapsOnTour

Dear Southsiders, You should know these words well: “Boundary Road, take me home, to the place where I belong.” Our supporter’s group was founded on the principles of inclusivity, acceptance and respect for all who sought to stand with us. Since our earliest days we have stood for equality, and we have spoken out against …

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2017 Memberships Are Now Available!

New year, new season. Time to hit the reset button and recapture some of the magic that has been missing on and off the pitch the past few years. We will be putting in a lot of extra work this year to let people know who we are, what we offer, and what we’re doing …

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Save The Date!

The Southsiders 2017 Launch Party goes down at The Belmont Bar (1006 Granville St, underneath Doolin’s) on Saturday February 18 at 3 pm. Event details will be announced shortly, but there will most definitely be beer, great prizes and *possibly* some very special guests. It’s going to be a fantastic event. You need to be …

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Erin’s Story: Why We #Talk4Erin

  As our #Talk4Erin mental health awareness campaign has been moving along in tandem with the upcoming buzz around #BellLetsTalk Day, many of you have been asking about the namesake of these efforts. Her name is Erin Dyk. She died on December 11, 2013 at the age of 24. Though she is one of more than …

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Southsiders urged to #Talk4Erin in support of @CrisisCentreBC

Mental health – two words that represent a vast range of extraordinary challenges affecting millions of Canadians and their loved ones. More than 15,000 British Columbians have taken their own lives in the past 30 years. Chances are, you’ve known one of them. There are people in our community right now who are struggling and …

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Vancouver Southsiders Annual General Meeting, December 10th, 2016 at 2pm

It is time for to hold our annual general meeting. The official notice of the AGM is available here: Notice of Vancouver Southsiders 2016 December Annual General Meeting Where: The Belmont Bar, 1006 Granville St, Vancouver, BC When: Saturday, December 10th Doors at 2pm Registration at 2:30pm Call to order at 3pm All members in …

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Call for Hypocritical, Unfair and Arbitrary Sanctions in MLS to End

 Fellow Southsiders, The Independent Supporters Council (ISC) is calling for the ridiculous ban on a member of the District Ultras to be lifted, and calling for cooperation from MLS to establish clear and well-understood rules for similar situations that might arise in the future. Read the text of the ISC release below. Recently Major League Soccer has taken …

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Seattle Away? Seattle Away! March 19

Important information on Seattle Away March 19 trip. Please read very carefully. Please read through the general Away Travel Policies and the Southsiders Code of Conduct. Anyone who travels with us is subject to these policies — no exceptions.  This means that you and your friends and/or family members that are making the trip with you are …

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Acknowledging our “Southsisters” on International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day. The Vancouver Southsiders Board of Directors would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the tremendous contributions women make each and every day to the betterment of our organization and to the growth of supporters culture in British Columbia. Our “Southsisters” march to BC Place with the best of ’em …

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