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Iona Beach Regional Park


Saturday, July 23rd, 2016 — 12:42pm PST
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There are so many beautiful beaches around Vancouver, each with its own features, amenities, and scenery. Iona Beach Regional Park is unique in that the park, with beach, includes 13km of hiking trails, 3km of horseback riding trails, and 4km of cycling trails. Pinched between the Fraser River outlets to the Salish Sea, between Richmond […]

Things to do in Vancouver This Weekend


Thursday, July 21st, 2016 — 1:14pm PST
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Things to do in Vancouver This Weekend. Friday, July 22, 2016; Saturday, July 23, 2016; Sunday, July 24, 2016. Activities and events around Metro Vancouver.

Via Ferrata at Kicking Horse Mountain


Thursday, July 21st, 2016 — 12:40pm PST
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“I… I just need a minute,” I told the guide who was leading me around the corner of a rock face. I was 8,000ft up as I held onto my support harness with every ounce of energy I could muster. My foot kicked a rock loose and it tumbled. I counted the seconds until I […]

Harmony Arts Festival: Win Tickets to Mixology Night on the Pier


Thursday, July 21st, 2016 — 12:13pm PST
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West Vancouver sure knows how to throw a festival, making use of its spectacular setting and the loads of culinary, visual, performing, and literary arts talent in our region. The Harmony Arts Festival, presented by Odlum Brown Limited, runs July 29th to August 7th, 2016 is now in its 26th year of celebrating arts on […]

2 Days in Nanaimo: Plan a Festival Getaway


Thursday, July 21st, 2016 — 11:39am PST
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2 Days in Nanaimo: Plan a Festival Getaway! Suggestions for a few things you can experience while you’re in town for a festival this summer. Eat, drink, play!

Vintage Photos of Golf in Vancouver


Thursday, July 21st, 2016 — 9:41am PST
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Earlier this summer, Langara Golf Course in Vancouver celebrated its 90th anniversary. Opening in 1926, it was the city’s first public 18-hole course, and was constructed by The Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR). “In order to sell their large tract of land for housing in South Vancouver, in 1924 the CPR altered their philosophy slightly. They […]