The Canadian Internet Marketing Conference (“CIMC”) is coming up March 28th to March 29th, 2015 at Quest University in Squamish, BC. Why I am Speaking on a Panel Let’s face it, the thought of “internet marketing” doesn’t always conjure up the most pleasant feelings as pop-up ads, spam email, and unwanted selling opportunities come to […]
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Scout Magazine‘s co-founder Andrew Morrison and writer Sean Orr have completed the mighty task of putting together a Vancouver Lexicon, within which you will find local inside jokes, definitions, historical tidbits, hockey player nicknames, and of course no list of Vancouverisms would be complete without Leaky Condos. Photo credit: Clayton Perry on Flickr Scout released […]
Over the years I have profiled bloggers from the Northwest Territories to the Fraser Valley, anyone that interests me and that I hope will interest you as well. A few years ago I started asking a standard set of questions and this is the latest instalment of this continuing series. Louisa Chan Photo credit: Livia […]
We recently heard from some Midwest travellers who visited Vancouver this spring and it was fascinating to hear them remark not on the mountains and the ocean, of which locals are so proud, but our architecture. In particular, the brilliant glass along False Creek and Coal Harbour that has been forming like crystals since the […]
The results are in for WE Vancouver’s Best of the City readers’ choice awards for 2014 and I am very honoured to be named #1 Best Local Blog and #2 Best Local Twitter account! This is the 17th annual Best of the City edition of WE Vancouver and it’s the biggest yet, including a new […]
Throughout the year my pal Marc Smith chronicles his adventures one day at a time, in themes that last for 30 days. He’s featured food truck eating, random acts of kindness, ethnic eats, travel, and more in 30-day spans. Along with his video series co-host Steven Schelling, Marc has come up with 30 items that […]
Over the years I have profiled bloggers from the Northwest Territories to the Fraser Valley, anyone that interests me and that I hope will interest you as well. A few years ago I started asking a standard set of questions and this week I reached out to a former teacher of mine who is making […]