Kraft Project Play is helping to build a better future by building better places to play, awarding one community in Canada $250,000 for a recreational facility upgrade for their soccer, tennis, basketball, or general play. The four finalists in the competition have been named and there’s only one in Western Canada: Salt Spring Island’s Portlock […]
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It’s the very last weekend of the FIFA Women’s World Cup with England and Germany playing on Saturday followed by the USA and Japan playing at BC Place for the championship on Sunday. The Fan Zone will be open for free each day for viewing and there’s a special guest appearing on the 4th of […]
Born and raised in Surrey, and having been the first blogger to ever write about my beloved hometown (back in 2004), I am proud to once again sponsor the FREE Surrey Canada Day. Happening on July 1st at the Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre (176 Street and 64th Avenue) in Cloverdale, festivities will kick off at […]
A full house is expected at BC Place on Saturday, June 27th as Canada takes on England in the FIFA Women’s World Cup quarter finals. In anticipation of the crowd, with upwards of 53,000 fans attending the match not to mention thousands in bars, restaurants, and at the Fan Zone, BC Place issued a statement […]
53,855 spectators attended the Round of 16 knock-out match between Canada and Switzerland on Sunday, making it one for the records books with the highest attendance for any national team match (any sport, men or women) ever in Canada. With a slow start to the match in the first half, both teams came out ready […]
National Aboriginal Day is being celebrated at Canada Place on Saturday, June 20, 2015 with the North Point hosting music, dance, and stories from 11:00am to 5:00pm. National Aboriginal Day in Vancouver The event will provide opportunities for guest of all ages to engage with and learn more about Aboriginal culture and will feature a […]