This evening a painting by a Group of Seven artist became most expensive Canadian artwork ever sold at auction. Lawren Harris‘ 1926 piece Mountain Forms, depicting Alberta’s Mount Ishbel in the Sawback Range of the Rocky Mountains in Banff National Park, sold at the hammer for $9.5 million. The white glove treatment-will this #LawrenHarris set […]
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Beach days, fireworks, festivals, and a very happy Pride Parade later and we’ve cruised into August from an eventful July. Between sunrises, sunsets, and standup paddle board pics, I’ve looked through the Miss604 Flickr Pool and #Photos604 on Instagram and out together the Vancouver Photos of the Week. Thanks for sharing! Vancouver Photos of the […]
On the western coast of the country, Vancouver, which is 19 years younger than Canada itself, has always known how to celebrate our nation’s birthday in style. Known as Dominion Day until 1982, Canada Day has traditionally been a time for family fun, parades, picnics, and afternoons at the beach. Not much has changed — […]
What could be better than a warm, sunny, Friday night on the coast celebrating our nation’s 149th birthday watching a dazzling fireworks display with friends and family? This Canada Day, you can enjoy many free activities around the region including these fireworks events: Canada Day Fireworks Surrey Canada Day takes place at the Bill Reid […]
Outdoor activities, family fun, and creative culinary creations await in Prince George. Whether you want to mountain bike, hike or paddle, or sit back to enjoy live music and local berry wine, this hub in Northern BC has something for everyone. I had the pleasure of visiting the city twice this spring and have put […]