One of the best ways to get to know a city, in particular your own, is through its food scene and Michelle Ng from Vancouver Foodie Tours has been linking locals and visitors to Vancouver’s culinary heartbeat since 2010. It’s a great time of year to not only experience a tour for yourself but to […]
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This Sunday Santa Clause will arrive to welcome the holiday season to downtown Vancouver and to help collect donations for the Greater Vancouver Food Bank. I browsed the Vancouver Public Library and City of Vancouver Archives to see if I could spot Santa around town throughout the years. As it turns out, he used to […]
The 2014 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic will take place March 2, 2014 at BC Place as the Vancouver Canucks take on the Ottawa Senators in an open-roof stadium match. Teams unveiled their jerseys for the event this morning, both using inspiration from early club sweaters. Image provided by the Vancouver Canucks social media team. […]
The Goh Ballet’s Nutcracker will be dazzling audiences of all ages in Vancouver this Christmas, set to Tchaikovsky’s unforgettable score performed by members of the Vancouver Opera Orchestra. Photo courtesy of Goh Ballet. A Traditional Rendition of a Classical Masterpiece. Experience Clara’s dream come to life as she embarks on a magical journey through the […]
I am pleased to once again support and participate in CKNW Orphans’ Fund Pledge Day at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver. I was first involved in 2011 after my company put together a new website for the CKNW Orphans’ Fund and last year I volunteered a few hours on the phone lines taking donations. I’ll be […]
It’s a sculpture as old as I am but thanks to the magical sharing power the internet and Flickr photos, it seems a new angle and new perspective of Gate to the Northwest Passage is captured almost every day. Installed at Vanier Park in Kitsilano back in 1980, this square, metal frame, with bottom ends […]