Last month I talked about where everyone will be during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games. I plan on staying around town, making one quick day trip to Whistler, being extremely busy covering events for you all to enjoy, and watching the best in the world excel in their sport. I wanted to take a moment […]
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The Yaletown Business Improvement Association has come up with the Made in Vancouver Street Festival which will take place February 13th until the 27th. Aside from hosting LiveCity Yaletown, one of the city’s official Celebration Sites during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games, Yaletown is also taking this opportunity to showcase its community. The event will […]
Writing my Vancouver 2010 Pavilion & Hospitality Houses post the name Granville Island came up quite a bit. Vancouver’s favourite market, theatre, artisan and creekside destination is playing host to many events this month. Here’s a rundown of what you can find, where to find it, and how to get there. What’s Going On House […]
Photo credit: John Bollwitt On February 12, 2010 the Olympic Torch Relay will make its way down Denman Street with the torch carried by Judy Caldwell. Judy is the founder of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, BC/Yukon Region and spectators are encouraged to come out and support her leg of the relay by wearing pink. […]
I profiled Canada’s Northern House in my giant Vancouver 2010 Pavilions & Hospitality Houses post however I have also been providing expanded coverage for many of the houses. There’s much to do at Canada’s Northern House as they have quite a bit to offer at Games time. Photo credit: Canada’s North on Flickr Representing the […]
Vancouver has LiveCity, Surrey has its Celebration Site at Holland Park, and Richmond will also be on the 2010 celebration festival map with the Richmond O Zone at Minoru Park. Photograph Â© City of Richmond | 2010 Accessible from the Canada Line, this massive outdoor festival will host concerts, family activities and even the Holland […]
Last night we attended the Vancouver 2010 Torch Relay celebration in Prince George. I don’t want to give away too many details as the crew of 250+ is currently on the road to the Lower Mainland. What I can say is that this traveling act that have been going for about 4 solid months sure […]