The BC Sugar Refinery, a behemoth of a complex that you can’t avoid if you’ve ever driven down Powell Street, is Vancouver’s oldest industrial site. Dating back to 1890, the refinery is just four years older than the City of Vancouver itself. It’s frequently used in movie and television production and is often photographed, making […]
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On Saturday night it was Team Canada’s turn to dazzle half a million fireworks spectators in the 25th Honda Celebration of Light. Following strong showings from China and Brazil, SHOREfest concerts, and aerial shows in the skies, it was a special anniversary year for the festival. At the end of the night, Team Canada was […]
The second night of the Honda Celebration of Light saw an estimated 300,000 people pack Vancouver beaches for Team Brazil’s display in the longest running offshore fireworks competition. While I’m still out of town in New Orleans, I followed the comments online that called the show amazing, spectacular, and gave it an A+! Team Brazil […]
The Honda Celebration of Light kicked off its 25th season last night with China up first in the world’s largest offshore fireworks competition. Vancouver PD estimates 250,000-260,000 people packed Vancouver beaches last night to take in the show that was preceded by an aerial display by stunt pilot “Super” Dave Mathieson. Team China Fireworks Photos […]
Do you love taking photos of your beautiful province for all the world to see? Then you might be interested in participating in a BC Day Instameet. On BC Day — Monday, August 3rd — Destination BC is teaming up with communities from Vancouver Island to the Rockies. You’re encouraged to meet up, take photos, […]