The Olympics are a time for the host nation and city to shine brightly but they are also about bringing the world together. Vancouver will be a temporary home for athletes and visitors from dozens of countries during the 2010 Olympics and there are many who have rented spaces around town to showcase their culture, […]
Archive for January, 2010
Amazon.ca Widgets Last year was a very busy year for me. It was the first full year of our business (sixty4media), I did a lot of traveling, and I also wrote a book with my co-author Eric Butow in California. Yes, I wrote a book which is now available in e-book and paperback format (published […]
This post was contributed exclusively to Miss604.com by Michelle Kent. The culmination of year one for the Peak Performance Project happened last night at the famed Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver. 3 BC bands went head to head to head for a piece of $275 G’s. What a sweet, sweaty, good-rocking culmination it was.
Photo credit: mikekline on Flickr At the beginning of 2010 new rules came into effect under BC’s Motor Vehicle Act. As of January 1st, 2010 drivers caught talking on a hand-held device will be subject to fines — this means no texting or emailing as well. British Columbians have a 31-day grace period before fines […]
Monopoly is coming out with Monopoly Canada and its up to the public to vote where each major city will reside on the famed playing surface. The highly coveted Boardwalk position seems to be the most popular and there are even campaigns across the nation to get hometowns into that prestigious piece of real estate. […]