Archive for May, 2011

Keep Vancouver Spectacular

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The City of Vancouver has taken many steps to become green; from bike lanes and rain barrels to composting and recycling initiatives. Throughout the month of May the “Keep Vancouver Spectacular” campaign will bring neighbours together through community litter pick-up campaigns. After the fireworks. Photo credit: Tyler Ingram on Flickr According to the City of […]

BC Travel Tuesday: Week 4 Inn at Laurel Point

Comments 243 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The BC Travel Tuesday series is gaining momentum with over 1,200 entries over the last few weeks through comments and Twitter. I hope that this means locals love to travel locally, and if you’re like me – there’s so much more of BC yet to discover and experience. In case you’re just finding out about […]

Vancouver History: Photographer Don Coltman

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Having previously featured photographer Leonard Frank I wanted to profile the photography of another Vancouverite who helped document our city during a specific era. Scanning the Vancouver Archives, I found a collection from someone I’ve featured many times before in some of my history posts or “Then and Now” photo collections: Don Coltman. 1940 – […]

This is What We Live For: Win a Canucks Team-Signed Stick

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Tonight is Game 3 of the Vancouver Canucks vs Nashville Predators second round Stanley Cup playoff series. Throughout the playoffs the Canucks organization has been running the This is What We Live For campaign, where fans can submit their photos to be a part of the “bigger picture” or in this case, a virtual mosaic. […]

Polling Stations in Vancouver

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If you are looking for Elections Canada information on October 19, 2015, please see the Elections Canada website and enter your postal code to find your polling station. Today is election day in Canada and if you haven’t already cast your vote in advanced polls, you have from 7:00am until 7:00pm (Pacific Time) to do […]