Archive for May, 2014

Fraser Valley Flood of 1948

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Fraser Valley Flood of 1948 – Local History and Photography. On this day (May 28) in 1948, the Fraser Valley Flood took its grip on the community, causing an estimated $20 million in damages (equal to over $210 million in 2010)

Strike Out Heart Disease Celebrity Softball Game

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The Vancouver Canadians have invited local media personalities (myself included) to step up to the plate at Nat Bailey Stadium on June 11th for the annual Strike Out Heart Disease Celebrity Softball Game. We’ll play in a six-inning ball game at this historic stadium in support of the St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation. I’d like to […]

Travel Nevada: Red Rock Canyon and The Valley of Fire

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One of the things I love about Las Vegas is the wide variety of things to do there, aside from the casino floor (which can also definitely be fun). This series will share my recent trip with Travel Nevada, covering some of the fun activities that you can do in Nevada, all within a few […]

Surrey Doors Open 2014

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Be a tourist in your own town and discover what Surrey has to offer during Surrey Doors Open! From City Centre to Bear Creek, Newton to Cloverdale, sites and attractions will be open to the public with free admission for the day. Surrey Doors Open In one day you can visit the Bear Creek Park […]

#WhatsTheLink: TransLink Helps Make 107,000 Bike Trips Happen Each Day in Metro Vancouver

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#WhatsTheLink is a series about all that TransLink, Metro Vancouver’s transportation authority, is responsible for in the region. Join the conversation on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. These guest posts are written by Robert Willis. #WhatsTheLink: TransLink Helps Make 107,000 Bike Trips HappenEach Day in Metro Vancouver Bike to Work Week is time to celebrate and […]