Archive for March, 2015

City of Vancouver Heritage Awards People’s Choice

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The nomination process for the 2015 City of Vancouver Heritage Awards has closed but new this year is a People’s Choice Award category, which is accepting nominations until Friday, April 10, 2015. Vancouver Block. Photo credit: Zorro1968 on Flickr The public is invited to submit nominations for heritage restoration, rehabilitation and conservation for sites located […]

Boulevard Happy Hour Giveaway

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“These are the best chicken wings I’ve ever had!” is not something I expected to exclaim during a romantic, candlelit anniversary dinner in the city’s best new fine dining restaurant, Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar. Photo courtesy of Boulevard John and I recently enjoyed an epic dining experience at Boulevard, and I use the word […]

604 Corners: 12 Beautiful Photos of Steveston

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If you ask any local to create a list for an out-of-towner that includes tourist attractions and favourite hidden gems you’ll always see Grouse Mountain, Granville Island, and Stanley Park on the list but more often than not, you’ll also find a recommendation for Steveston. This historic fishing village is located along the South Arm […]

Things to do in Vancouver This Weekend

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Photo credit: TOTORORO.RORO on Flickr Things to do in Vancouver This Weekend Events that run for longer than three days in a row are highlighted in green below. Friday, March 27, 2015 Sponsored by Miss604: Friday Late Night Movie at the Rio Theatre Sponsored by Miss604: Salt Spring in the City Battle of the Badges […]

Easter Egg Hunts in Vancouver, Surrey, Langley, North Shore

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Easter arrives in early April this year as it brings spring showers, blooming flowers, and the ability to finally wear all that white you put away at Labour Day. Over the next two weekends there are several family-friendly events happening around the Lower Mainland with the main attractions being good old fashioned Easter egg hunts. […]