Archive for August, 2015

Win a Salsa Cruise for Two

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For nearly a decade, Vancouverites and our international guests have been experiencing a taste of Latin America just off the coast of Vancouver with SalsaCruises.com, with Vancouver’s largest privately-owned cruising vessel, the MV Britannia. Now you have the chance to experience this unique night out on the water for the first time, or once again, […]

Easter Seals Drop Zone 2015

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It’s a Vancouver bucket list item that you might not have even considered before. Sign up for The Drop Zone for Easter Seals and you can rappel down a 20-storey office tower in downtown Vancouver — all for a great cause! That time I did The Drop Zone. Photo by Keira-Anne on Flickr Easter Seals […]

Squamish Valley Music Festival Friday Photos

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Virgin Mobile Presents Squamish Valley Music Festival weekend, bringing some of the world’s biggest artists up the Sea to Sky. Along with celebrating a lot of local BC talent, over 70 artists join the three headliners Mumford & Sons, Drake, Sam Smith for a wide selection of music from all genres. The first full day […]

Metropolis LIGHTROOM

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Metropolis at Metrotown is celebrating the International Year of Light with an exciting digital and visual experiential event. Inspired by artist Yayoi Kusama’s mirrored infinity room and the Social Soul experience at the 2014 TED Conference, the LIGHTROOM is a unique and artistic installation comprised of a 60 second walk-through experience tied to social media. […]

Things to do in Vancouver This Weekend

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Things to do in Vancouver This Weekend Friday, August 7, 2015; Saturday, August 8, 2015; Sunday, August 9, 2015. Activities and events in and around Metro Vancouver.

Vancouver Photos of the Week

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It’s been an incredibly busy summer and this past week was probably the busiest. Half a million spectators on downtown beaches to watch the Honda Celebration of Light fireworks, another half a million to watch the Vancouver Pride Parade, tens of thousands of cruise ship visitors, and many locals living and loving their city. Temperatures […]