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We Heart Local Awards 2014: Nominations Open

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We Heart Local is the best way to find local food, making it easy for consumers who are looking for local options, and the program is currently hosting its second annual We Heart Local Awards. We Heart Local Awards 2014 Anyone living in BC can nominate and vote for their favourite grower, producer, or business […]

Oktoberfest in Vancouver: Harvest Haus

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Vancouver has a new way to celebrate Oktoberfest as the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza, which usually hosts the German-style Christmas Market each winter, will be the venue for Harvest Haus from October 2nd to October 5th. Photo courtesy of Harvest Haus This new autumn festival, presented by The Social Concierge and Wet Ape Productions, will […]

Grumpy Cat Christmas Movie Filming at Coquitlam Centre

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If you have noticed a winter wonderland at Coquitlam Centre lately it’s because the internet’s favourite surly feline is there to film a Christmas movie, Grumpy Cat’s Worth Christmas Ever. Grumpy Cat (real name, Tardar Sauce) rose to internet fame after a series of photos of her signature frown and furrowed brow were posted on […]

I Love Transit Week 2014

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I Love Transit Week is August 25th to 29th. Robert Willis of The Buzzer Blog has contributed the following post to promote this year’s campaign. You can find out more by following Translink on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and The Buzzer Blog. Welcome to I Love Transit Week! It’s the one week we take out of […]

Vancouver Then and Now Projects: Langara and Scout

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Vancouver is an ever-changing city, with new construction cranes popping every day, scaffolding being dismantled, new pits being excavated, and demolitions scheduled. Our city’s skyline, downtown streets and landscape seems to change dramatically every few years, which is why I believe we’re all pretty obsessed with “Then and Now” images. There are many resources for […]