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Latin America Week in Vancouver 2014

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Latin America Week is upon us as the city comes to life with festivals, food, music, and much more with sizzling salsa in the summer sunshine. Presented by Latincouver, Latin America Week in Vancouver runs June 28 until July 6, 2014 with an opening party happening out on the water with a Salsa Cruise June […]

Vancouver Photos of the Week

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Welcome to summer! This is the first glimpse at festivals, beach scenes, lingering sunsets, and life in Vancouver as the season officially arrived over the weekend. Enjoy this week’s roundup of photos shared via #Photos604 on Instagram and the Miss604 Flickr Pool: Vancouver Photos of the Week Photo credit: Ted McGrath, on Flickr Photo credit: […]

Squamish Days Logger Sports Festival

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Squamish Days are coming up July 31st through August 4th as the community celebrates 100 Years of Squamish and the 57th annual Squamish Days Logger Sports Festival. The weekend will be packed with fun for the whole family, from participation in a 10km run to sitting back and enjoying a wacky parade and live music, […]

Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards Ceremony and Winners 2014

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The Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards (“The Jessies”) are being handed out in Vancouver tonight in a ceremony and reception at the Commodore Ballroom. Miss604 is once again the proud social media sponsor of this event, honouring the very best in local theatre, and I’ll have live coverage and photos available throughout the night. If you […]

Guided Tours on Salt Spring Island

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Disclosure: Review — This is not a paid post. Views are my own. Our tour was compliments of Western Splendour. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

Salt Spring Island is a lush, bucolic gem that blends forests and mountain lookouts with valley vineyards and the very best of seaside living. Over the years John and I have come to appreciate many aspects of the Salt Spring, from piling wood onto our fireplace at Hastings House in winter, to cycling around the […]