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Vancouver Photos of the Week

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I appreciate the beautiful diversity of Vancouver every day of the week but even more so when John and I are away in Iowa, where drifting snow is closing highways and my Cascadian body doesn’t know how to deal with -16C temperatures. I’ve enjoyed browsing the Miss604 Flickr Pool of Vancouver photos even more this […]

#findyourfit Spotlight on BC Careers: Healthcare

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Disclosure: Sponsored Post — Disclosure: This is a sponsored post as a part of a 10-week series with WorkBC #FindYourFit Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

Throughout January, February, and March 2014 I have partnered with WorkBC, the primary source of labour market information and employment resources, training information, programs and services in the province. Through their online resources, and my new featured series, we hope to connect British Columbians everywhere with the opportunity to take advantage of a growing economy. […]

Win Tickets to Bruce McCulloch in Vancouver

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Comedian, writer, director and legendary Kid in the Hall Bruce McCulloch combines stand-up, live music and assorted autobiographical insights in his new solo Young Drunk Punk at the Firehall Arts Centre, from January 28th until February 1st, 2014. Showcasing his signature wit, the show chronicles McCulloch’s journey from his wild early days as a ‘young […]

Pink Shirt Day Ladies Luncheon

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Join the CKNW Orphans’ Fund to celebrate Pink Shirt Day with a kick-off Pink Shirt Day Ladies Luncheon on Friday, February 21st from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm at the Award Winning Blue Water Cafe in Yaletown. Presented by Coast Capital Savings, Pink Shirt Day in BC is Wednesday, February 26th, 2014. On that day […]

Archive Photos of the Day: Vaudeville

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Vaudeville in Vancouver was huge given the age of the city and the era in which the theatrical genre thrived. From about the 1880s until the 1930s (when Vancouver was just growing up as a city) Vaudeville theatres around town — like the Pantages and the Orpheum — attracted popular traveling acts and kept locals […]