Archive for the category "blogs"

Blogger Profile: Michael Kwan

Comments 4 by Rebecca Bollwitt

This week I am reviving my Blogger Profile series that began back in 2006. Whenever I am asked “How do you find good blogs to read?” I suggest that if you have one favourite blog already, check and see if they have a link list, blog roll, or “suggested reads” section. You’ll find the blogs […]

Canucks Across Canada: The Ultimate Fan Road Trip

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

There’s nothing like a summer road trip in Canada and for those who have the time, getting across the country is a goal many would like to accomplish. Over the Rockies, through the prairies, around the Great Lakes, and reaching for the Atlantic coast. One family made the journey last year and they even had […]

Richmond 365: Public Voting Open Now

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Tourism Richmond‘s search for a “Food Blogger for a Year” continues as they have sifted through 1,500 applications and pusblihed their Top 12 candidates. Photo credit: hawaii & mhaithaca & Chi (in Oz)on Flickr The next step is a public vote, the winner of which will have an automatic spot in the Top 3 (the […]

Happy Birthday Red Robinson

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

There are a handful of living legends in Vancouver and Red Robinson is certainly one of them. A radio and television pioneer, he was the first Vancouver disc jockey to play that “rock and roll” music and was the emcee for Elvis’ Vancouver tour stop at Empire Stadium in 1957. Photos © Red Robinson Since […]

Urban Surrey Civic Surrey

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The latest census results were released this morning and they showed that in Metro Vancouver, the largest population growth was found in Surrey and Port Moody. From the Surrey Leader: “Surrey’s population grew 18.6 per cent to 468,251, an increase of more than 73,000 since the previous count in 2006. The City of Vancouver gained […]

Changing Vancouver Then and Now

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Thanks to Bob from Vancouver is Awesome, I discovered a new blog to add to my link list. It’s Changing Vancouver and it features “then and now” images of our city. As Bob kindly noted in his post, I’ve had my own Vancouver History: Then and Now series, I’ve helped the North Vancouver Museum promote […]