How to Get Ready for a First Date in Vancouver: Guest post by Megan Edwards and Janet Reynolds “The Und8ables” and authors of “Girl it’s Not You (it’s definitely him)” a new book about the dating landscape in Vancouver
Heard But Not Seen: The Colourful Songbirds of Stanley Park are the focus of this month’s guest post by the Stanley Park Ecology Society.
Book your trip to Tofino for the Carving on the Edge Festival in Tofino, happening September 6-9, 2018 on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Find tips on where to eat, where to stay, how to play, and info about this unique festival with the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation.
Stephen Hui’s Top 5 rainy day hikes near Vancouver, which are all picks from his new guidebook, 105 Hikes in and around Southwestern British Columbia, published by Greystone Books.
Mason Bees in Stanley Park: Learn about Stanley Park Ecology Society’s bee program at the Nature House on Lost Lagoon. In a sunny patch beside the lake, look for bee habitat complete with native flowering plants and bee “condos” this summer.
Contributor Jen Murtagh provides a recap of the Osoyoos Oyster Festival and previews a hot summer lineup of events and festivals in Osoyoos so you can start your trip planning now!