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Terry Fox Run in Stanley Park

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The Terry Fox Run is coming up this weekend in communities across Canada, and around the globe, as the Marathon of Hope inspires many to continue to support cancer research. Close to home, there will be a Terry Fox Run in Stanley Park at Ceperley Meadow on Sunday, September 15, 2013. ““Even if I don’t […]

June Events in Metro Vancouver 2013

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Summer will begin on June 21st and the month is already full of events, performances, and festivals that will get you out and about around town. The following events have been submitted by readers over the last few weeks and as usual, this list will be updated several times each week so be sure to […]

Neighbourhood Toy Store Day 2012

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Promoting local businesses for the second year, Neighbourhood Toy Store Day will be celebrated across Canada this Saturday, November 10th. Over 50 independent toy stores from Charlottetown to Courtenay will open their doors for demos, games, crafts, giveaways and more along with a full day of shopping. The following stores are in the Vancouver area […]

Getting Festive in Port Moody

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You probably don’t need me to tell you that the holiday season is here. And while everyone in Metro Vancouver enjoys Bright Nights in Stanley Park or the Festival of Lights at VanDusen Gardens, out here in the Northeast Sector we have some fabulous Christmas events of our own to mark the season. So if […]

Terry Fox Run Locations 2011

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It was on this day in 1980 that Terry Fox was forced to end his Marathon of Hope as he succumbed to the cancer that eventually took his life. After 143 days and 5,373kms, his journey ended just outside Thunder Bay… and that’s when the rest of Canada picked up the run where he left […]

Canada Day 2011 Burnaby, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Richmond, Tri-Cities, West Vancouver

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Everyone is welcome at Vancouver’s Canada Day on the waterfront at Canada Place however if you’re looking for something local, there are a few other locations where you can celebrate Canada’s 144th birthday. Burnaby Head to the Burnaby Village Museum for carousel rides, Vaudeville performances, dancers, artists, and more. Fort Langley All of Fort Langley […]