The woods are dark at night, and with the wind howling and bats fluttering overhead, you’ll want to hold loved ones close — especially once Dracula, the Phantom of the Opera, and Frankenstein make an appearance. This year’s Stanley Park Ghost Train will haunt and delight with its Classic Horror theme from October 9th to […]
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Leaves are falling, gumboots are being dusted off, and stores are stocking their shelves with anything that’s pumpkin spiced. Harvest season is here and the best place to be is on the farm! Corn mazes, apple cider, hay rides, and real, live pumpkins. If you’re looking to take the kids out to a local farm […]
Despite receiving a season’s worth of rain within a week, summer’s not over yet in Vancouver. It’s still warm enough to enjoy the region in all its glory, even though leaves have fallen much earlier than usual — mostly thanks to the wicked windstorm we had last weekend. Local photographers have still been out and […]
The cherry blossoms are painting the streets pink, crocuses are decorating the corners of lawns, and those irresistible Mini Eggs are overflowing on the impulse-buy shelves at a store near you. Easter is on its way and the Stanley Park miniature railway will be opening for a limited time to celebrate spring. Photo credit: Robert […]
St Paul’s Hospital will shine bright again this season as Lights of Hope illuminates Burrard Street starting November 27th. With 10 kilometers of string lights and more than 100,000 bulbs, this display is to dazzle and also inspire passersby to donate to St Paul’s in recognition of their support for our community. Photo credit: qasic […]
Up in the crisp North Shore mountain air, with the aroma of evergreens and a rushing river below, the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park will light up with thousands upon thousands of twinkling lights for the 9th year of Canyon Lights. Featuring the world’s tallest living Christmas tree, a 250 year old Douglas-fir standing at 46.4m […]