The Stanley Park Ecology Society promotes and educates visitors and locals alike when it comes to the natural elements that make the park what it is. Within the borders of the paved roads and past the parking spaces there is a delicate ecosystem that the SPES can help you explore. Here are just a few […]
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The Seawall is not only an icon of our city, stretching its arms around Stanley Park and the downtown core, but it’s a regular hang-out for locals and visitors alike. Starting today, there will be a detour at Sunset Beach while they do some reconstruction on some older portions of the retainer. Making sure that […]
Theatre Under the Stars returns to the Malkin Bowl in Stanley Park for another season which starts next week. This year’s performances are Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Singin’ in the Rain which will alternate each night from July 13th & 14th until August 21st. Theatre Under the Stars has been a mainstay […]
We were fortunate enough to have Cole and Jakob from Nordica Photography approach us to do a couples photoshoot. After months of trying to connect we finally met up in the West End where John and I posed and smooched for what seemed to be our engagement photos (just 5 years later).
In a recent public appearance Ian Campbell, the Chief of the Squamish First Nation, suggested that Stanley Park return to its original name, Xwayxway (pronounced “kwhy-kway”). This has caused quite a stir locally with the thought of the international impact among other concerns. A Squamish elder raised the idea at the opening Wednesday of Klahowya […]