Although Vancouver is young compared to most other North American cities, it has a heritage all of its own. From First Nations culture, to the Great Fire, and the 2010 Olympics, people have recorded, photographed, and preserved this legacy. One of the most important institutions for doing such work is the City of Vancouver Archives. […]
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Day of the Dead or DÃa de los Muertos is a popular holiday in Mexico that is often celebrated in the United States and Canada — and Vancouver is no exception. This event, usually taking place November 2nd, brings together family members and friends to honor the memories of their loved ones who have passed. […]
Dine Out is one of the most highly-anticipated events in Vancouver as it gives locals and visitors alike the chance to sample menus from their favourite restaurants or those they have always wanted to try. Its popularity is also due to the prix-fixe menus available at participating locations including 3-course meals for $18, $28, or […]
The British Columbia chapter of Safe Harbour: Respect for All is hosting a special breakfast on Tuesday November 2nd. I was recently invited and will be unable to attend however I thought the information would be worth sharing. You may have seen the Safe Harbour stickers on storefronts or the windows of businesses around town […]
Throughout the year Liberty Wine Merchants hosts fundraising events featuring delectable sips and nibbles in exceptional settings. Next week is their final event of the year: Fall into Market on Granville Island. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Where The Net Loft on Granville Island When Thursday, November 4th from 7:30pm until 9:30pm Tickets Available […]