Tourism Vancouver’s blog, Inside Vancouver is currently hosting a video contest called Inside Your Vancouver. To enter, they want you to shoot and upload a 1-2 minute video profiling your favourite places, things or activities in the city. Prizes include tickets to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games closing ceremonies, men’s hockey, and freestyle skiing. So […]
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Once the season is over and the rides stop rotating, Playland comes alive once more (barely) for Halloween with Fright Nights. In darkness you can roam the amusement park, hop on darkened rides, and evade the creepy creatures of the night that will interact with you. This year they also have a new haunted house […]
After seven years in Vancouver the nation-wide program, Movies for Mommies, is on the move and its new home will be the Rio on Broadway (near Commercial Drive). Movies for Mommies is an afternoon out with babies in tow that allow mothers to socialize and also catch the latest Hollywood blockbusters in a comfortable environment. […]
For the eight installment of my Then and Now Vancouver photography series I thought I would change things up a bit. I’m going to be using images from the City of Vancouver Archives but instead of modern day images for the “now” portion of the post, I will be using Google Street Views. Hornby @ […]
Tomorrow is the launch of Vancouver’s “Innovation Camp” which will be a week of workshops and idea-sparking discussions. Photo credit: MartinPhotoSport on Flickr At Vancouver Innovation Camp, youâ€™ll discover how answers to these questions are related to learning entrepreneurship and innovation skills… …Participants learn by doing â€“ practicing techniques to generate new ideas and expanding […]