Archive for the category "vancouver"

Translink Introduces i-Move.ca

Comments 8 by Rebecca Bollwitt

With transportation and traffic congestion being a hot topic with Metro Vancouver commuters, Translink is preparing to launch a new site this November that aims to be an “all-in-one” source for getting around the region. The website integrates bus, train and ferry schedules along with delays at YVR and the status at the Canada US […]

Masking Credit Card Numbers

Comments 12 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Vancouver businesses are failing to protect my private purchasing information, and they’re probably doing the same with yours too. How often have you eaten at a restaurant in town, paid by credit card and noticed on the receipt you’re about to leave on the table that your entire credit card number is displayed? If you […]

Bruins Connection

Comments 9 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I’m not talking about the Chilliwack Bruins (sorry Duane). Every hockey fan can have their alternate team they cheer for can’t they? I mean the best part about my duo is that they’re in different conferences. However don’t think for a second that if my two teams meet up in the Stanley Cup finals that […]

Vancouver Giants Report: I Don't Know Jack

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Photo credit: Richard Eriksson on Flickr I’ve been attending more Vancouver Giants games lately. More as in I used to go maybe once a season and now I’ve already been to two and will be going again on Monday. I love my Vancouver Canucks, I am a born and raised Canucks fan (in case the […]

Cloud 9 at the Empire Landmark

Comments 9 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Empire Landmark is the tallest building in downtown Vancouver’s West End and its view are beyond compare. 42 storeys up, Cloud 9 restaurant serves up delicious dinners while revolving 360 degrees, offering up sights this Vancouverite has never seen before. First impressions threw me back to that lunch I once had at Toronto’s CN […]