Tucked between the Vancouver Aquarium and Lumberman’s Arch the Canadian Japanese War Memorial in Stanley park stands beneath the blossoming sakura as a quiet reminder. Here are some Flickr photos of this reminder. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr The memorial is in […]
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Ioco is much more than a road that runs through Port Moody, its origins are rooted deep within the history of our entire region. From the City of Port Moody – Site clearing for the Imperial Oil refinery at Ioco began in 1913, followed by installation of the crude oil processing equipment in 1914. The […]
Photo credit: Duane on Flickr At one point in time it was the tallest and most majestic structure in the city. Now the Hotel Vancouver (err… Fairmont Hotel Vancouver) is a classic symbol of our young history. Along with tales of statesmen and royalty walking its halls comes the story of the Lady in Red, […]
Known often as a tourist destination and choice spot to take out of town guests, Granville Island is a true gem to locals and visitors alike. A while back John and I took a day trip over to GI – and by that I mean we walked down to the water taxi and spent the […]
That’s right folks, the world’s most popular (and fantastic) photo sharing website is a Vancouver-grown creation. Hosting more than 2 billion images as of last year, Flickr was the brainchild of Caterina and Stewart of Vancouver in 2004. It was then gobbled up by Yahoo! in early 2007. However, the pair are so beloved by […]
The following is a guest post by John Bollwitt Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr I’m hardly an expert on the subject of Electric Trolleybuses in Vancouver but do take my fair share of them in my commute to and from work, not to mention the post I made about not owning a car on […]