Big things are happening all around the country for Canada 150 celebrations this year including the world’s largest film festival — ever! National Canadian Film Day 150 (“NCFD 150”) is a massive one-day, coast-to-coast-to-coast celebration of Canadian cinema in honour of our nation’s sesquicentennial. In partnership with REEL CANADA, the Vancouver International Film Festival (“VIFF”) […]
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Vancouver’s own USL team, Whitecaps FC 2, returns to UBC and in Langley for their 2017 season. Their matches are fun excursions for any fan or family, with future stars battling it out on the pitch while fans enjoy a festival atmosphere in the stands. Theme days this year include the popular Bark at the […]
Families and kids of all ages can expect to experience fun and enlightening activities this Spring Break at the Britannia Mine Museum with three weeks of workshops, interpretive talks, science experiments and a geoscience dig day from Monday, March 13, 2017 to Friday, March 31, 2017. Spring Break at Britannia Mine Museum We love the […]
The 28th annual Festival du Bois returns to Mackin Park this weekend. This festival features some of the best music around from Quebec and from other parts of the world, big heated tents, thousands of happy festival-goers, great traditional food, and family-focused entertainment. Festival du Bois Rooted in the French-Canadian community and heritage of the […]
Ballet BC continues its dynamic 31st season at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver. To celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Canada, four unique voices in contemporary dance in Vancouver will honour this special occasion with a BC-inspired evening of works in collaboration with local designers and artists. Solo Echo. Photo Michael Slobodian Ballet BC Program […]