Archive of posts tagged "coffee"

7-Eleven Bring Your Own Mug Day

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To celebrate National Coffee Day on September 29th, 7-ElevenĀ® Canada will host its first ever Bring Your Own Mug Day. Coffee lovers are invited to bring their favourite mug and fill it for FREE at any 7-Eleven Coffee Bar across Canada. 7-Eleven Bring Your Own Mug Day Where: All 7-Eleven stores across Canada When: Friday, […]

Win a Salt Spring Coffee Prize Pack

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Salt Spring Coffee is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month, that’s two full decades of being a local, fair trade, organic, environmentally sustainable coffee company. This organic macro roasting company was co-founded by Mickey McLeod and Robbyn Scott, and for 20 years they have been committed to being fair to farmer and environmentally sustainable. Back […]

10 Vintage Vancouver Coffee Shop Photos

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Vancouver has always been a coffee city. Nabob was founded in Gastown in 1896, coffee shops paired with news stands and bus stops throughout its history, and we had the first Starbucks outside of the USA. We also had the infamous corner of Starbucks and Starbucks at Thurlow and Robson, until recently. With the rise […]

Warm Up to Calgary This Winter

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Stepping off the plane at YYC airport you’ll find that the terminal is full of friendly White Hat volunteers, wearing the signature cowboy hats you may associate with the Calgary Stampede, and the city of Calgary itself. Stetsons, steaks, sprawl, and steeds, that’s what one might purely think of this Albertan metropolis, unless they’ve visited […]

PappaRoti on Robson

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When the PappaRoti signs when up on the corner of Robson and Nicola I’m certain that many in the West End (myself included) opened up a browser to search the term, curious to see what would finally occupy the long-vacant space. As a neighbourhood resident for the better part of the last decade, I was […]