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Hidden at the Westin Grand

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Disclosure: Review — I was not paid to write this post (or any other). Our meal at Hidden Vancouver was compliments of The Westin Grand. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

The Westin Grand on Robson has been keeping a secret, Hidden Tasting Bar & Social Lounge. After coming in off the sidewalk near Robson and Homer, head up the large winding staircase toward the hotel’s lobby and there you’ll find Hidden. Windows stretching to the height of the massive ceilings surround the purple-coloured dining area […]

Santacon Santarchy Vancouver 2011

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They’re all jolly, sporting white beards, dressed in red and white, and have one incredible sweet tooth. You better watch out Vancouver, Santacon is coming to town. Photo credit: (Left) dennis (Right) Lin Hsin Yao on Flickr Santacon/Santarchy began in San Francisco 17 years ago when several dozen “Santas” went out on the town. Since […]

Getting Festive in Port Moody

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You probably don’t need me to tell you that the holiday season is here. And while everyone in Metro Vancouver enjoys Bright Nights in Stanley Park or the Festival of Lights at VanDusen Gardens, out here in the Northeast Sector we have some fabulous Christmas events of our own to mark the season. So if […]

Grouse Mountain Winter Giveaway

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Grouse Mountain is The Peak of Christmas this season with a handful of activities for families, even if you’re not a skier. Enjoy sleigh rides, outdoor ice skating, carollers, music, and visit with Santa himself until December 24, 2011. Photo credit: GrahamKing on Flickr Other special events include Breakfast with Santa from December 14th until […]

Shop Sapperton Christmas Event

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The historic Sapperton neighbourhood of New Westminster has undergone some dramatic changes over the last few years. From the addition of the Millenium Line SkyTrain, the successful Sapperton Days Festival, to the demolition of the Labbatt Brewery. Some businesses along East Columbia Street have closed their doors and many have opened, including Sapperton’s first Starbucks […]