Explore Vancouver

Articles for What’s New

One Less Beluga at the Vancouver Aquarium

One Less Beluga at the Vancouver Aquarium April 19, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Credit: Navin75 (Flickr) Over the weekend, the Vancouver Aquarium’s number of belugas went down by one. You may remember the sudden loss of Nala, a one year old calf, who died last year and Tuvaq who died from infection at the age of two, but this story doesn’t end in tragedy. Imaq (Nala’s...

Earth Hour in Vancouver 2011

Earth Hour in Vancouver 2011 March 25, 2011 | Events, What's New | Read More
Credit: AlmazUK (Flickr) Now into its fifth year, it’s a positive sign that Earth Hour is attracting more and more participants from countries around the world each year. On March 26, 2011 from 8:30pm-9:30pm local time, people are encouraged to be mindful of the amount of electricity we use and...

Hollywood North

Hollywood North February 25, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
In recent months there have been a number of A-list celebrities in Vancouver, and they haven’t been shy about walking around Vancouver and making the most of our great city. Mission Impossible 4 has been filming over the last little while, which has brought Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes to the city...

Vancouver Winter 2010 Olympic Anniversary Party

Vancouver Winter 2010 Olympic Anniversary Party February 11, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Dig out those red mittens, put on your Canuck t-shirt and let’s paint the town red this Saturday. This time last year, Vancouver was rich in visitors, high in spirit and fireworks and the Olympic Cauldron lit up the city. After the month long party was over, many Vancouverites had the post-Olympic...

100 Dogs killed by a Whistler Dogsledding company

100 Dogs killed by a Whistler Dogsledding company February 9, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Man's Best Friend The Olympics brought much attention to British Columbia, along with many visitors, extra business and plenty of fun memories for those who attended. As we come close to the one year anniversary, there’s a bit of a dark cloud that’s hovering over Whistler after it came...

Meat & Bread

Meat & Bread January 8, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
My mum always said that if you’re going to do a job, do it well and I wouldn’t be surprised if the men from Meat & Bread heard the same thing from theirs. Ever since they opened up a few months ago, the lines have been more than steady, which is always a good indication of something great....

Christmas in Vancouver

Christmas in Vancouver December 24, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Sometimes a picture can speak a thousand words… Christmas at the Vancouver Art Gallery St. Paul's Hospital Christmas display is large and in charge! Snow fallen foliage Santa Clause Parade 2009

Vancouver Christmas Market

Vancouver Christmas Market November 30, 2010 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Vancouver experienced its first heavy downfall of snow this past week and if there’s one thing that gets us in the mood for the holidays, it’s snow. While our neighbors to the South celebrated American Thanksgiving this past weekend, we were getting geared up for ski season and all of...

Foraging for fungus

Foraging for fungus October 26, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Mushroom foraging is one of my most favorite fall activities; the air is fresh and crisp, the ground is perfectly damp and it’s quiet enough to hear a branch snap from (what feels like) miles away. Though we can’t tell you where to go or where the ‘special spots’ are, we can tell...

Vancouver is voted “Best City in the Americas” by Condé Nast Traveler’s readers

Vancouver is voted “Best City in the Americas” by Condé Nast Traveler’s readers October 13, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Is it the mountains that people love? Credit: Ice Babe (Commons Wikimedia) Or, is it the fact that Vancouver is nestled right on the Pacific Ocean? The fresh fish that we catch on a daily basis and fill our bellies with are also a major awesome factor. Credit: mybulldog (Flickr) But, it could be the...
x
Next Post:

Read More »