As Vancouver continues to increase in population, it puts increasing pressure on the city’s historic neighbourhoods and buildings.
The Hollywood theatre closed in June 2011 after 75 years of showing double bills of first run movies such as Casablanca and Gone with the Wind.
Modern Vancouver on the traditional lands of the Coast Salish celebrates its 128th birthday today. Vancouver was incorporated into a city on April 6, 1886.
Vancouver has seen an era of revitalization and renovations. One of the victims of a modernizing city are the classic architecture and aging buildings. The decades have seen the death […]
The Dorothies, two mirror image heritage homes in Vancouver, are ready for their journey to their new home just up the street. The move is scheduled for Monday, March 17 […]
Many structures have graced the Pacific National Exhibition’s 114-year history, but one structure stands out among all of them: a 165-foot (50-metres) high ski jump attraction at Empire Stadium.
Vancouver sure has changed over the past 40 years. After sitting in storage for several decades, photographer POP SNAP uncovered the slides they had put away and started basic lo-res scanning […]
Despite its historic significance and size, the Denman Arena that once stood on the edges of Stanley Park at Coal Harbour is very much Vancouver’s ‘forgotten arena.’