The Easter long weekend is upon us and there is plenty going on in Vancouver for people of all ages. For a full list of events, check out our extensive […]
Last month was a particularly tough one for poor ol’ Vancity.
Between the glass towers of downtown and the hippy haven that is Commercial Drive, lies a quiet neighbourhood ripe with cherry blossoms and brightly colored homes.
Those who fall off a station platform and onto the tracks of an incoming train rarely survive the resulting blunt-force impact and trauma from dismemberment.
As Vancouver continues to increase in population, it puts increasing pressure on the city’s historic neighbourhoods and buildings.
Vancouver artist Jon Shaw spent the better part of 2013 documenting the city he lives in, with paintings.
“I didn’t feel good, I felt attacked in my place of work, I felt as though they were discrediting my business by calling it ‘just a back room of a hair salon.’”
Last week, we told you about Vancouver’s cheapest house that wasn’t a tear down. It was listed for under $600,000, something you don’t see in a city where a regular detached home sells […]