West End lights.
On Saturday afternoon, the Vancouver Aquarium held a special dive stunt at English Bay, delighting beachgoers and onlookers with fun educational activities and conservation programming
Thursday night, the five-time Grammy Award-winner Lionel Richie began his “All The Hits All Night Long Tour” at Rogers Arena and he didn’t dissapoint.
Whistler photographer and hiking enthusiast David McColm has created one of the best B.C. time lapse videos ever – no exaggeration.
Cartems. A stones throw from the Vancity Buzz office.
While Sasquatch Festival may have been cut from an ambitious two weekends to one, the first weekend still delivered with amazing weather, top caliber musicians, and exciting undiscovered talent.
Sitting outside Revolver Coffee.
Big pink bus.
Lana Del Rey performed to a sold out crowd of 5,000 last night at the PNE Amphitheatre in East Vancouver.
The 9 o’clock gun.
Donovan had already booked his 6 week trip to Ecuador, Galapagos and Cuba when he was contacted by someone at Vancouver City Hall enquiring about using his photography skills for […]
Just one of many great grafitti murals in Gastown.
Break on through the North Shore.
On the railway.
The $25 million Sea to Sky Gondola at Squamish, wedged between Stawamus Chief and Shannon Falls, officially opens today in time for the Victoria Day long weekend.
Cirque and Science.
Vancouver has been Michal Bartlomowicz’s summer getaway for a number of years now, and every time he returns he can’t help but be in awe of its incredible scenery and ambiance.
Last summer, Ryan Emond spent six weeks exploring our wonderful city. He came here with the intention of learning some new skills.
Bicycle repair shops will be busy this summer season.
Most Vancouver tourism videos invariably focus much of the attention on the city’s natural beauty, the mountains, ocean, beaches and forests. There is usually very little emphasis on the city’s […]
Science World illuminates the night.
The Central Business District during a sunset.
Whose lane is it anyway? That’s the question being asked by a new Tumblr blog, which features bike lanes being occupied by people, vehicles and objects that should not be there.
People were saddened last year when the City of Vancouver took a pair of boltcutters to the Love Locks that adorned the Burrard Bridge. But now, the trend has reemerged […]