Can it get any more Canadian than this? Ice hockey played on a frozen lake 4,000 feet up in Vancouver’s North Shore Mountains, and it involved a special skating stunt […]
The annual SantaCon pub crawl once again started at the legendary institution, the No. 5 Orange. Ho, ho, ho, Merry Christmas.
Lions Gate bridge.
As it turns out, Santa likes to snag a few fresh ski laps as a warm up before getting on the sleigh for the big present drop.
Mountains and buildings as seen from Cambie and Broadway.
Millennium Gate in Chinatown.
If you venture downtown often enough, you’ve most likely seen this funky car.
Playing ice pond hockey and wearing the jerseys of Canadian NHL teams – how Canadian could these photos possibly be?
Sunset at the Vancouver Convention Centre.
With temperatures reaching a low of -15 degrees Celsius with windchill over the weekend, water surfaces across the region froze over with a thick layer of ice suitable for skating.
Sub-zero temperatures over the last few days have allowed Vancouverites to enjoy their national pastime in the outdoors.
Kits pool can now be referred to as Kits ice pond.
At the ocean.
Purple sky over Vancouver.
Just a Ferrari parked on the cobblestone Gastown sidewalk.
Vancouver or Gotham? Coincidentally, the map of Vancouver was used to represent Gotham City in the first Batman movie.
This might just be one of the most decorated houses in Metro Vancouver, and with approximately 100,000 Christmas lights, you can take in the amazing sights and help a great […]
With December here, the Christmas season, its festive activities and other trends will be reaching its ultimate peak in merely weeks.
The much-anticipated, yet much-controversial, 50 Shades of Grey film adaptation kicked off its production in Vancouver over the weekend.
300,000 people packed downtown Vancouver for the 10th annual Santa Claus Parade. Crowds were jammed into every corner along the 1.8-km parade route to get a glimpse of jolly old […]
The Olympic Village all ready for Christmas.
After postponing his tour, rapper Drake’s, The Would You Like A Tour? finally hit Vancouver and the crowd adored every last second of his show.
Amazed by art.
Earlier this morning, a sailboat crashed into the seawall near the English Bay Inukshuk monument from Expo ’86. No word yet on what caused the crash.
Vancouver is home to many great photographers, both amateur and professional. It’s also home to an active Instagram community, so we decided to compile a list 10 Instagrammers to follow […]
The Jimi Hendrix shrine on Union Street, just of Main. Legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix lived in Vancouver during his early childhood. His grandmother called Vancouver home and lived in what was […]
The lighting feature really highlights the great architecture of The Birks building.
See photos of waves beating the Stanley Park seawall during a windstorm earlier this month. The winds and powerful waves did not prevent some joggers, pedestrians and cyclists from going […]
The moon shines bright over East Van.