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 […]
Cue the aww’s… this photo of a pug on a paddle board wearing a life vest is going viral on social media.
Blue and yellow rain boots.
Walking the dog.
The clouds parted Tuesday afternoon just in time for Mobify (grey team) and HootSuite (blue team) to grab their brooms and head over to Jonathan Rogers Park for a friendly match of […]
The take off.
If you need a reminder of just how beautiful our province is, watch this video.
Light at the end of the tunnel.
The view from Quarry Rock.
April was a great month in the city.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum, the crown prince of Dubai, is currently visiting British Columbia
Books, records, housewares.
Surrey City Hall had its grand opening during the weekend, showcasing the legacy of Mayor Dianne Watts’ and her ambition to turn Whalley into downtown Surrey
The giant TED public art sculpture hangs near the Vancouver Convention Centre.
Amazing Vancouver sunset.
Coal Harbour sunset.
The view from Jack Poole Plaza at Burrard Landing.
Through the wire.